Thursday, May 25, 2017

Collage Papers using Citrasolv and Stencils with Lizzy Wurmann Creative Team


There are many tutorials on the web about National Geographic magazines and Citrasolv where I learned this technique but,  I've never seen how it works with stencils so I had to try. I hope you get inspired to do it, you can get beautiful and unexpected results.


Citrasolv is a cleaner and degreaser, which will remove the ink creating wonderful backgrounds that you can use for your collages.
 

For this technique I used various stencils by Jessica Sporn.
Follow along as I try out this technique in my video.

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We'd love to see what you create with this technique!  Be sure to share it with us on Pinterest and tag us using #JessicaSpornDesigns #CreativeTeam

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Lizzy Wurmann is a mixed media and scrapbook artist living in Santiago, Chile.  She uses a colorful and vibrant palette to create whimsical, unique, and often altered art.   Her quirky and abstract style has been featured in Somerset Studios, Somerset Memories and Somerset Digital Studios.  Lizzy is a veteran of many design teams, including Scraps of Darkness, Doris Castle, and Lindy’s Stamp Gang.  Find Lizzy on her blog, FacebookInstagram and very active YouTube Channel.




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