All of you are far too young for that cultural reference. Big Japanese monster. Each of these tumbled glass pieces are larger than 1" -- that's fooping gigantic! I have no idea how anyone else is going to be using this without it dominating everything else in the piece. But here are some of my thoughts...
-Put a piece of deli paper over the top; this makes the glass misty and less in your face; this could also be clear gesso which is usually translucent.
-Ignore the pebble part and go for the visual texture and color; I'm thinking using shredding scissors to make grass for a National Geographic elephant or using a stencil to sponge translucent blues on top with a wave stencil.
-Although, the right rubber stamp or magazine image could be curled up under this huge pile (or avalanche) symbolizing depression or feeling extremely overwhelmed.
-If you want to be literal, this green sea glass will make unusual laminated placemats.
For me, scrapbook paper is rarely an end in itself. Paper is meant to be manipulated and changed. I honestly believe this is part of Ella & Viv's intention with this gigantic patterns.
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