FolkArt ® Painting Stencils - Small - Single Rose
These intricate, laser-cut designs are perfect for backgrounds, borders, focal points and so much more! Durable and reusable, these stencils even come with project ideas, how-tos and a supply list.
FolkArt ® Painted Finish Kit - Moss
Add an earthy element to your craft pieces using FolkArt’s Carded Moss Painted Finishes Kit. FolkArt Painted Finishes are a great way to elevate your decor projects. Transform the look of your projects using these creative finish options. Add rustic, but contemporary, flair to your indoor or outdoor decor pieces with these easy to use, non-toxic paint finishes. Since they can be used on a variety of surfaces, including wood, metal, terra cotta, or plastic, the finish options are almost endless.
FolkArt ® Painted Finishes - Brush Set, 3 pc.
Get the most out of your FolkArt Painted Finishes projects with this three-piece brush set. Ideal for thick or textured paint, these flag-tipped brushes have natural bristles designed for maximum hold and smooth application. Whether you’re creating a concrete look on a terra cotta pot or adding decorative moss to a lawn ornament, these brushes give you high quality results. Excellent for a wide variety of home decor and painted finishes projects, these 1 inch brushes are reusable and clean up easily with soap and water.
Mod Podge ® Matte, 8 oz.
Mod Podge ® is quick-drying for multiple coat build up and dries clear. Can be sanded to a smooth finish. Cleans up easily while wet with soap and water. Certified AP non-toxic; waterbase. Mod Podge ® is an all in one decoupage glue, sealer and finish.
8” x 8” Stretched canvas
12” x 12” Shadow box frame
6” x 6” Brown felt square
Brush basin or container for water
White craft glue
Craft knife or sharp scissors
¾" Flat brush
Apply a light coat of Mod Podge Matte to felt square. Let dry completely.
Using a pencil, trace the shapes of the Single Rose Stencil onto the matte side of a section of freezer paper.
Center the Single Rose stencil on the 8" x 8" stretched canvas and repeat by lightly tracing the stencil sections.
Position freezer paper shiny side down onto the non-Mod Podged side of the felt square. Iron freezer paper to felt square, then cut each stencil section out using either sharp scissors or a craft knife. Remove freezer paper.
Pour a small amount of Light Moss onto a foam plate and paint each cutout section with Light Moss using a Shortie Brush on the non-Mod Podged side of the felt. Allow to dry.
Using white craft glue, attach each painted moss section onto the canvas following the previously penciled outline.
Add Dark Moss to the foam plate, load a Shortie brush then apply the Dark Moss paint to each cutout rose section creating the illusion of real moss.
Paint Dark Moss on the outer frame as well as interior sides of the shadow box, dabbing a generous amount creating a thick mossy effect. Let dry.
Apply Light Moss over the Dark Moss creating highlights. Fade the color in areas. Let dry.
To complete the project, glue canvas to the shadow box.
When cutting the combined felt and freezer paper sections using a craft knife, it might be helpful to cut up and down against a piece of thick craft foam.
Using Mod Podge to prep the felt square will allow you to cut evenly each stencil section without the felt shredding or fraying.
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