Hello Roadies, Ronda here to share with you one of my favorite new releases, the antique alterable scallop trim. This trim, like most Maya Road products, is alterable so you can create the embellishment you need to complete your piece. Of course with the trim, I just had to use Maya Mists on my projects. Let's take a look at how I used both of these products.
In this layout titled doorway, I used the trim on chipboard circle foundation piece to create the flower accent. I love the vintage look to it already so i decided to keep it as is. It echo the sentiment of my layout. I used the mist in a couple different ways on this layout.
- I sprayed it direct to chipboard for the title doorway (Earl Grey). The chipboard really soaks up the mist so beautifully.
- I sprinkled it on the background with those fine little drops (Earl Grey).
- I painted it on the door after I had coated the chipboard piece with gesso (Buttermilk Cream).
On this layout titled Colorado Sunsets, i did alter the same trim as above using Mists (Sunflower and Butternut Squash). I used Maya Mists in many different ways on this layout too.
- I painted it on the bottom half of the trim using a paint brush (Sunflower, Butternut Squash, Blueberry.
- I used the mists on the background with some new butterfly masks by spraying it directly on the paper (Butternut Squash).
- I sprinkled a few drops of Agave Blue on the background.
- I sprayed the chipboard directly with the Blueberry Mist.
- I used a combination of Buttermilk cream and glossy accents behind the sheer alphabet to give it some color.
On this "Always" tag I used two layers of the trim on a foundation piece. I painted the ends with Dragon Fruit Pink Maya Mist and let it dry. This flower is bringing together the two techniques from above to create this dramatic flower. I used Maya Mist in a couple different ways on this tag too:
- I added an altered bingo number painted in with Maya mists (espresso & dragon fruit pink)
- I painted the background with the mists over a coat a gesso (sunflower, silver metallic, turquoise metallic, lime metallic, and buttermilk cream)
- I dripped dark cornflower mist on the top of the tag
- I sprayed the "always" chipboard with espresso mist.
I hope you found ways to use both alterable trim & Maya mist, together or separately, on your creations!