Mona Leonard did just that and the result is awesome!
Mona shares her idea: We just bought a new trailer and everything in it was beige and brown. I just thought to myself ‘it needs a Mona touch’. I love bright, cheerful colours so I thought… why not coasters and a placemat to start off with?
I started by stamping all the trailers on all my coasters using the stamping tool and black ink
Once everything was stamped and dried, I colored all my trailers using the Tattered Angel High Impact Paints.
I used two coats to make sure there’s an even coverage.
I added the details using my extra fine black sharpie and that completes my coast
I started my placemat by using a set of alphabet stencils and using a regular writing pencil to trace out the letters.
I then took a piece of white cardstock to draw on a shape of a trailer since the stamps I have were way too small for my placemat. Once I was happy with the shape, I cut it out and placed it onused my pencil to trace it on the placemat.
Now everything is traced, I took my Tattered Angel High Impact paints and mixed it with a bit of textile medium. The textile medium makes your paint a little bit more flexibile and makes it easier to paint since it was a larger area.
Once all my paint and details were done, I once again used my black Sharpie to trace out all the details.
Now your placemat and coasters are ready, all you need to do is make the best of the autumn sunshine and … GO GLAMPING!!!