Stencil FUNdamentals show you fun ways to get started with stencils. Today, I am playing with Wood Icing and Jane LaFazio's Pods stencil. This is a wonderfully intricate stencil and it works fabulously with Wood Icing!
What's Wood Icing?
Here's how Mary Beth describes it...
"The best texture product I have ever used. I use it on paper, canvas, clayboard and wood substrates. It is easy to apply with a palette knife. You can paint it, stain it, glaze it, carve it. You can even paint into it while it's still wet. You can do encaustic on top of it after it has dried. This one texture product fulfills a multitude of needs."
Here's my play session with wood icing.
You can watch it on YouTube at Wood Icing and a Stencil FUNdamental
Here's a video by Mary Beth about wood icing.
You can watch it on YouTube at Wood Icing Demo
Now it's your turn to play!
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I have never heard of wood icing but it looks like an interesting technique and I love the results you have got.ReplyDelete
So glad you made it colorful! xoxReplyDelete
Love Wood Icing and this little ditty.ReplyDelete
This looks so very great. Fantastic resultst.ReplyDelete
cool! and did you do it on cardboard? excellent. I've done something similar, but on panels, check it out here: http://janeville.blogspot.com/2012/08/oh-did-you-know-i-designed-some-stencils.htmlReplyDelete
Your colors are scrumptious Jane! I just used cardboard for mine here. Your stencil has such flowing lines to it- loved playing with it!Delete
I'm so jealous that I can't get wood icing sent up here to Canada! It looks amazingly fun to work with!ReplyDelete
I have wood icing, not sure where I got it but now I finally know what to do with it! Thanks for the ideas.ReplyDelete