Stenciled Art Frame with Airbrushing


Framed Stencil Art with Airbrushing

Home Décor, mainly wall art, is high on my list of interests.  This stenciled framed art will be a gift to a relative who loves one of a kind art to display in her home.  To personalize it even more I added the initial of her last name.

For this design I used Pazzles Stencil Plastic and used my airbrush machine to fill in the white and red areas.  If you don’t have an airbrush machine you can use spray paint or use paint of your choice using a paint brush or even a sponge.

All the images are from the Pazzles Pro 2014 image gallery, but you can find similar ones in the Pazzles Craft Room.

The butterfly and flowers are layered.  I used black cardstock as the backdrop since I wanted to use white paint.

 

~Gina

Supplies:

Pazzles Stencil Plastic

Polymark Dimensional Fabric Paint for the lines connecting the flowers

U.S. Art Supply Airbrush Colors Water Based Formulation – Crimson Red

Opaque White Createx Airbrush Paint

Apple Barrel acrylic black paint for the picture frame

E6000 glue to glue down the two flowers

2 5mm sized silver brads from Fire Mountain Gems

Darice Faceted Metal AB Silver rhinestuds – 2mm

The Paper Studio Black Textured Cardstock

The Paper Studio Safari Untamed paper pack (black and white design in the flowers and the butterfly background)

WorldWin Treasures Racer Red Cardstock for the butterfly

Picture Frame – 6” x 12”

The Crafts Outlet Flat Back Acrylic Round Rhinestones

Recollections Adhesive Rhinestones – Pearls

 

 

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