This week I’d like to share the beginnings of a mixed media piece using Birch Wood paper. I love the look of layer upon layer. I started out simple and perhaps I’ll continue to add to this piece as time goes on. For now I am liking the monochromatic look of the Birch wood and various natural textures.
This piece uses Birch Wood paper as the base. The damask pattern comes from this Gothic layering stencil from Tim Holtz and a bit of texture paste from Ranger. I added a few more random bits of texture with a bit of canvas, washi tape and a wood hello embellishment. The detailed butterflies are cut out from Birch Wood adhesive backed paper and this paper cuts like butter using the Concord & 9th Floral and Flutter die. I am dying over these Birch Wood Butterflies. I am certain to use the little beauties on additional projects. So many cool elements and details to look at but I can’t get over the beauty of wood. In my opinion the wood grain from the Birch Wood paper is the star!
Have a great week and thanks for stopping by.