FolkArt ® Multi-Surface Satin Acrylic Paints - Bark Brown, 2 oz.
This is the only paint you'll ever need! Paint wood, glass, ceramic, metal, terra cotta, rigid plastic, canvas, styrofoam, slate, paper mache and fabric with the same bottle. Our patented, self-sealing formula offers superior coverage for fewer coats and quicker drying times. With a dishwasher-safe glossy finish, this water-based non-toxic formula resists moisture and rust comes in a wide color palette including basics and trend-right shades.
Plaid ® Brush Sets - Foam Brush Set of 4
Handy foam brushes are the perfect size for a variety of craft projects, including varnishing, basecoating and more. For use with waterbased finishes and paints only.
Bucilla ® String Creations™ Stitch Blanks - Square, Border Grid
A simple square shape makes this blank slate a breeze to embellish. With this String Creation Stitch Blank from Bucilla, it’s easy to add a bit of flair to your home decor. This 8” piece is made of laser-cut plywood and has holes sized to accommodate floss and yarn. Perfect for both beginners and advanced stitchery enthusiasts, these String Creation blanks are a part of Bucilla’s enduring legacy of providing the tools to create meaningful, handmade keepsakes.
One skein DMC Pearl Cotton #5 - #798 Blue
One skein DMC Pearl Cotton #5 - #208 Purple
DMC embroidery floss any color
3” Wooden embroidery hoop
Large eye needle
Strong tape (masking or duct)
8” x 10” Piece of purple felt
Small piece of old rag
Clear drying glue or hot glue
Plastic bowl for paint
Put a cup of water in the bowl. Squirt a small amount (around 1 tsp) of Bark Brown into the bowl and mix the paint with the water. Use the foam brush and the watered paint to stain the wood. Allow the mixture to sit on the wood surface for a minute or two. Wipe the surface with the rag. Allow the wood to dry.
Use the inside circle of the embroidery hoop only. Place it in the center of the square. Use the embroidery floss to tie the hoop to each corner making sure to keep the hoop in the center.
Thread the needle with equal lengths of purple and blue Pearl Cotton thread. Starting at one corner come up through the hole from the back making sure to leave about 1" of a tail. Tape tail to the back.
Take the needle over the top of the hoop into the center then under the hoop and back into the same hole you started. Make sure when you pull the threads tight they are untwisted and laying flat. Continue this same pattern until the thread in the needle is short. Tape on the back.
Repeat the above threading until all the holes are full and the hoop is covered.
Glue the felt to the back and trim away any excess.
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