For me, these are must-have Gypsy Soul Laser Cut items
that have to be on hand in my craft room.
I use them on so many projects including
layouts, junk journals, mini-books, tags . . .
they go with almost everything.
Beautifully and intricately cut, I decided to use these with a
Prima frame to finish off a junk journal cover.
Step 1: Paint with Tim Holtz Speckled Egg acrylic paint. I dry brushed the feathers as I knew I wanted them to remain a specific color and let a bit of the chip show through.
Step 2: Add off-white flecks. Is that what they're called? Those little flecks of paint that dot a project. This:
Step 3: Add brown flecks. Repeat the same steps above using a dark brown color. This time I used a dark brown ink pad, stamped ink on my craft mat, added water and used that as my *paint*. I didn't add as many dark brown flecks as I did white.