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Modeling paste & GIVEAWAY @ OWSE

Outlaw Women Scrapbook Emporium special of the week:  Modeling Paste.

Modeling paste adds lots of texture whenever you use it.

I've used it on my layout on the background paper to add dimension and interest.  I added some paint to the modeling paste & it does great!  Not only did I smear it over top of a stencil, but what was left on my palette knife, I rubbed across the corners to clean it off.  Cool huh?


I layered several colors of cardstock under my photos.  Did some stamping here and there. Love how the colors just make me happy!

We are having a GIVEAWAY this week!!  One lucky person can win a surprise package!!
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best part:  for every 5 comments Robyn will add a prize to the package!
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