Hi Everyone! I can’t believe it’s September. I love summer and wishing for the warming weather to last for a while. Today I’m going to show you how I used TCW721s Big Wreath and turned it into a climbing vine.
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.
First I painted the substrate with TCW Black Gesso and crackle paste. When it dried added the Big Wreath with TCW Light & Fluffy Modeling Paste in different areas to make it look like it was a climbing vine. I waited for the modeling paste to dry a bit and then I added the roses.
Once it was completely dry I painted the vines and roses and added a quote.
I even added the vines and roses to the sides.
To finish it I added with a sponge TCW Gel Medium to each side and added Seth Apter’s Baker Texture Vintage Bees Wax by Emerald Creek Craft Supplies. Since I used Gel Medium instead of embossing ink it heated up bubbly and uneven. I was going to add more but I really like the uneven look.
Here is the finished piece.
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2 thoughts on “Wreath to Climbing Vine with Karenliz”
Beautiful! Love the Vintage Bees Wax finale. Thank you for sharing your techniques.
Thank you so much Diane!