The chipboard lengths were covered in patterned paper before I adhered the Unique Laser Designs Circle Stencil.
I had cut the Circle Stencil into four equal parts. Once the parts were adhered to the block,every thing was given a coat of gesso. The insides of the circles were not coated as heavily, allowing the patterned paper to peek through.
Then I began filling in circles with stickers, brads, metals or just crackle medium. I sprayed all the sides with mists, wiping off any mist that coated the filled in circles, and topped off the colors with paint.
Once the box was assembled, I added Unique Laser Design's Angel Wings to the box. The wings had been treated to paint and embossing powder.
The porcelain head and legs were given a black paint wash, then covered in embossing powder.
Are you ready to try an Artist Trading Block on your own? I highly recommend them!
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