I was inspired by the cascading silver circles in this Pinterest image:
After repeating this process for all eight corners (Do four corners, let dry, then flip over and repeat process for four remaining corners), I added more stenciling onto the middle pockets of the page protector.
To get a multi-tonal effect, I placed the two pearlescent colors in different spots on the stencil, and then spread glitter paste over the whole thing.
The less you work the colors with the spreader, the more color variation the final look will have.
Gorgeous! Note: the glitter paste will dry clear, giving a more icy, sparkly look. If you want this opaque white look to stay, you can get this effect by swapping the glitter paste for modeling paste, or sugar pearlescents.
After everything was dry, I added my finishing touches. If you are adding glitter, sequins, or confetti to your pockets, make sure to seal them shut with a sewing machine or double-sided tape. Here is the final result:
I love the peek-a-boo feature of this page, and the circle of dots around each photo edge creates a fun shaping to the layout. See-through elements are great for winter/snow/ice themes, like this page about us spreading bird seed around our yard on Winter Solstice.
BoBunny Supplies Used:
Stickers: Altitude Combo Sticker
Chipboard: Altitude Chipboard, Layered Chipboard
Misc Me Binder: 12×12″ Black
Pearlescents: Brilliant Blue, Island Mist, Sugar
Glitter Paste: Silver
Stickable Stencils: Brocade