Tattered angels Mixed Media Origins papers are so versalite that easily match with any project and style. They work as ready to paint full 12×；12 sheets and create amazing paintings or to cut parts of them and incorporate them or use them as embellisments in other projects. The cloth like paper is strong enough to be altered with paints， mists， pastes and still hold without being teared apart. The Tattered angels Mixed Media Origins papers come in double printed 12×；12 sheets in various desings.Our Crew memberpersonalized father's day gifts， Kyriakos Pachadiroglou， cut the butterflies from the Wings paper and colored them with the Tattered Angels mists in vivid colors， poping up from the background and ready to fly away.
“；Using the butterflies from the Tattered Angels Mixed Media Origins papers， I based this layout on the contrast of the colorful butterflies and the white background. Scrap paper cuttings and heavy texture paste are mixed with black mist to give texure on the background and cover the wire themed paper. Craft wire in large circles and words on metallic plates include words of the theme.”； –； says Kyriakos.decorative pillow cases
Step 1 –； Cut the butterflies from the Tattered angels Mixed Media Origins paper and color them with TA paints. Using a sharp craft knife will give a clear cutting.
Step 2 –； Position the paper cuttings and glue them on the 12×；12 paper.
Step 3 –； Using the texture paste， just mess the background a bit with large strokes and sprinkle some paint matching the butterflies to be placed. Add the wire， the butteflies and the metallic plates.
While white dominates the background， it still has its own details and works so well presenting the colorful butterflies from the Tattered angels Mixed Media Origins papers. Make sure to check all the paper collection to inspire your next layout.
Find more of Kyriakos’；s work in his blog and Instagram.
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