Grit Paste – with Laurie Baker

Hey y’all! Laurie here with Tim Holtz Distress® Grit-Paste!

I did a few different tags to show how this  dimensional medium works with stains and sprays.

First of all, you always have to have a Route 44 Sonic drink to get started!

Second, grab your pallet knife and put a blob of the Grit-Paste on you craft mat.

 

Scrape the knife through the Grit-Paste, so its on the bottom of the knife,

then scrape in in one direction on the stencil. Just an FYI, if you scrape in different 

directions your could end up with some not so pretty blobs under the stencil.

 

 Look at that cool texture! You could also brush it on to a canvas,

making all kinds of interesting marks or peaks with it. Let it air dry or dry with a heat tool,

but not to close, it could bubble up on you. It does not take very long to air dry.

 

 Here is a tag with a layer of Grit-Paste, then sprayed with Tim Holtz

Distress Spray Stain in Mermaid Lagoon. Ohhhh how I love this color!

Again, you can let it air dry or dry with a heat tool.

 Here is another, with a layer of Grit-Paste, then sprayed with

Dylusions Ink Spray in Squeezed Orange. You can dry it with a

kitchen roll (as Dyan says), air dry or dry with a heat tool.

Be sure and come into the store to see more examples of

what you can use with the NEW Tim Holtz Distress® Grit-Paste!

Hope to see you soon! Laurie