Wednesday, 4 January 2017

VIDEO: Decorated Tape Dispenser Project

Welcome to my first video project of 2017! It's another from my make and takes that I did for PaperArtsy for the Crafting At Ally Pally show, and this one is sharing how to decorate a wooden tape dispenser with stamping and paint. But don't worry if you don't have a wooden tape dispenser! The techniques I share in this video will also work on boxes, picture frames, well all sorts of three
dimensional items.

A decorated tape dispenser by Kim Dellow using stamps and paints

This three dimensional item is made from untreated wood so I've used the PaperArtsy Fresco Finish acrylic paints directly on the surface. If you are using varnished wood or plastic objects then you may want to treat the surface with some gesso first to provide a surface that the paint can stick to.


VIDEO: Decorated Tape Dispenser



You can see all the steps from start to finish for this project in this video, perfect for if you are thinking about doing a similar project or if you have got your hands on one of these tape dispensers and wasn't sure where to start.

Materials:
PaperArtsy Fresco Finish Acrylic Paints: Snowflake, Vanilla, Coral, Bubble gum, Caribbean Sea, South Pacific - (UK) That's Crafty; (US) Simon Says Stamp
PaperArtsy Eclectica³ {Tracy Scott} Stamps 01
PaperArtsy Eclectica³ {Kim Dellow} Stamps 03 (UK) That's Crafty; (US) Simon Says Stamp
Wooden tape dispenser
Ranger Archival Jet Black ink
Foam sponge (e.g. Ranger Inkssentials)
Brush
Palette

I'm looking forward to sharing some more videos with you so keep your eyes peeled for them. Or better still if you subscribe to my YouTube channel and click the notifications button then you will know as soon as my next video goes live.

Meanwhile here are some more pictures of this project!

close up of Decorated wooden tape dispenser by Kim Dellow

Decorated wooden tape dispenser by Kim Dellow

So have you got any decorating projects like this coming up? Let me know and if you have any questions just ask!

Kim







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