Thank you all for your visits and comments on my last blog, I really do appreciate them. Hope everyone is safe and warm during this cold spell, roll on the Spring is all I can say lol!
Tonight I thought I would share an MDF wall hanging I made for Sue and Harvey of Imagination Craft's, way back in October 2014 and uses my favourite combination of colours. Seems like a long time ago now lol !
This MDF set consists of a square back board, a square front frame plus the cut out square. I only used the back and front of this set for this hanging.
Paint the backing board and the front frame with a base coat of white chalk MDF paint. Next paint with a coat of the pretty Sage Chalki paint. Leave this to dry.
Paint a square on the inside of the backing board in the same colours, so this will show through the square aperture when the front frame is in position. Using the edge of a piece of card or a ruler, rub it along the seedless preserves Distress Ink pad and make lines across the painted square.
Lay the daisy delights stencil over the painted square on the back board and spread the silver Sparkle Medium over the square only, using the metal spatula. Remove stencil and leave the image to dry.
Using the front frame, lay the cleaned stencil onto it and rub some Victorian velvet Distress Ink over the left side only of the frame. Lift off the stencil and lay it back on the frame, moving the stencil a little to one side, then rub some seedless preserves Distress ink through it.
Again, lay the stencil back on the frame and using the Claret Sparkle Medium, spread it over the right hand- side of the stencil only, using the metal spatula.
Add a ribbon down the left-hand side of the frame and glue a twine loop to the inside top of the backing board. Glue the backing board to the frame using Magi-bond glue.
Glue a ribbon bow to the top left and some diamond mesh just below the bow. Using the seedless preserves D.I. and some cut 'n' dry foam, add the ink around the edges of the MDF hanging.
Well that's all from me folks, enjoy the rest of your week. I'll be back soon with another project.
Love and rainbows,
Hugs Jennifer xx.