Creating my own Baked Texture with new Seth Apter stamps from PaperArtsy

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PaperArtsy Baked Texture
Hi an welcome to a new post for the PaperArtsy blog. The topic is “Baked Texture” and instead of using Seth’s Baked Texture embossing powder for it, I created my own (texture, not embossing powders πŸ˜‰ ). I combined the Baked Texture with new Seth Apter stamps that have been released by PaperArtsy just recently.

I rarely create bigger 3D items, but I was kind of on the role with this project and I added quite a bit dimension. My quick video will show you all the details.

Have you used Resin before? I thought that it is a lot of fun and my husband and I already have a few more ideas. I also really like how all the texture turned out. I have to be honest… I had my doubts in the middle of this project. But I just walked away and came back the next day with a few more ideas. I realize that more and more, sometimes you just have to pause and continue later on. Art is never lost.

I hope you enjoyed my little experiment for the PaperArtsy blog and feel inspired to try something new on your own. Thanks for stopping by πŸ™‚

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Creating my own Baked Texture with new Seth Apter stamps from PaperArtsy

Creating my own Baked Texture with new Seth Apter stamps from PaperArtsy

Creating my own Baked Texture with new Seth Apter stamps from PaperArtsy

Creating my own Baked Texture with new Seth Apter stamps from PaperArtsy

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