Friday, 10 November 2017

Stencilled Wreath with matching Baubles..

Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening Creative friends.
It's time for another That's Crafty Challenge over HERE
with this Fortnights Theme *Stencil it..!*
..and there's a prize for one random winner.


This project I made in August with the release of some super 
MDF Christmas Wreaths, Baubles and Stencils from That's Crafty.

Here is my *Stencil it .. creation using those products:

Using the Christmas Bauble Stencil I pushed 3D Modelling gel 
through one of the designs onto five different shaped baubles.

When dry I used a combination of Copper and Silver Multi Surface Metallics to 
produce a Rose Gold Colour and painted it all over the stencilled baubles.


Silver multi surface paint was dry brushed on top to highlight the texture.
Wire wrapped around the head of the bauble eyelets were made to hang them onto chain..  


The MDF Large Wreath was covered by pushing modelling paste through the 
Poinsettia Tree Stencil, allowing each section to dry before applying the next. 

This does take time may I add and I was lucky that the weather was a lot warmer 
when I created this so it dried a lot quicker than normal... (Just be patient)


Painted in the same way as the baubles, I cropped holes into the wreath 
so the Baubles could be attached and hung inside from chain.


Attached through the holes with a handmade finding just like a wire earring hook, this 
allowed the baubles to be moved around or taken off completely and hung onto a tree.


With a coordinating ribbon and pearl embellishment 
my Stencilled Christmas Wreath is complete, 

A great way to display those Stencilled Baubles.


Thank you for sharing your time.

I do hope you can share some more with us and take part in the 
*Stencil it* challenge over HERE there's a chance to win £20 to spend in the 
online That's Crafty Store for the chosen winner but remember to
 read the rules before entering to avoid any disappointment.

We look forward to seeing your talents over THERE and please do 
check out those inspirational Design Team makes made especially for you.

Wishing you wonderfully creative days ahead.

Hugs
Tracey xx

Crafty Supplies:

That's Crafty: Baubles Stencil TC7004
That's Crafty: Multi Surface Metallic Paint COPPER ~ SILVER


18 comments:

  1. Love your bauble wreath! Fab texture and sheen - a gorgeous decoration. xxx

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    1. Thank you Chris i'm so glad you like it. It's such an easy and effective technique but gives great results xx

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  2. This wreath is out of this world Tracey, such amazing textures you created on it all
    Hugs
    Donna xx

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  3. It is stunning, so very lovely Tracey, I love the colors you used , and the baubles are little jewels on strings !!
    Beautiful !!!
    Hugs, Dorthe, xx

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    1. You make them sound extra extra special by calling them little Jewels on strings Dorthe, Thank you very very much xx

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  4. You’ve created a fabulous effect with the stencils and then your choice of colours stunning
    Love
    Amanda x

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  5. A really stunning wreath Tracey. The textures are amazing and the soft colours are so beautiful.
    Fliss xx

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    1. Glad you like it Fliss, Thank you for your sweet comments xx

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  6. Scrumptious shimmering texture on your elements - the burnished copper tones are gorgeous.
    Alison x

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    1. Both colours mixed together created a beautiful new colour. Thank you for your sweet comments Alison xx

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  7. Very spectacular and stunning ornaments.xx[aNNie]ğŸŽ„

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  8. Oh what a fabulous way to display those gorgeous baubles! The shimmer is wonderful and I love all the texture you created on them! Just beautiful! Anne xx

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    1. Thank you so much Anne, I really do appreciate your comments. Very happy to see you like my make :) x

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  9. Beautiful project - love it!! xx

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Thank you for sharing your time, your comments and views are as welcome as you are xx