She is the.cutest.thing.EVER!!!!
Not sure if we love her designs more or her hair 😉
We are so thrilled she is here today to show off her tute on a DARLING tee…. take it away, miss creative!
Hi Lolly Jane readers!
I’m Rachel from
roper . . . because, really, I don’t throw garden parties with tea and crumpets very often, do you? So I picked up a package of little paper doilies and created this:
oily stencil to have a bit of a color mix, so I swirled the blue and black together without mixing them completely; that way, when I wanted a lighter doily, I dipped my brush in a lighter section on my paint plate, and when I wanted a darker one, I picked a darker paint section, so none of my doilies came out exactly the same. I like a little variety, and the imperfections are what make it fun!
Just lightly sponge it around the patterned part of the doily. I thought it looked best to paint a little past the outer edge of the doily as well, but you don’t need to go very far. Just let your brush go a tad over the outside edge. What you see along the bottom of the doily in the picture above is a bit too much!