First, let me say that I’m not usually photographing women’s legs/thighs. But this was just so incredible that I needed to share! This is our sales rep, Kelly Grace. She lives in Canada and has so much energy and creativity that it oozes out of her. Here are her black pants that had a minor stain on them. So sad. So what did she do? She grabbed her TCW382 Garden Gate 12×12 stencil and went to work. She used her Lumière Graphite paint with a little black mixed in. Slowly and carefully dabbing onto the stencil, onto the pants. I think she said she used some wax paper inside the pant so that it didn’t bleed through. Then she used Viva paint pen for the final “texture” beads on top. Awesome!!
If you think this bag looks cool in this photo, you should see it in person!! Gisele Cabral is so incredibly talented. And she plans on teaching this at Scrapbook Centrale soon. (She was inspired by Dina Wakley’s gorgeous stencils including TCW355 Casey& Penelope!!)
Shirley Rufener did a quick how-to stencil on the am North West morning show. She made the above black T-shirt as well as a Frida Kahlo one (below) using our friend “Edith” TCW231 from the Edith and Maude stencil.
Shirley also showed how to make matching earrings and pendants using shrink plastic:
Below is the video, and here is the link to her page showing step-by-step instructions (very, very detailed with lots of photos of product and techniques.