Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Brush Strokes with finger painting - Burnt Effect

Hello everyone!
Ashwini Vinayraj here,
Today i am sharing one of my favourite decoupage work of creating a simple and pretty nameboard.
Plaid has an amazing range of products and its so easy to use. The flowy paints which create beautiful and different effects.

Here i have used a raw mdf big piece of wood.
Firstly, i have sanded all the surface and the sides to make it smooth and even. By doing so, it creates a smooth surface.
Now at this point i have painted sheep skin chalk paint on all th sides and surface. let dry completely.

This time i chose Craftreat decoupage paper POPPIES. These papers have an excellent look and are so easy to use. the stick on so well leaving no air bubbles.
Uing a flat brush i have stroked IMPERIAL chalk paint on the surface.
The outcome was pretty good.

Using mod podge i have stuck this elegant POPPIES decoupage paper on the bottom of the plank.
sanded off the extras.
Now its time to paint the die cut alphabets, i have used brown with ferry red acrylic paint. give it one or two coats depending on the colour richiness you want. i have used two coats of paint.

 I have arranged the alphabets in order and pasted them using glue.

A small yellow butterfly at the corner gave a new look.

At this point, take some paint, i have used brown, yellow, red and orange multisurface paints. With the help of your fingers press the colours on the corners of the plank to get the destress look.
Now you can see the burnt effect on the sides.
I have stamped a cute PRINCESS with a CROWN and a STAR to make the person feel special.

Few more random pics,

Thank you friends for stopping by,
Happy crafting and creating
Ashwini Vinayraj

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