Hello! It's Jennifer here today to share another one of the fabulous Shiplap Shapes! If you haven't had a chance to create a project with one of these yet, you must! Not only do they come in two sizes but there are a variety of designs to choose from! Today, I'm sharing the Large Cutting Board Shiplap Shape as well as techniques I used to create my project!
I began by adding a generous coat of chalk paint in a nice "greige" color. After my paint was dry, I did go back with my sanding tool to distress the sides to add some texture.
Using the 4x6 Hello Fall Stencil, I secured it to the bottom right hand corner of my Cutting Board. I had just enough of some of my metallic paste left for my project to use and applied with a spatula. I allowed ample time for the paste to dry with my stencil still in place.
I then turned my Cutting Board around to work on my next stencil. This time using painters tape, I used the 5x9 Leaves Mixer Stencil along the top slat of the board. In a circular motion and with ample pressure, I applied my Metallic Gilding Polish (the color is Gold Treasure).
Once the polish was dry, I adhered my patterned paper as shown using my Beacon Adhesive. I trimmed any excess with scissors as well used my sanding tool.
I decorated three of the Mason Jar Chipboard Embellishment Shapes as shown and adhered them with my Beacon 3-in-1 Adhesive.
Last, I added ribbon and some fall foliage to accent using my hot glue gun!
Thank you for stopping by the blog today! You can find all of the Shiplap Shapes by clicking HERE! Have a great day!
Additional products used: patterned paper, stickers: Carta Bella; paint: FolkArt; adhesive: Tombow, Beacon, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L; bakers twine: Whisker Graphics; Metallic Gilding Polish: Creative Expressions; ribbon: Recollections; metallic paste: Heidi Swapp; Distress Oxide Ink: Ranger; mini flowers: Prima; sewing machine: Janome; misc: hot glue gun, floral pieces, painters tape