These palette colors are so pretty, The Color Room always "brings it" with their color palette's. Stop by and meet the challenge with us. This one inspired me to use The Crafter's Workshop Damask Stencil. Here a tip on how I used it:
1. Place stencil on paper and apply a light molding paste sporadically over the pattern to make your background look more interesting. Let dry thoroughly;
2. Apply a light mist of water over the molding paste area and quickly apply a color mist over the water misted area. Let dry thoroughly. You apply the water to prevent hard lines created by the colored mist;
3. Apply another layer of the color mist over the molding paste area. Let dry. You are building depth with various layers of the color mist so it's important that you let each application dry thoroughly. If you don't, you run the risk of creating a muddy mess if you're using more than one colored mist;
4. Apply another layer of the color mist over various patterns of the molding paste, let dry; and
5. Finally, apply a stamp using permanent/archival ink over the molding paste.
If you find, you have sprayed some hard edges, simply spritz water over the area, hold the paper up so the water runs and guide the water to other areas of your paper, or soak it up with a sponge or tissue. The hard edge will disappear.
Hope it works for you too.