Holiday Quickie: To All A Good Night Plaque
Finished Size: Varies
Here's a fun and quick holiday decorating idea. It not only provides some much needed stamping stress relief from the holiday chaos but it will also add a bit of vintage cheer to your home. An added benefit to this project is that it uses a recycled plaque for it's base!
Vintage Santa (Paper Inspirations)
Archival Ink - Jet Black (Ranger Industries)
Distress Ink (Ranger Industries)
Rub-on Letters (Creative Imaginations)
Distress Crackle Metallic Paint (Ranger Industries)
Cardstock (Bazzill Basics)
Glossy Cardstock (Ranger Industries)
Ink Blending Tool (Ranger Industries)
Cut & Dry Nib (Ranger Industries)
- Paint the plaque with the Distress Crackle Paint. Set aside to dry completely.
- Stamp image on glossy cardstock using Archival Ink.
- Color image with Distress Inks and Cut & Dry Nib(s).
- Apply a layer of Old Paper Distress Ink to the entire stamped image.
- Trim image and mount on cardstock.
- Place and apply rub-on letters and elements to the plaque.
- Affix the stamped image to the plaque.
- Add ribbon hanger.
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