Layering Techniques for Paper Crafting, Part One

Good morning everyone!  Marilyn here, with a brand new video from Alchemist Amy.  Today, using elements from the Moshi Moshi Kit, Amy is going to give us her take on the technique of layering and demonstrate for us how to get started (we also get a sneak peek at the final product-LOVE!).  So without further ado or to-do, Amy, show us your stuff……………….

Thank you Amy.  Extremely enlightening and easy to understand!  I loved the part about using a horizon line to give you a starting point and help draw the eye, through the use of layers, to the main focul point (the picture or subject).  This is something I never considered and a definite “must do” my next time in the studio.  It will make layering sooooo much easier!

Folks, hang around because on Wednesday, May 16th, Maggi is going to share with us the second installment of Amy’s layering technique and on Friday, May 18th, Jenn (aka Scraps) is going to share the third and final installment.  Now, I’m off to find my scissors, glue, and paper.  It’s layering time people!

Until later…………………
Smiles~
Marilyn

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6 Responses

  1. wow! I never thought much about the process! So far I’m loving this tutorial, can’t wait to see the rest!

  2. […] Hi everyone! Maggi here to share the second video in a three part series on layering techniques from Alchemist Amy! (Part one is here) […]

  3. […]  case you missed them: part one is here, part two is […]

  4. Brilliant video. Interesting inspiration and I enjoyed watching how you put the layers together. The Moshi Moshi kit is SO COOL!!

  5. […]  case you missed them: part one is here, part two is […]

  6. […] Hi everyone! Maggi here to share the second video in a three part series on layering techniques from Alchemist Amy! (Part one is here) […]

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