Friday, January 21, 2011

Another Sassy Project!

I used the sassy stickers my daughter gave me to make something for her. I thought this would be perfect for her to sit on her desk at work. She always uses this photo on her Facebook page.
Mod Podged Plaque
Here are the steps I used to make this plaque.....
I picked up a cheap plaque.
I lightly sanded around the edges and added a coat of Gesso.
I painted it with some Making Memories Acrylic Paint. I wasn't using the center so I didn't even bother covering it.
Coat of Mod Podge
After I figured out my design, I used Mod Podge to adhere everything down. This stuff is fantastic!!
I scored a piece of cardstock to use behind the sentiment. I can't even express how much I adore my Martha Stewart Scoreboard!
Close up
I added this piece to the sticker with a brad, added some foam dots and adhered down. I then added a coat of Mod Podge to the sticker. When it was completely dry, I sprayed on a coat of Mod Podge Gloss Clear Acrylic Sealer to protect it.

Another view...
Now I'll finish the other one I'm making for her. I'll share it when I'm done.

Products Used For This Project: Plaque, Gesso, Making Memories Acrylic Paint, Bazzill Cardstock, BoBunny Patterned Paper, Stickers, Tim Holtz Alterations On The Edge Plaque & Postage Die, Martha Stewart Scoreboard, Ribbon, Mod Podge Gloss Lustre & Gloss Acrylic Sealer, Hero Arts Pearls, Brad, Farmer's Market Twine

Thanks for stopping by!


Julie M. said...

Super cute! I'll bet your daughter will absolutely love it! and you're right; modge podge does rock!

Anne Gaal said...

Hi, Patty! Great project! I like the black, white, and teal with the pop of red! :-)

Karen Howard said...

This is really stunning, I LOVE the design and colors you used!

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