Stencils can be used with any metal, but Colored Aluminum seems to be the perfect match. In this case I used Standing Angel LL578 stencil and MercArt's Navy Blue Aluminum plus the following:
*Teflon D-01 or D-04
*Dash Wheel (texture in the skirt)
*Crown Stamping Tool (3 flower petals)
*Cup and Ball #2 (flower's centers and wing's dots)
*Small Star with Center Stamping Tool (5 small skirt's stars)
*Refiner (wing's textures)
*Diagonal Decorative Wheel (upper robe texture)
*Regular and Medium Star Stamping Tool (stars in the sky)
*Big Wheel (border dots)
*Paper Stump #4
*The cloud texture was given with the LJ863 Swirls Stencil. Just rub with a paper stump the front of the aluminum against the stencil to get the texture.
When you finish, remove the color with a (manicure)sanding block. Use the Fiber Glass Tool or the Brass Brush to remove it in small or detailed areas, just as I did in the Angel's face, hair and part of her robe.
FIRST MONTHLY GIVEAWAY WINNER!!
Patrice Sigmon was February's Giveaway winner!
We will send her a Combo Set of Metals 6" x 6" with 2 sheets of each: Pewter, Copper and Aluminum and
One Basic Kit with 4 Double Tools
Patrice please send us your address so we can mail you this price asap!