A quick and easy tutorial on how to make a stencil for you spraypaint or airbrush project that won’t fall apart after the first use.
It is not always easy to make a stencil for spray paint or for an airbrush. The cardboard can be to thick which makes it hard to cut or the cardboard is to thin and falls apart after one spraypaint sesion. I use this to put a logo on the bag of T-shirts with my airbrush.
You can also use this stencil for normal paint by stippling the paint on.
A very simple witch chest tutorial. Nothing special just how I painted this little ready made box.
There are multiple things you can put in this box;
- spiders (fake)
- other witchy things you can think of.
Easy apothecary bottles made from old pil bottles I had from years ago.
You can easy skip the step with the hot glue if you want to. No need to do that or maybe you can use other craft glue you have that is not to watery.
The only things you need:
- pil bottles
- chalkboard paint
- hot glue (optional)
- silver or gold paint ( or other color if you want.)
Maybe you have had the same problem as me and wanted to watch a video or a tutorial but you are already listening to music which you do not want to pause. So to help with this problem I have a really simple tutorial that does not need sound.
I have painted my sketchbook with the help of a Bob Ross tutorial.
I had a simple white tissue dispenser that I did not like the look of. To make it look better I gave it a quick coat of paint. Now I do not have to throw this out and buy a new dispenser. I put toilet paper in it. Nice and zero wast I thought.