Steampunk layout with Moon Shadow Mists, from Asia

Hello everybody, it’s Asia here with Dance to Your Own Music page. I hope you are all doing well and that you fancy some steampunk layout with Moon Shadow Mists! I love so much these sprays, so versatile and perfect for steampunk and vintage layouts. There is also a funny trick on using embossing powders without ink, which I wanted to share with you.

Once again let’s start with a step-by-step process:

  • prepare your page with either white gesso or absorbent ground (the latter gives your color more vibrancy!)
  • add some collage elements to build up layers on your page
  • place stencils or masks on your page and then spray over them with Lindy’s sprays (I used Moon Shadow Mists: Violaceus VioletBuccaneer Bay Blue
  • after removing the stencil and while the sprays are still wet, add more or less randomly embossing powder over the surface (the wetness on the page will help the particles of the embossing powder to get attached to the page and if you use the slow setting of your heat. gun to dry it, you can be sure they will not fly away!) On my page, I used Carefree Verdigris
  • to color one of my paper elements, I used  Flat Fabio- Tweedle Dee Denim
  • add some stamping and some splatter to the page, some black accents if you wish, pieces of washi tape and at the end the sentiments which suit all layouts
  • to add even more interest to the page, you can add some splatter (Magical Shaker- Frozen Jack Frost)

This is the end effect:

Here is the link to my process video:

Lindy’s Gang products used:

Other products:

Golden- Absorbent Ground, Pebeo- mat gel, Tim Holtz stencil- Clockwork, Kesi’Art stencil- Cogs, Stampers Anonimous stamp- Glitch, Stazon- black ink, L’Encre et L’Image stamp, Visible Image stamp- How Fragile, Color Box archival ink refill, Lemon Creation- Super Messy Words, Tim Holtz- Washi tape

Thank you for stopping by! Happy creating!


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