The last time I painted anything using a stencil was in grade school. It was a cookie jar lid that I begged my mom to send to Kirk Cameron (Oh, those Growing Pains!). Luckily I had the chance to redeem myself using FolkArt Multi-Surface Paint and Handmade Charlotte stencils to create this stenciled cork art.
Here are just some of the 40 colors FolkArt offers in their mulit-surface paint.
Pictured are Moon Yellow, Lavender, Medium Blue, Aqua, and Pink Melon
- set of 3 cork trivets (Ikea)
- FolkArt Multi-Surface satin acrylic paint in Aqua, Lavender, and Pink Melon (Michael's)
- Handmade Charlotte stencils, Kitchen theme (Michael's)
- paint sponges
- masking tape
- paper plate
I knew I wanted more of the paint to show than the cork, so instead of using the stencil how it was intended, I used the part that popped out and painted around it. It was so easy, I broke it down into five steps.
I repeated the process on another trivet using a rubber spatula stencil. I decided to go a little "stencil crazy" on the third trivet and used two stencils two ways to get the desired effect.
FolkArt Multi-Surface Paint really is for every surface. Not just wood and canvas, but glass, metal, paper, styrofoam, and more. Plus it's dishwasher safe and machine washable. So I decided to try it on another surface…
I had a 10-inch, glazed ceramic plate that I wanted to put to use. I used the Lavender again, allowing each coat to dry, until the plate was covered. Then I added FolkArt Clear Chalkboard Paint. I love that I can apply it to any surface, so whatever the color undernieth is, the chalkboard stays that color! Here's the finished plate.
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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Plaid. I received product to create this project, but the ideas and opinions shared here are all my own.