Martha Stewart Crafts ® 2oz Multi-Surface Satin Acrylic Craft Paint - Raspberry Ice
High-performance, patented, premium acrylic paint is specially formulated for use on all surfaces. Its highly pigmented color provides superior coverage-perfect for all craft and hobby painting techniques, including brush painting and detailing, sponging, stenciling, stamping, and printing. UV- and weather-resistant for indoor and outdoor use. Self-priming for use on porous and non-porous surfaces. Dishwasher-safe on glass. Non-toxic; waterbased; USA-made. 60 Satin paints provide a soft, subtle, sheen.
Martha Stewart Crafts ® Stencil Tape
Low-tack tape is safe for fabrics and other surfaces. Use to hold stencils securely in place or to mask off areas while stenciling. Contains one roll, 3/4in x 25yds.
Martha Stewart Crafts ® Typewriter Adhesive Stencils
Adhesive stencils are ideal for adding painted designs to any project, especially on curved or slick surfaces. Repositionable, reusable. Contains 2 multi-design 5-3/4in x 7-3/4in stencils and instructions. 78 total designs.
Martha Stewart Crafts ® Stencil Brush Set - 3pc
These brushes are ideal for stenciling on any surface including fabric. Ergonomically designed, easy-grip handles. Contains 3 natural bristle brushes: 1 each 1/2in, 3/8in, 5/8in.
Martha Stewart Crafts ® Decoupage Fabric Cut-outs - Modern Floral
Use Martha Stewart Crafts® Decoupage Fabric Cut-outs, paired with a Martha Stewart Crafts® Decoupage finish,to create floral embellishments for decorative and functional decoupage projects on fabric, wood, glass, and other surfaces. Ideal for use on fabric and content is 100% polyester. Package Contains: 44 pieces.
Martha Stewart Crafts ® Decoupage Brush Set
The Martha Stewart Crafts® Decoupage Brushes come in a variety of sizes to work with projects of any scale. Ergonomically designed with soft-grip handles allow for easy and comfortable handling. Use with Martha Stewart Crafts® Decoupage Finishes. Package contains one 3/4in round brush, one 3/4in flat brush, and one 1-1/2in utility brush, 3 total.
Fabric Pencil Case
- Using Martha Stewart Crafts Stenciling Tape, mask off your pencil case 1” from the top.
- Using a stencil brush, pounce Martha Stewart Crafts Paint in Raspberry Ice all over bottom of the pencil case. When dry, repeat on reverse side until completely covered.
- After your basecoat of paint is completely dry, using a decoupage brush take your Oilcloth decoupage finish and apply a layer of decoupage directly to your pencil case in the desired area while simultaneously applying a layer of decoupage to your fabric die-cut pieces.
- Wait 1-2 minutes and take your fabric die-cut pieces and place them on the pencil case to adhere.
- Wait 1-2 hours before applying another 2-3 layers of Oilcloth Decoupage finish over your fabric pieces to secure, making sure to wait 1-2 hours in between coats. Be sure to leave a minimum ¼ “ halo around the edges of your pieces for maximum adhesion.
- For an oilcloth finish, apply another 1-2 layers of Oilcloth Decoupage over your entire project, waiting 1-2 hrs between each coat.
Tip: Use a Martha Stewart Crafts Squeegee to apply for an extra smooth finish. You can also take a finest grit sand paper and gently sand your project between layers.
- When completely dry, use your Crafts knife to score and release your tape.
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