October 9, 2011

Handmade Runner With Annie Sloan Chalk Paint Design




Add textile medium to Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Duck Egg



Copy image and cut out with exacto knife



For this project I used the part that I cut out to do a positive stencil
I used a glue stick to keep the image in place on my canvas



Using a damp seasponge, dab the paint around the image being very
careful to apply it straight down to keep the image from shifting




Lift the image carefully




~Fast forward~
Add fabric to each end (I used fabric the color of duck egg),
line it with plain canvas, add a ruffle on each end




Top stitch the seam on each side with a decorative stitch
You can see it here on the right side



Add vintage lace to the ruffle on the solid side to dress it up



Now, you have a reversible runner



I like this side as much as the painted side

Rhonda

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9 comments:

  1. Love it, duck egg blue is so pretty!

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  2. Love how this turned out and of course Duck Egg Blue is one of my favorites....thanks for showing us....

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  3. Hi Rhonda, The runner is beautiful and I also like both sides.

    The snake...I crossed the street and made my husband take the picture! I hate them too.
    Hugs,
    Sherry

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  4. I like both sides too. Love the natural look.

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  5. That's very pretty, Rhonda! I love the color of this paint and the fabric you used on that side.

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  6. how very creative and pretty!!

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  7. So pretty Rhonda. I love the colors you used and that lace...the perfect touch!

    Lou Cinda

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  8. This runner came out so lovely!

    Smiles,
    The JOyful Thrifter

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