Hi, everyone! Margaret Peot here! In my first video for today's post, I use my Tall Flowers stencil to make a Garden Flowers mandala, with all the flowers growing and blooming from the center of the mandala. You will need a piece of paper at least 22 inches square to accommodate a circle that uses the full length of the flowers in the Tall Flowers stencil. I used Rives BFK 22 x 30 white paper. You could also do this technique on fabric with fabric paints, maybe for the middle of a tablecloth.
In the second video, I will show you how to enhance the Garden Flower Mandala with pressure sensitive foil adhesive and metallic foil—adding a little bling to the garden.
You will need:
- Tall Flowers stencil
- foam core
- paint (I used Kuretake watercolor pans, but you could use gouache, watercolors of any sort or acrylic paint)
- paper (at least 22 inches square)
- Ideco foil glue and silver foil
For more about Margaret, please visit her website at www.margaretpeot.com
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