Polka Dot Texture Paste Tutorial

by Sarah Moore of Maya Road

Hi Roadies, Sarah Moore here today. I am sure you are all overwhelmed by all the yummy new release items we have been seeing! AMAZING new stuff to play with.


Today I am sharing a layout with you all! That’s a big change for me. AND I have been busy playing with different textures as well!


Items needed to complete this Page are as follows:

1. Papers by MME

2. Hexagons Chipboard Set

3. 1/4 inch Camellia Pink Double stitched Velvet Ribbon

4. Vintage Wood Mini Butterflies

5. Ruffle Blossoms cream

6. Velvet Point Blossom Pink

7. Trinket Pins Vintage Round Pearl and Pink Heart

8. Velvet Resin Blossom Cream

9. Deborah Mini Chipboard Alphabet

10. Maya Mist Metallic Bubblegum

11. Kraft Shipping Tag   (to cover hexagon)

12. Canvas Heart Album Page   (to cover hexagon)

13. Other flower vine (try cherry blossoms)

14. Plain white rose to spray with mist

15. White texture paste

16. Template Stencil


The first step once the paper base was assembled is to mix up some of the mist. I added some to a plastic container as per picture below:




Now add a small amount of the texture paint to the plastic container and mix up:




I then used a stencil to add it to the layout.



I used this in 2 places on the layout, set aside and allow to dry.


Cover assorted pieces of the hexagons in patterned paper, canvas and Kraft, then add to your layout


Use the mist to spray your title and add to layout, then coat with Crackle Accent. Also use the mist to spray your white flower then attach to the layout.


Mount a 6 x 4 inch photo to cream card stock then attach to page, I added some plain pink card stock as well, slightly under the photo.

Add the flower vine and then add Maya Road Blossoms and resin Flower. Also attach your vintage butterfly to a hexagon shape. I added mine to one I covered with Kraft.


Add the ribbon to layout as per picture



You will also notice that I have sprayed some mist directly onto the layout, for some extra texture.


I love that not all the circles are perfect!



To finish my layout off I placed it in a 12 x 12 frame! I hope you all love this technique as much as me!