Friday, 8 February 2019

Endless love

“Endless Love” Home Decor Panel


Hello Friends
Sonika this side back again on Prika blog with a lovely Friday craft inspiration for you all.
I create a home decor panel on mdf base, as the season of love going on so I think make a panel for the name of friendship because we all know “ jaha dosti waha pyar” endless love .

List of Supplies used:
# Immix Heavy Gesso White
# Immix chalk paints — Azure,smoky black, maya blue
# Itsy Bitsy Stash
# Dress my craft butterflies
# prima redesign moulds
# Sakura air-dry clay
# Expressions craft stencil
# Immix texture paste
# Dadarkar arts glass gliter
# Plain mdf panel
So here is the step by step tutorial of this panel
Step:1. Take the plain mdf panel and coat it with heavy white gesso.



Step:2. Add textures using stencil and texture paste. I used Immix crackle texture paste on the corner of panel

Step:3. After during finishing texture, I coloured the panel with Immix chalk paint with the help of a roller brush which gives the panel more texture effect . I tried to colour it darker to lighter randomly.

Step:4. Then I went ahead to stick some natural sisal on the panel, after then arrange some wooden sticks on it ,adhere some brown and green moss randomly on between sticks and side of sticks.

IP

Step:5. Embellished it with cute butterflies .

Step:6. Then I arranged some mould buds on the panel which I created with the help of sakura vilay and prima redesgien moulds.

Step:7. Now interesting part came for giving it a more wow effect, I used prima waxes here and there and give to more personal touch and last step adhered beautiful sentiment on it that is from tim holtz ideology.
Tadaa!!!! My friendship panel ready
Hope u guys liked this tutorial and try making the same…do share your creations with me..and feel free to connect if case of any queries…
Hope you enjoyed today’s inspiration.
Sonika Agarwal
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2 comments:

Elizabeth Hart said...

So creative and a beautiful project. The textures and butterflies are lovely. Thanks so very much for joining us this time at the Creative Fingers Challenge, Elizabeth (DT)

Sonika Agarwal said...

Thanku so much