Friday, 11 March 2016

Viva Decor Creations

Good Morning Crafters
Linda here sharing some of the projects which were made when I was over at the Viva Décor offices and warehouse last month.
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The items in this picture were made with the Beton cement mix and silicone moulds.
The oblong wall plaque was made using a plastic rectangle shape which was given a coat of vegetable oil before adding the feather stamp.  Once these were set they were painted with Maya Gold.
The star is wooden and given a coat of the cement mix for texture.

This is the reverse so you can see how smooth it dries and can be attached to all kinds of home décor projects.

These two projects the star being polystyrene and the heart wooden were decorated with Venezia.
This products gives a Mediteranean feel to your projects, they come if 3 different colours, D'Oro, Bianca and Rosso.  This is Bianca.

I have used Beton Concrete paste on this document folder, I then used Rusty Paper through a stencil and on the metal clip at the top.

Concrete paste has been used on the wooden heart, sanded it down to give a smooth surface and then the glazes to highlight the depth and dimension.

These wooden hearts have had a coat of Rusty Paper and Patina to give a rustic look.

Create beautiful home décor soft furnishings with Inka Textile through a stencil.
This is a cushion cover. You need to first wash your fabric, don't use conditioner, iron and then stencil, once dry Iron with a piece of parchment to heat set the Inka Textile before washing.

This Key holder cabinet has been painted with Chalky paint in two colours sanded back and highlighted with Inka Gold. The moulding on the front is one I made earlier in the first photograph and stuck on with Concrete Paste.  It is so light that it doesn't add weight to the cabinet.

We then got to do some paper crafting using Paper-Relief Paste, stencil and Paper soft colour.

This has been created using Paris stencil and 3-D stamping paint.

I have used Inka Gold through the stencil on both these toppers.

I know my colleagues and I had a wonderful time learning how to use these products!
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