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"Ride" Stenciled Keyholder

DecoArt® Personally Yours™ Stencils

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"Ride" Stenciled Keyholder

designed by PLA Schneider

No more hunting for that important key with this eye-catching wall plaque stenciled with Personally Yours™.

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SUPPLIES

Americana® Decou-Page Paper™

  • Metallic Type (Foil stamped accents) (DP51)

DecoArt Media® Fluid Acrylics

  • Quinacridone Gold (DMFA32)
  • Raw Umber (DMFA37)
  • Titanium White (DMFA39)

DecoArt Media® Specialty Products

  • Matte Medium (DMM20)

DecoArt® Personally Yours™ Stencils

  • Urban Ink - Chopper (6" x 9") (PYU01)

Other supplies

  • water container
  • palette or plastic plate
  • paper towels
  • scissors
  • hot glue gun
  • 3/4" flat brush
  • cosmetic sponge
  • cardstock (black)
  • found objects (knob or hook for keys)
  • drill gun
  • wooden disc
  • ribbon (or jute; any kind or color; will not be seen)
  • nut (wing or other type)

INSTRUCTIONS

NOTE: Let dry completely between painting steps.

  1. Place the wooden disc over the Americana Metallic Type Decou-Page Paper; trace; and cut out into a circle shape. Use a 3/4" flat brush to brush Matte Medium onto the surface and brush over the Decou-Page Paper to smooth out and seal.
    Step 0 Example
  2. Wet the 3/4" flat brush; dip into Quinacridone Gold; and paint over the entire disc.
    Step 1 Example
  3. Wet the 3/4" flat brush and dip into Raw Umber. Lightly paint around the perimeter, blending as you go.
    Step 2 Example
  4. Use the Personally Yours Urban Ink Chopper Stencil to spell out "RIDE". Stencil using a cosmetic sponge with Titanium White onto black cardstock. Use a 3/4" flat brush to adhere the letters to the disc with Matte Medium. (Refer to photo for placement.)
    Step 3 Example
  5. Use a drill gun to make a hole in the disc. Place a knob, hook, or other found object through the hole and secure with a nut.
  6. Make a loop with ribbon or jute; hot glue it to the back of the disc for hanging.