Wednesday, 18 January 2017

VIDEO: How To Decorate A Wood Block

I'm excited today because I have another new project video to share with you! This week my video share is the last in my current PaperArtsy Make and Take video series and if you love the fabulous Lin Brown stamp range then you are going to love this video!


This week's video shows me decorating a wood block using Lin Brown stamps, Fresco Finish acrylic paint and finishing it off with a bit of transfer foil bling and the Prima Marketing Christine Adolph adhesive rub-ons.

But as well as sharing all the steps, from start to finish, I've also shared some of my favorite design theory hacks and how I like to use them, so sit back and enjoy the video!

[I do use affiliate links and there are some in this blog post.]


VIDEO: Decorate A Wood Block With PaperArtsy Stamps and Paints



Products Used:
Wooden block 20.6 x 9.6 cm, thickness 20 mm, Empress Tree
Prima Marketing Christine Adolph Adhesive Rub-ons Hearts: (UK) That's Crafty; (US) Simon Says Stamp
Stix2 transfer foils - I used copper
PaperArtsy Eclectica³ {Lin Brown} Stamps ELB29: (UK) That's Crafty; (US) Simon Says Stamp
PaperArtsy Eclectica³ {Lin Brown} Stamps ELB30: (UK) That's Crafty; (US) Simon Says Stamp
PaperArtsy Fresco Finish acrylic paints: (UK) That's Crafty; (US) Simon Says Stamp
Vanilla, Teresa Green, Zucchini, Blueberry, Autumn Fire, Chocolate Pudding
Ranger Archival ink - Sienna, Fern Green, Coffee
Palette
Sponge or foam


More Videos!

If you want to catch up with the other three PaperArtsy Make and Take project videos then you can find them by clicking on the photos below:

VIDEO: Rainbow Painted Mini-Notebook  VIDEO: Seth Apter-Inspired Canvas Board PaperArtsy Make and Take VIDEO: Decorated Tape Dispenser Project

So has anything jumped out at you from this video series? Any techniques you want to revisit or try for your next project? I would love to know so do leave me a comment!

And don't worry, this series of videos might have finished but I have more planned so keep your eyes peeled here or over on my YouTube Channel for my next art video adventure share!

Kim







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2 comments:

  1. I really enjoyed the video Kim, your finished wood block is beautiful and thanks for so many useful tips too! Anne xx

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    1. Thanks Redanne, I am so glad you liked it and found the tips useful too!

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