Technically it's Saturday, but it's been that kind of week. :)
I just had to share with you guys, the lovely ladies at Annie Sloan Unfolded are using our stencils.
Their most recent post highlights how you can use stencils and Annie Sloan products to create amazing antiqued books that look like they time traveled from the days of Gutenberg. Gorgeous stuff.
Debbie Dion Hayes did these books and I must say, they are stunning!
Also I learned from this blog post that Annie Sloan is making fabric now. Like I needed another amazing product to spend $$ on!
So the process here is that you get a book, Goodwill would be a treasure trove for this.
Paint the book with Annie Sloan Graphite (2 coats), let dry.
Stencil with Annie Sloan Old White. As far as I can tell, the stencils used here are Ave Des Champs Elysees SKU 551 - Chateau Gothic SKU 705 - Marche Aux Puces SKU 641.
Wax with Clear Soft Wax and Buff, Wax with Dark Soft Wax and Buff.
Dip a finger with Silver Gilding Cream and run along book edges.
I think the Gilding Cream is really what takes it to the next level. These just look amazing.
Also, if you're considering becoming an Annie Sloan stockist, you get to use our stencils in your training class. How cool is that?!
All the stencils used in this project can be found in our French category.
If you want to check out the original post, look no further than Annie Sloan Unfolded.
Have a lovely weekend. It's grey here, but not currently raining and we're supposed to have a 48 hour stretch of no rain. Thus begins the eternal dilemma for Coastal Oregonians, do I paint or not paint? The winter here is rough on a house, I repaint our porch and sills every spring.
My little boy has been standing at the window and staring this morning so maybe we'll just go for a walk! :)