Don’t you love everything about the beach? I do! Have for you today an easy Step by Step explaining how to create a DIY Nautical Wheel with amazing Lindy’s goodies.
I started out by spreading white crackle paste over the whole wheel.
Before drying I added mini Art stones
While waiting for the drying and crackling, I started making the embellishments by spraying a paper die-cut frame with my favorite Cowabunga copper Shimmer Spray.
I like to add embossing powders on the colored embellishments because it gives an extra-shine and makes the paper harder and more stable.
I wanted the wheel color to be intense so as soon as the wheel was dry and crackled, I painted it with Time travel teal magical Shaker using a paint brush. That’s why the shakers are so amazing: you can control the intensity of the color by the amount of water you mix in.
Next, I splattered large drops of Cowabunga copper Shimmer Spray It’s shimmer is beyond gorgeous!
Now you can dry it with a heating tool or let it dry naturally.
Time to adhere everything on top of the wheel starting with the net, paper die-cuts and all other embellishments. I use Heavy gel medium to glue everything down.
As always I use another Favorite the Frozen Jack Frost Shimmer Spray to highlight here and there, by splashing and applying with a fine paint brush, just to add an extra touch!
Almost done… I added some art stones in 2 sizes.
Et Voila! the project is done!
Hope you enjoyed it! I had so much fun creating this.
Here are some close-ups:
- Sprays: Cowabunga copper Shimmer Spray, Bling-y Blonde Shimmer Spray, Ethereal Emerald moon shadow spray , Frozen Jack Frost Shimmer Spray and Time travel teal shimmer Spray
- Magical Shakers: Time travel teal magical Shaker
- Embossing Powder: Clearly clear Embossing Powder. Holly berry EP and Gilded burgundy brass EP.
- White Crackle paste, Art stones, VersaMark pen, Metal embellishments, G45 images
Feel free to ask any question about the process!
Thanks for stopping by 🙂 Have a great day!