One of the first craft blogs I started reading and following was Mod Podge Rocks. I love Amy Anderson’s style, especially that she’s not afraid of bright colors and bold patterns. So it’s no surprise to me that she developed a line of stencils for Plaid Crafts. There are several fun patterns to choose from, but I was drawn to the Starlite stencil (ahem, just see my page header to know why!)
As I mentioned in my intro, I’ve been doing a lot of crafting with foam core board. I buy it at Dollar Tree and it’s a fun item to craft with. For this project, I’m going to make a monogram that I can use to decorate my craft wall with.
- Mod Podge Stencil in Starlite
- Foam Core Board
- Mod Podge
- Spray Paint
Step one: Draw or stencil the letter onto your foam board and cut it out.
Step two: Spray paint the letter.
See what I mean? Perfect impression with no “bleeding” of the medium you used. Here you can see the Mod Podged design.
Step four: Add glitter to the monogram. Shake off excess. Repeat steps 1-4 to finish the design.
You will likely have glitter stuck to the entire surface. Let the project dry for at least an hour, then use a soft brush to remove the excess glitter.
Here’s my pretty, shimmery monogram! It’s light enough that I could turn it into a magnet if I wanted to. For now, it’s going over my craft desk to mark my space. I hope you’ll give this a try, and definitely check out the new Mod Podge Stencils. You can see all the available designs here.
Disclosure: This is not a compensated post. I did receive product to review, but all ideas and opinions are 100% my own.