Step 1: Raid your stash and pull out your favorite 6 – 8 background papers, gelli prints and/or shaving cream prints, printed ephemera sheets or decorative papers.
Step 2: Mix the ICE Resin by using the markings on the mixing cups, fill the cup with Part A resin to the ½ oz line. Add an equal amount of Part B hardener on top of the resin and fill to the 1 oz line. Working on a Studio Sheet, use a household sponge to apply a thin coat of resin over the back of the papers. Then flip over and coat the front. Let the papers cure overnight.
Step 3: Spray Media Boards on the canvas side with water and then Distress Spray Stains. Dry with Craft Heat it Tool. Spray again to intensify the colors. Dry with the Heat Tool.
Step 4: Using Manganese Blue Archival Ink, stamp the Honeycomb image randomly over the covers. Add some texture by putting Translucent Gloss Texture Paste through Flourish stencil with a Palette Knife. Let dry. Apply Jet Black Archival Ink directly to the sides of the board to create a black border.
Step 5: Cut two pieces of 3” x 3” resin paper and use Matte Medium to glue a sheet of resin paper to the back of each Media Board to create the covers.
Step 6: Tear six pieces of resin paper to approximately 3” x 3” each. Line up torn pages and tape them together on the front and back with Tim Holtz Tissue Tape. Note the placement of the covers – this will help when you go to fold it.
Step 7: Pull together assorted flowers, hearts, birds, buttons and found objects.
Step 8: Decorate pages using die cuts, resin coated ephemera, buttons and brads by gluing with Matte Medium. Here are close ups of all of the pages.