Tuesday, June 18, 2019

CrafTreat June '19 Release Stencils


         How have you been doing? We are back with another NEW release for CrafTreat.. this time more of Home Decor and Borders.. We are focusing on new ways and styles. Designs that appeal to anyone and would tempt you to have them in your stash. The FB release of the products had a very Good response and they are now available for purchase at TheCraftShop and CrafTreat Websites

Come have a look at our Amazing stencils!!

Border Stencils 3"X12"

These border stencils come with a small pinhole.. So if you wish to use them for decorating cakes, it will be so easy!!

 We are coming up with more products in the NEXT release and they will all be your favourite!!

How do you like this release? Let me know in the comments!!

Thanks for stopping by

Monday, June 17, 2019

Two way Welcome Plaque

Hi everyone
Priya Satish this side on the blog to show you an interesting project. I have created a two way Welcome Plaque with 2 different yet simple techniques with same set of acrylic colours.

I have a process video for the same. Sit back, relax and enjoy the process. Thank you.

Products from Craftreat

Hope you liked it. Have a great day!!!

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Stenciling With different Mediums

Hello, Crafty Friends! I am back today to share with you all a set of cards and a tissue box featuring the versatility of stencils.

1. Dimensional paint + Stencil
For the very first card I have used Dimensional Paint along with Mandala stencil. I took the Kraft cardstock of the size 4.5*6.5 inches.The trick when using stencils is to apply as little paint as possible with a spatula, so as to avoid any possible bleeding. I used the washi tape to hold the stencil in place.

 Can you all see the crisp edges in the image below we get by dimensional paints when used with the stencils. I simply stamped the sentiment to complete the card.

This picture will explain you all the steps involved while stenciling.

2.Acrylic Paint + Stencil
 For the second card I used the same Mandala stencil with simple acrylic paint with the Stencil Brush . what I like about acrylic paint is that it dries really fast , allowing you to use the same design on different parts of the card within minutes.

3.Embossing Powder + Stencil
 For the third card I used Versamark ink pad and white Embossing Powder along with the same Mandala stencil.  I took Iris Cardstock of the size of 4.5* 6.5 inches.In this card I used Distress Oxide inks Picked Raspberry and Seedless Preserve to create the background.

For the next card I used Distress Oxide inks Fossilized Amber  and Peeled Paint to create the background. I also made coordinating envelopes with these cards.

4.Texture Paste + Stencil
 Last but not the least I created a Tissue box using Craftreat Textured Decoupage Paper Pack and I gave the texture on the top of the tissue box using Craftreat Stencil Ikat Damsak with Texture Paste. I love  applying texture paste with old credit card instead of spatula. To highlight the texture of the stenciled design  applied antique wax with fingers. Finally I gave a coat of Mod Podge Matt to seal the project.

  I love how this tissue box turned out with these textured decoupage papers. The delicate stencil designs create more interest  and make your projects extra special, while the pretty paints bring in just the right amount of color .

Thank you for stopping by! Have a great day.