Fall Large Milk Can Shiplap Shape
November 22, 2022
Hello crafters! It's Jennifer on the blog today to share a project I created using some of Clear Scraps fun Shiplap Shapes! If you have not had a chance to create with these, you must try them! There are large and small sizes with a variety of shapes! I used the Large Milk Can Shiplap Shape as the base of today's project!
I began by giving the front of my Shiplap shape a light coat of white acrylic paint. I didn't worry about full coverage.
Next, I took a tea light candle and rubbed wax over the surface of the wood. (be sure your paint is dry before doing so) Taking orange chalk paint, I applied in sections and scraped off with a scraper (I forgot to take a photo of this step)
I purchased a 7 inch Embroidery Hoop at a local craft store. Using brown acrylic paint with water and applied to the front and sides of the hoop. I wanted to give it a stained look.
Next using my Beacon 3-in-1 Adhesive, I applied patterned paper to the middle third of my shape. I trimmed the excess with my x-acto knife and a healing mat.
I set aside my Milk Can and painted the Small Cow Head Shiplap Shape with white acrylic paint. I then sanded the edges with sanding paper to give it a distressed look.
I cut a sentiment on my Silhouette using black vinyl and applied it to the front of my Cow Head
Using a hot glue gun, I affixed my floral pieces and ribbon to the embroidery hoop.
Next, I affixed my Cow Head to the left side of the embroidery hoop again with my hot glue gun.
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Additional products used: patterned paper, chipboard heart sticker: Simple Stories; adhesive: Beacon, hot glue gun; paint: DecoArt, FolkArt; ribbon: May Arts, Recollection; vinyl, transfer tape: Cricut; Die Cut Machine: Silhouette; misc: floral pieces, jute, embroidery hoop, tea light candle
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