Altered Bingo Board

Hello everyone, hope your all having a lovely Easter Monday πŸ™‚

Before I head into today’s project, I would like like to congratulate Susan (Dancing Dragon) on becoming a mum, by giving birth to a baby boy today … well done Susan πŸ™‚ Β  Β  also I would like to congratulate Mitzi Curry on becoming a Grandma for the first time πŸ™‚ Β Love to you both and your family.

Today’s project is an altered Bingo Board or Clip Board that Maria sent me last year, I came across it when I was rummaging through my chipboard drawer yesterday πŸ˜‰ … so thank you Maria, I have now put it to good use! Β  In fact it has gone to very good use as it has got a new home already ….and become a notice board for my mother-in-law’s kitchen…. It is already gift wrapped and on its way there as I type this …

Supplies List :-

  • 1 x Bingo Board / Clip Board
  • Daler & Rowney White Gesso
  • Decoart Spring Green Acrylic Paint
  • Ranger Rock Candy Distress Crackle Paint
  • Pink Paislee Butterfly Garden 12 x 12 Patterned Paper
  • Stampin Up Butterfly Embosslit
  • Tonic Studio Butterfly Punch
  • Amber Rhinestones from Wild Orchid Crafts
  • Ranger Glue n Seal Matte Adhesive
  • Diamond Stickles
  • Frayed Burlap Distress Ink

I love the effect on the crackle paint, once its dry, rubbing over some frayed burlap distress ink so that it soaks down into the crackles and gives this neat look…. (you wipe the excess ink off with a damp cloth to restore the top of the project and leave the ink in the cracks) πŸ™‚

in hindsight… I should have used some texture paste to blend out the lines of the paper, so that there were no lines showing… but you live and learn, and I can always remember this for the next one that I make… because I want one now lol

Thanks for Stopping by πŸ™‚

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6 thoughts on “Altered Bingo Board

  1. This would be perfect for my best friend back in the States! She plays bingo religiously EVERY weekend although they have now gone electronic, and the sheets are 12 cards wide πŸ™‚

  2. Love it Sarah, the crackle is a fab effect, glad you used up those butterflies, they look great all group together, loving it!

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