This weekend I pulled out a paper stack from Paper House Productions – Field Study – and scrapbooked a few photos from harvest 2016. I thoroughly enjoy paper stacks. They are easy to store, tons of coordinating papers and with Paper House Productions, they also include a sticker sheet that is also sealed in the binding. I love that!
Here is a very simple layout that I created. Layout designed by Jackie Ludlage featuring Paper House Productions Field Study CollectionA little fun element on my layout is the birch stencil in the background. I laid the stencil down and applied transparent texture paste.  When the texture pasted dried I wasn’t happy with the slight watermark color. So I painted it black.  Definitely, an easier way to get this texture is to simply add the black paint to the texture paste! Save a tedious painting step! Next time (LOL)
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Happy Monday Everyone!

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    Michelle King Reply

    Love how you used the washing tape! Definitely adding color to clear paist when stenciling 😉thanks for taking that lessons for us Jackie😘