Wasn't a problem for me to dig out some modeling paste. In fact, I had several things to pick from, none of which I have used much. So, for my page, I decided to use them all... modeling paste, molding paste, fiber paste, and wood icing.
I started out by putting down a layer of white gesso, then yellow and orange color, then stenciling reddish orange over that.
I spread the pastes through a feather stencil, using acrylic paint to color each of the pastes.
For the fiber paste, I found a baggie of some experimental pieces from a couple of years ago. I had tinted the fiber paste with blue acrylic paint, then used a palette knife to spread several pieces out on freezer paper. Once the pieces dried, I peeled them up... and never used them for anything. I had heard you can sew through it, punch holes in it, etc. So I punched holes and sewed a piece to a tag.
To finish off the double page spread, I used Inktense pencil to make boxes around each example, used purple paint around the border, scribbled some words around the edge with a bright Moonlight gelly roll pen, and made notes about the samples.