This is Ujjwal and today I am sharing the kind of project that makes you think “How did she do that?” but the technique is actually pretty simple. I used the TCW803 Distressed Lace Stencil and a few of TCW mixed media supplies to achieve the effect. I also documented the entire process and if you scroll down, you can see the video tutorial that will take you through the process step-by-step. The supplies used are also listed at the end of this post in case you want to check them out.
DISCLAIMER: THE CRAFTER’S WORKSHOP PROVIDED ME WITH SOME PRODUCT TO CREATE THIS PROJECT. THE OPINIONS I SHARE ARE SOLELY MY OWN.
I started with a coat of TCW9003 Gold Gesso on the raw MDF Chest of Drawers. The gold gesso is really light and has the perfect consistency that makes really easy to apply. It glides on easily and provides a good coverage, a little goes a long way.
Next, I used the TCW9040 White Pearl Modeling Paste and TCW803 Distressed Lace Stencil to stencil the design on the drawers. The modeling paste has a very subtle shine to it that really lifts up the project.
The last step was to apply TCW9002 Black Gesso over the entire surface and then wipe with a clean, soft cloth, giving the project this gorgeous antique look.
Here’s the video tutorial,
I hope you found this tutorial useful and enjoyed looking at the project today. I will see you again next time.
The Crafter’s Workshop Design Team Member
The Crafter’s Workshop products used in this project are
TCW803 Distressed Lace Stencil
TCW9040 White Pearl Modeling Paste