It’s summer time and I love fields of wild flowers.
All those colors, textures and sizes.
The new Summer stencil called Wild Blooms (TCW725) reminds of a field of wild flowers.
The Crafter’s Workshop provided me with stencils and mediums to create this project.
The opinions I share are solely my own because I do love to use them.
While editing my photographs of flowers, I took one and turned it black and white. I didn’t like it in black and white but thought I could try the same thing on canvas.
To create these I took two 6×6 cradled wood panels and added TCW Modeling Paste for texture in the background.
When the modeling paste dried, I added a script stamp with black archival ink. I then put both panels together and spray painted a black circle on them.
I added stamped tissue paper to spots on both canvas.
I added a glaze of black paint and wiped off the access then added the Wild Blooms with TCW modeling paste. To add more texture I added some splatters of white and black paint.
Here are the finished pieces.
Even though I love the colors of wild flowers, I’m loving these in black and white. Do you create any of your projects in black and white?
I hope you enjoyed my tutorial.
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Look for the new stencils in retailers at the end of August!!!
The Crafter’s Workshop Design Team