Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Rocking the Gold with Mary Beth's River Rocks Stencil


Hi all you lovely stencil lovers!
My name is Kristie Taylor and I have a fun project to show you!
I just love color, and something I love even more is texture so when I got the idea for this project, I knew exactly which Stencilgirl stencil I was going to use: River Rocks

Here is the finished project:


Now let me show you how easy it is:

First use a palate knife to spread some modeling paste through the "river rock" stencil.



Then dry that with a heat tool.



Next, repeat that with the large StencilClub from Mary Beth Shaw's Private Collection 16.1



Dry that with the heat tool, I honestly don't know what I would do without my heat tool..... I have ZERO patience to wait for things to dry.

Now for the flower medallion I used a piece I found at a thrift store and made a mold of it with amazing mold putty, and amazing casting resin.



Now we need to cover the entire piece with a coat of gesso, this will give our paints something to stick to.


Now it's time to add some color;
I added color in layers, with gold being first, once that was dry, I added pink then purple. I used a combination of heavy bodied paints, fluid acrylics and then added some homemade shimmer inks. While all of that was still wet, i sprinkled on some 90% alcohol. This creates a cool effect when combined with the wet paints/inks. now the hard part, i had to set it aside to dry, because of you rush it with a heat gun, then the alcohol techniques doesnt work as well.



Then I used a foam brush to gently add some gold to the raised stenciled designs and the flower.



That's all there is to it!!











Just two stencils and a few paints and we have a colorful, textured wall hanging!

Now, what are you waiting for, go out there and stencil all the things!!!!








14 comments:

  1. Oh how I love bling! -- and this artwork shows all the reasons! Dazzling, both literally and artistically!

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  2. Delicious canvas - yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmy.

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  3. I definitely want to try this technique, Kristi! Gold and pink together ROCKS! ;)

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  4. Fabulous, I love this technique and art. Definitely a keeper. That molded piece is wonderful too.

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  5. Gorgeous colors & textures. Definitely want to go stencil all the things! Also want to try molding.

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  6. Simply gorgeous! This is just amazing and the gold is just the finishing touch. You make it look so easy and now I want to go create. Can you tell me what you used for the gold..I've been wanting to use it but there are so many to pick from. Thanks.

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  7. What a liush and totally lovely piece. I'm inspired!

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  8. Yvonne/yrd1@hotmail.comMay 26, 2016 at 11:02 PM

    Very cool technique!

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  9. she says.......and that's all there is to it!! lol, easy for you to say GF. This is really amazing, colors, textures.....wow!!

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