Fly Wood Panel

Project #18518

Spread your creative wings. This unique home décor project soars with a vintage blend of mixed-media elements that come together in a most unique and inspiring way.

Other Supplies:

  • Cardstock (Brown, Cream, Red)
  • Patterned Paper (Two Patterns)
  • Adhesive Foam Dots
  • Double-Sided Tape or Tape Runner
  • Metal Charm
  • Modeling Paste
  • Paper Trimmer
  • Ranger Distress Ink (Vintage Photo) by Tim Holtz
  • Ranger Mini Ink Blending Tool
  • Spatula
  • Twine (Burlap)
  • Washi Tape
  • Wood Panel (5 1/2" x 4")

  1. Cut a 5 1/2" x 2 1/2" piece of patterned paper, and adhere it to the wood panel with liquid adhesive.
  2. Die-cut out of cream cardstock the numbers die from the Mixed Media #6 set to create a stencil. Lay the numbers stencil below the patterned paper. Hold the stencil in place with washi tape so it will not move.
  3. Using a spatula, lightly brush modeling paste over the numbers stencil.
  4. Lift the stencil, and allow the numbers to dry for at least one hour before returning to the project.
  5. Cut a 1/2" x 5 1/2" piece of patterned paper, and adhere it with double-sided tape to the bottom of the wood panel.
  6. Die-cut out of cream cardstock the medium postage stamp from the Stacked Postage set, and die-cut out of red cardstock two small postage stamps.
  7. Using the Mini Ink Blending Tool, add Distress Ink (Vintage Photo) to all the edges of the postage stamps.
  8. Die-cut out of brown cardstock the word Fly from the Shadow Script #3 set.
  9. Adhere the cream postage stamp to the middle of the wood panel with adhesive foam dots.
  10. Adhere with liquid adhesive one small red postage stamp on top of the cream postage stamp.
  11. Adhere the word Fly to the center of the red postage stamp on the wood panel with liquid adhesive.
  12. Cut in half the second small red postage stamp. Adhere with double-sided tape one half to the top left side of the wood panel and the other half to the bottom right side of the wood panel.
  13. Tie burlap twine around the top of the wood panel, and hang a charm on the twine. Tie the twine into a bow.

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