Let your wings DIY Develop-votive-holders
This DIY-votive-holders began to find it to save with a cheap craft! I used paint, Mod smorgasbord and paper to give it a completely new life.
Voila, my first project with my Good results goodies! I wanted to start simple, so here’s a votive holder, which I renovated with Melody Ross’s Homespun Chic collection by GCD Studios.
This small votive holder has been sitting around for a while waiting for an idea, and as I tune’ saw;s Homespun Chic line, everything quickly fell into place.
I think the word is a happy coincidence – Oh, I get my vocabulary points for the day.Here’s the “before” shot, said the votive-holder:
Yes, it was $14.99, and always kept down characterized. I got it for less than $4.97. Poor little thing.
Here are the supplies you’ll in addition to its surface:
Mod hodgepodge gloss
Melody Ross Homespun Chic papers, accents, Brads, borders – whatever floats your boat
FolkArt acrylic – Lime Yellow (or other coordinating color)
Design Master Spray Paint – Robin’s Egg (or other coordinating color)
scissors or craft knife and Mat
Before you start, I removed the little birdie on the front and sprayed with Design Master spray paint until covered.
I couldn’t take a photo of that, because if I spray paint and to photograph the bad things that happen to be trying at the same time. Okay, let’s start with the cutting of paper.
color of your surface. I used FolkArt, lime-Yellow, and only painted the edges, given that the centers were covered with paper.
PS – you can see the scar on my hand? I burned myself so brownies. This is the reason why I’m a decoupager and not a Baker.
Spread a medium layer of Mod smorgasbord on your surface, and apply the papers. Smooth!! You do it for a few minutes with your hands or a brayer, until all air bubbles are removed.
Wipe off any excess Mod hodgepodge that comes out the edges with your brush. Let it dry for 15 – 20 minutes.
a layer of Mod hodgepodge over the entire surface of your project. Let it dry and coat again. I have about three layers. Let dry.
I wanted to Pep up the area a little, so I have this sparkly border in the middle with Mod conglomeration, and then the edges cut off. You can’t tell from the picture, but it’s pretty sparkly. Allow the border to dry.
you are in the home stretch! All you need to do is add embellishments to the front of the surface, and you can have my finished project proposals.
what to do with craft glue, and then I set aside set the surface to dry. Let it dry for at least 24 hours prior to use.
What do you think about the color palette of my DIY-votive-holder? How would you change that or customize it? Let me know in the commentsknow!br>