Use Memento Ink Pads to stencil designs onto fabric and wood to create a unique jewellery stand. In this project Kyriakos has transformed a freestanding wooden picture frame into a personalised jewellery stand. He's covered the removable back with untreated fabric and decorated it using a stencil and Memento ink pads. String cords have been attached to store earrings and has wooden game pieces become hooks for necklaces, bracelets and rings.
Cut a 25cm x 30cm piece of the untreated fabric and heavily crumble it.
Lay it flat and place the wings stencil. Use a sponge dauber to colour the edge or the design with the Memento grape jelly ink pad.
Continue with the lulu lavender colour.
Finish colouring with the angel pink ink pad.
Use the brayer roller and the Memento tuxedo black to lightly distress around the wing design by soft pressing the roller on it.
Glue the fabric onto the removable backing of the frame, stretching it and securing it to the back with hot glue.
Paint the frame with the snow white paint. Let it dry and use the stencil and the same ink pads used on the fabric to decorate the side of the frame.
Sand a couple of the round wooden game pieces on one side to create a small flat area. (One or two depending how many hooks you would like to create)
Paint these pieces with snow white colour.
Place screw eye balls to the side of the frame keeping the same distance. Stretch and tie a cord.
Hot glue the flat sided wooden piece to the front and the rest on the side of the frame. Add three to the bottom side of the frame for use as ring holders.