Tranquil Rose Plaque by Deb Antonick
Tavern Sign SRT1 8.5” T x 6” W
Available from www.paintingwithdeb.ca
Ranger Archival or StazOn Jet Black Ink Pad
Note: recommended when using Matte Medium as the ink will not smear.
Aleene’s Tacky Glue
Saral transfer paper (or very well used graphite paper)
Identi-pen, tracing paper, factus black eraser
Paints and Mediums:
DecoArt Media: Matte Medium, Gesso
DecoArt Acrylic: Warm White or Snow “Titanium” White
DecoArt Media Fluid Acrylics: Cobalt Teal Hue, Titanium White, Yellow Green Light, Phthalo Green
Yellow, Quinacridone Violet, Carbon Black, Hansa Yellow Light, Hansa Yellow Medium, Diarylide
Yellow, Cadmium Orange, Quinacridone Red, Raw Sienna, Burnt Sienna, Burnt Umber
Brushes: set available from www.paintinwithdeb.ca
Dynasty Eye of the Tiger 3/8” Angular shader, Dynasty IPC Medium Flat top Mop, Dynasty IPC Small
Also uses these supplies:
• Seal the Surface and frame with Gesso. Let dry, sand lightly.
• Basecoat with Snow “Titanium” White.
• Stamp the Tranquil Rose stamp onto paper and cut out. This will be used as a mask when
stamping the flowers.
• Lay the frame over the base and determine stamp placement. I like to trace the inside shape with
a chalk pencil as it will disappear with water.
• Stamp the first rose image (leaving room for a second beside it) using the stazOn or Ranger
Archival Black ink pad.
• Place the mask over the stamped image now and adhere with a piece of tape. Stamp the second
image to fill the space. Remove mask.
• Create a tracing of the girl from the pattern provided, then transfer to the surface with the Saral
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