I started off with a 6×6 wood plank, a stencil, a stencil brush, and some acrylic paint.
I placed the stencil over the front of the wood plank, adding a little tape on the edges to hold the stencil in place.
I dipped the brush in the acrylic paint and then blotted it in a dry area to remove most of the paint from the brush.
I then dabbed the “dry” brush over the stencil to lightly add paint to the exposed wood.
After adding the paint and letting it dry, I misted the wood plank with gold Color Shine mist.
I removed the mask and let the mist dry.
Once the wood plank was dry, I added gold glitter enamel shapes around the outer edge of the stenciled image.
In the center, I layered chipboard flower and sentiment shapes from the My Mind’s Eye My Story collection, adding some die cut flowers with brads for dimension.
I love the way it turned out and I can’t wait to hang it on my wall.
I hope you enjoyed today’s Make It! Monday project. Thanks so much for stopping by!