fun Halloween project with you!
Autumn is my favorite season. I absolutely adore the colors and this project is no exception. I'm using the Spider Web Stencil (find it at the link below) along with some banner forms I found on Amazon.
I absolutely LOVE how this turned out. I have two fireplaces in my home. One usually gets decorated for Autumn, and one for Halloween. This banner has the perfect pop of color for my space.
Stencil Girl Spider Webs Stencil (https://www.stencilgirlproducts.com/stencil-spider-web-june-pfaff-daley-p/l081.htm)
Gel Press 9 x 12 Gel Plate
Liquitex basic Acrylics in Deep Violet and Brilliant Yellow Green
Liquitex Matte Medium
Wood Banner forms
Die Cut Spiders
Here is the full video tutorial:
I hope you enjoyed the tutorial! Please drop a line below and let me know what you think 👻
You can find me at https://www.janebellanteart.com and on YouTube at www.youtube.com/c/janebellanteart.
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These are adorable and I love this stencil! I can’t believe how vibrant the purple came out! Thank you for sharing!! 💜🕸💜🕸💜ReplyDelete
Thank you for watching!Delete
This is so stinking cute!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much!Delete
Adorable! Love the colors!! You make it look so easy, Jane!!ReplyDelete
It is easy!! Thank you so much :)Delete
I just love this banner! Sooo adorable. I love watching Jane’s tutorials! So fun!ReplyDelete
Thank you Deb!!Delete
This is great but I have a question ... why did you put matte medium as the last layer on the gel p late before taking the print? Thanks...ReplyDelete
You need a wet medium to pull the print, and since my paint was dry, I wanted a transparent medium so I wouldn't add any other colors to the plate hence the vibrant purple and green would stay as is.Delete
I just love the purple! It adds another hue to Fall decor. It's just an adorable decoration!Delete
I love this! The colors are amazing and the prints came out perfect.ReplyDelete
Great tutorial! The spider webs are so cute!ReplyDelete