I am no Picasso here….
But I can stencil.
Today I am sharing a diy Stencil kitchen art work craft anyone can do.
Come with me and I will show you the way.
First take a trip to the Hobby shop.
I love Hobby Lobby, but I also love Michaels, Joanne fabrics, Walmart
wherever you can find craft supplies.
I actually painted the paper a rustic gold color with craft paint.
Once dry I lightly sand papered it for that rustic distressed look.
The paper I used is actually more of a cardstock thickness. That as well you can find at the hobby or craft shops.
I then stenciled with the cute recipe, this came as a sheet with this recipe.
The recipe stencil came from hobby lobby and I have since used this a thousand times over. For Tea towels, crafts and more.
It actually is a running joke now in the family.
The fact that the recipe makes no sense partly attributes to the joke.
As you can see I also painted the wood, with red and green and then sanded the frame as well.
Again, only with craft paint found just about everywhere now.
I added the wooden spoons just for a little something. Those just rest on the frame.
It really makes a cute art attraction in the kitchen.
This project cost me $12.00! and I enjoyed every bit of it.
If you are not a regular I sure would love to see you back again.
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