The power tools we’ll be using to make the frame are:
nail gun with compressor and 18-gauge finish nails
Framing materials are:
2 x 2 clear pine boards (no knots). Keep in mind that the actual measurements will be more like 1 1/2 x 1 1/2.
1/16 inch clear acrylic (we’re using non-glare)
3/16 inch plywood (optional)
When calculating the measurements for your frame, You’ll have to figure out how many feet of 2 x 2″ pine board you’ll need to accommodate your art. Continue reading
Links mentioned in video: http://www.mysilkart.com/how-to-clip-a-scarf-into-a-frame-for-silk-painting/
John Marshall’s website: www.JohnMarshall.to
Here are the links mentioned in the video: www.LindaMackayDesign.com
Over the years, I’ve spent a lot of time and money on silk painting resists. In this video blog, I share a few things I’ve learned in hopes of making a more efficient and pleasurable silk painting experience for you. You’re welcome, Darlings… enjoy!
(see links mentioned in video below.)
Here are a few tips for you on the best brushes to use for silk painting, and some cute little tricks to boot. Here’s the link to the related blog, “Making and Assembling an Adjustable Silk Painting Frame”
Hello loyal followers! By popular request, this month’s blog is all about how to make a frame for your silk painting. This particular frame design is made from wood and has no glass or plexiglass in it to cover up the silk. Many people love this design because they can still touch the silk and fully enjoy its shine and texture. Continue reading