Walnut Hollow + StencilGirl Blog Hop: Day 1

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Welcome to Day 1 of the Walnut Hollow and StencilGirl and Blog Hop! We have an inspiring three days planned featuring amazing projects from both the Walnut Hollow and StencilGirl design teams. Keep scrolling for some awesome artwork and details on how to enter the giveaway.

Reverse Resist Bark Edge Stands for Phone and Tablet

Hi friends! Dana Tatar here with you today. I’m constantly misplacing my electronics, especially when I’m working in my studio. My phone and tablet have a way of working themselves under the piles of supplies that I pull out. I’m hoping that these stands will help keep my gadgets both visible and safely out of reach of anything that may be spilled onto them during the artistic process. I’m sharing a simple 3-step reverse resist technique with stencils and PanPastels today that produces fun vivid prints.

Reverse Resist Bark Edge Stands Supplies

Supplies:
Walnut Hollow Natural Bark Edge Tablet Stand
Walnut Hollow Natural Bark Edge Phone Stand
StencilGirl Circle Play Stencil
StencilGirl Travel Note Stencil
PanPastels
Sponges
Watermark Ink
Spray Sealant

Watermark Ink and StencilGirl Stencil Resist Inking

Step 1: Place a stencil onto the stand. Press a watermark ink pad over the stencil. Repeat this process on the front and sides of each stand. Note: The lighter circle pattern shown above is the natural wood. The darker areas are covered with watermark ink, which will grab the color in the next step.

Reverse Resist with PanPastels and StencilGirl Stencils

Step 2: Use a soft sponge to apply PanPastels over the watermark ink. Note: I used Violet, Turquoise, Bright Yellow Green, Permanent Red, and Permanent Red Tint with the Circle Play Stencil on the Tablet Stand. I used Permanent Red, Permanent Red Ex. Dark, Raw Umber, and Rich Gold with the Travel Notes Stencil on the Phone Stand.

Sealing PanPastels onto Wood

Step 3: Spray the stands with a sealant to permanently set the color.

Reverse Resist Bark Edge Phone Stand by Dana TatarReverse Resist Bark Edge Tablet Stand by Dana Tatar

There are 3 more designers to visit on the hop today.

Leave a comment on any blog to enter the giveaway.
The more blogs you comment on, the more chances you have to WIN!
(One comment per blog please.)

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One lucky winner will receive both a $25 Gift Certificate to StencilGirl Products
AND a $25 Gift Certificate to Walnut Hollow!

You have until Sunday, March 19th at 11:59PM Central Time to leave your comments.

A winner will be announced on
StencilGirl’s Facebook page and Walnut Hollow’s Facebook page on March 20th.

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42 thoughts on “Walnut Hollow + StencilGirl Blog Hop: Day 1

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  2. What a fabulous idea! I’m constantly looking for my phone in my studio – I need to make one of these! Yours turned out great… thanks for the inspiration!

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  4. My first thought was I don’t need that stand. HA! Constantly loosing my phone in my studio. What a unique idea and use of Pan Pastels. Thank you for the great gift idea and give away. THANKS!

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  8. Oh wow Dana – both of these stands are just stunning. I’m so glad that you let some of the beautiful wood show. What a fabulous technique for that purpose. WONDERFUL CREATIVITY. j.

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