Studio DaphNat: Freezer Paper Stencil Technique Result

Eine meiner neuen Lieblingstechniken – Die Freezer Paper Stencil Technik – die Daphne und ich vor einigen Tagen gezeigt haben. Ich habe tausend Ideen im Kopf- LOL. Aber erstmal diese umgesetzte – ein Holzblock für die Wand – Ich kann ja wagen zu träumen ,:)

This is going to be my new favorite technique – The Freezer Paper Stencil TechniqueDaphne and I showed a couple days ago. I have so many ideas for this in my head – LOL – but first this one – a wooden block for the wall – I can dare to dream ;)

I wanted to have lot’s of textures, so I cut the canvas after I uplied Hambly Screen Prints Rub ons on top. On the wood I did some stencil stamping, crackle paint applying and such :-) I’m sorry but the photo does not do this justice- I think it looks much better in real life- LOL – but the light is bad today- it rains cat’s and dogs ;-)

Schaut mal was Daphne gezaubert hat! Es ist sicher total genial!

And don’t forget to take a look at Daphne‘s creation! I’m sure it is phenomenal!

  • sally

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    GORGEOUS!!! i am soo loving OWLs right now!! thanks for the inspo!!

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  • Debby L

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    Nat, this is great. You gave me some good ideas of some things my mom gave me. Cool.

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  • Sylvia

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    Oh, wie wunderwunderschön! Die Farben und Materialien sind genial, super klasse Idee! Danke!
    Liebe Grüße, Sylvia

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  • Conibaer

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    Die Eule ist ja supersüß! Insgesamt ist das wieder mal superklasse geworden!

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  • Vicki Chrisman

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    Very cool Nat! I caught the link that Scrap Scene had mentioning it!

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  • Amy K-P

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    Woman! You continue to blow me away! I LOVE this technique of using the rub-ons on top of your stenciled canvas AND cutting them out! AWESOME! AWESOME! AWESOME! I’m thinking I need one of those to stitch on my backpack! LOL

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  • Eeva

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    Ooooh this is sososososooo awesome!!! I have to find this freezer paper and try this technique! I just need to find out what it’s called over here ;)

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  • Karen Auld

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    Very fun!

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  • Liz

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    OMG, this is so cool! I would’ve never thought to cut out the canvas rubons. And the owl turned out so cute!

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  • Daphne

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    Rub ons on canvas!
    SUPERIDEA!!!
    Wowzers!!!!

    I got the same feeling as you… this technique is sooo inspirational..you can make tons of things with it!

    As always..it was a pleasure working with you! Love you!

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