As a metal art instructor and mixed media explorer, my planning for a workshop or tutorial is often kick-started by an awesome product, stamp or stencil, and I am constantly inspired by the wide variety of creative stencils from StencilGirl Products! See how beautifully these stencils translate onto metal….
Enjoy Elitia's video below of her process...an online class in itself!
Supplies for Pewter Elephant Parade:
StencilGirl Stencils – Elephant Parade by Natalie Kalbach and Pilgrimageto India by Laurie Mika
Tools: from Ten Seconds Studio http://www.tensecondsstudio.com/
and MercArt http://www.mercartusa.com/icat/icat.htm
Tooling Surfaces: Paper pad, smooth clipboard and thin foam sheet and cutting mat
Cardstock or cereal box
SookWang double-sided adhesive tape-2 sheets of 20 cm x 25 cm
Pewter Sheet 36 guage or Aluminum 40 guage Sheet 20 cm and 25 cm
Artist Wood Panel 20 cm x 25 cm
Pewter Blackener Solution (Jax Pewter Black)
Gloves, Cotton Wool, Alcohol swabs
Nevr Dull wadding Polish
Glossy, transparent spray lacquer.
Ranger Vintaj Patina (various colors) www.rangerink.com
What a gorgeous project !!! I love that elephant that you used ❤️❤️❤️ReplyDelete
Elitia, You create such beautiful art and thank you for the awesome tutorial!ReplyDelete
Great video! And the project is SO gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Oh this is gorgeous!!!!ReplyDelete
I believe you have just introduced me to a new hobby. I love this. It really is my cup of tea.ReplyDelete
I love this project! You are the best instructor, Elitia!!!!ReplyDelete