The class was taught by the founders of Hazel and Ruby, shown to the left. Their amazing stencils are reusable and work on the opposite principle that regular stenciling does.
Your first coat of paint or deco paged paper is what your letters will be, then removable, reusable stencils are place on top of ...then you paint on your background over the letters. While paint is still wet, letters re removed and cleaned for future use. Another coat of decoupage, we used Modpodge, finishes it off.
Here we see Reclaimilogists Jody and Mandy at work.
Kelli, of Smelli Kelli on Etsy, will have to redo her fun design, as she used glass for the base, which causedn the second layer of paint to separate ... Ah, we live and learn.
... And here I am with all those that sponsored the evening ... April James, far right, of April James Interiors at 747 N Main in Spanish Fork, provided the class room space and milk paints we used. She also sells chalk paint and finished reclaimed furniture, you should stop by and check it out!
.... And last of all, my finished work. Thanks for stopping by.