I am introducing a contributor to my blog. She is none other than my most favorite daughter. I could only seem to round up this pic on the spur of the moment. The sunshiney day was making us all squint, but her smile just lights up the space anyway.
The napkins you want are the decorative paper napkins that you would use for special occasions and holidays. The “pretty napkins” that don’t get used often.
You can cut out the area of the napkin you want to use or tear it.
Lastly, apply a bit more medium to the top of the napkin. Once you do this, you will see the design begin to “disappear” into the surface. I used the black background so you could see how it disappears.
The pic with the brown surface has the right side half done.
Do be careful not to over brush and be light with your brush. As you can see, I was trying to smooth the surface too much with my brush and the napkin tore in the top left corner.
I hope this was helpful and easy to understand. -A-
Thanks Fav Daughter!!
Now, y'all go grab your cute napkins and try this technique. It works on so many surfaces and the wrinkles are a bonus gift of texture and not to be frowned upon. Thanks for stopping by..and y'all come back!