Notebooks and Flower Pots

Hi everyone…

Busy day in the shed .. I spent the morning tidying and sorting (again)!  and early evening I managed to make another couple of projects to take along to my Indigoblu demonstrations.

When I was down in Kelso a couple of weekends ago, I picked up some items for altering, and used these today..

First project is a clay plant pot.. I gave it a base coat of Gee-Sso Good White Gesso… it dried really quick, no need to use the  heat gun,  then a napkin that I bought a while back,  next i applied some Slap it on Matte, and adhered the napkin to the pot..

Napkin Pottery 1

Once the napkin was completely dry, I wrapped 3 x strips of 1/8th Inch Red Line Tape around the pot, and applied some Lancashire Rose Megaflake.. look how it shines, I just love it!

Napkin Pottery 3

the second project continues with the same these of using napkins and slap it on matte medium to cover a note book…

Note Book1

This wee notebook measures approx 5.5″ x 5.5″ and the napkin covered it beautifully, the only difference between the 2 projects is I did not apply any gee-sso good gesso to the book before applying the napkin.

note book 2

 

Supplies List:-

  • Pottery Plant Pot
  • 5.5″ x 5.5″ Notebook
  • Gee-Sso Good White Gesso from Indigoblu
  • Slap it on Matte from Indigoblu
  • 3ply Napkin peel apart and only use the top layer
  • Red line tape
  • Indigoblu Lancashire Rose Megaflake
  • Flitterglu from Indigoblu
  • Phat Foam from Indigoblu
  • Scoochy Foam by Indigoblu
  • Plastic Pallete Knife from Indigoblu
  • Stampin Up Dark Brown Grosgrain Ribbon
  • Vintage Ric Rac Ribbon
  • Tonic Dies Oblong
  • Woodware chipboard Alphas
  • Dark Brown  & Tulip Pink Alcohol Ink Marker
  • Stampin up dimensional Adhesive
  • Indigoblu  Vintage Flourish Stamp
  • Stampin Up Crumb Cake Ink
  • Dylusions White Spray

I hope you enjoyed the projects.. can’t wait to create more.. I have a couple of fab ideas in the pipeline and i’m sure you will want to try them 😉

as always, thanks for popping round

Sarah 🙂

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