Saturday, August 2, 2014

Camp Iwannascrap 2014 Water Wonders: Fiber Paste

Hello Campers!

This is my final post for Camp Iwannascrap 2014, so I want to take the opportunity to thank you all so, so much for playing along and giving me your feedback over the last two weeks.  I have had so much fun  making these tutorials for camp and joining in with all the other camp activities!

Today it's all about fiber paste!  This is another art medium that can be found with the gels and modeling paste in the fine arts section of many craft stores.  What sets fiber paste apart is the handmade paper appearance it has once dry.  This video shows off one my absolute favorite techniques for using this!

I noticed in the video that it's a little hard to see the yellow color on the star, so here's a close up of the star and butterfly I inked:

Here are some flowers and butterflies I punched out, painted with Twinkling H2Os, and added to a LO:


Once again, thank you to everyone who took the time to watch my videos!  Don't forget, I have two challenges going -- one on Scrappin' Peeps and one listed here on my blog hop post.  The deadlines are at the end of this month, so you have plenty of time to work on your projects.  :)

I hope you'll continue to visit me here at Terrapin Creek Design Studio!  Happy Scrappin'!


  1. Very cool. This is a perfect way to add some texture while keeping things pretty flat, which is what I prefer for LOs. You've really introduced me to some new options that I'd never even heard of. Thanks.

  2. Love this idea..........I never though of using the paste this way! Sorry I am late at getting to view your fun tutorial...............but well worth it!