Monday, 23 October 2017

Wooden Icons and PaperArtsy Stamps

Hello, Kirsten here, I have managed to blog three Mondays in a row - makes a change!! It's October 23 and the clocks go back at the weekend, so I thought I'd show you two projects I made for the PaperArtsy workshop Lisa held on September 9. They're bright and colourful, a nice antidote to the long dark evenings ahead.

I've no step by step photos, but they were both made the same way and I kept them quite simple. I'll put details of the PaperArtsy stencils and stamps, etc., below each photo.

I painted the wooden icons - these are great! Lightweight and completely smooth, with Christmas on the horizon they'd make perfect gifts - with Deco Art Americana acrylic paints and added some stencilling before stamping the images on top. I stamped the images again on to white card, then painted them with Distress inks, used as watercolours. I cut the pieces out and glued them to the icons and that was it.

Deco Art Americana Acrylic paint; Baby Pink and Carousel Pink
PaperArtsy stencil; PS001
PaperArtsy stamps; Zinski Art 09, Zinis 12, Zinski Art 07, JOFY50 (sentiment)

Deco Art Americana Acrylic paint; Baby Blue, Desert Turquoise, Titanium (Snow) White
PaperArtsy stencils; PS001, PS009, PS044
PaperArtsy stamps; Zinski Art 06, Zinis 09, JOFY54 (sentiment)

Baby Pink AA   Carousel Pink AABaby Blue AADesert Turquoise AASnow (Titanium) White AA
PA Stencil PS001 (ELB)    PA Stencil PS009 (JOFY)    PA Stencil PS044 (ELB)     Zinski Art 06Zinski Art 09     Zinis 12    Zinis 09    

JOFY50    JOFY54 - NEW!!!    Icon Plate

That's all from me for now. Friday is class day in Fant Hall, Maidstone, ME16 8NN. We'll be making two Christmas cards with a snowman theme and there a couple of places left. Contact Lisa by Thursday lunchtime if you'd like attend.

The next Grove Green workshop is on November 12, click for details and booking information. Places are already limited, so don't delay if you'd like to join us.

Have a great week.


1 comment:

  1. Both the icons look great, making wonderful use of those fun stamps.
    Alison x


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