Monday, January 27, 2014

Fun with Modeling Paste!

Just wanted to share the project that was on the DT blog Friday.  
Can't wait for the Teresa Collins Essentials line to hit the stores! 
You are going to love!!!


Hey there...Yvonne back to share a project using Teresa's new Modeling Paste in her Essential line. 
Can I just say...woo hoo! 
This whole new line made me actually happy dance...my family thought I had lost my mind, lol.
The possibilities are endless! The stencils are amazing.  The Paste...smooth and easy to use. 
There are two 12 x 12 stencils and three 8 1/2 x 11 packs that contain three each. 
The fun to be had...oh yeah!


As you can see I bought one of the really inexpensive frames from the craft store. 
I used the Damask 12 x 12 Stencil (don't you just want to squeal?)
Applied the Modeling Paste, peeled the stencil away carefully.
Next, while I was waiting for the paste to dry I took the stencil and carefully cleaned it under the kitchen sink. 
 Nest I painted the frame with the dried paste white. 
I then painted it Black. After that dried I took a sanding block and sanded it. 
I then applied some Gilder's Paste (Patina) to highlight the raised area. 
This set it all off. Oh, how I wish you could see it in person! 



Supplies Used:
Essentials Line-Damask Stencils, Modeling Paste.
Photo Overlays
Other-White paint, Black paint and Patina Gilder's Paste. 

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