Ducky Wood Shapes
Created by OMC Designer Jill
Yellow Craft Paint
Inkssentials : Ink Blending Tool
Tim Holtz : Distress Ink Pad - Vintage Photo
Tim Holtz : Distress Stain - Frayed Burlap
Basic Grey : File Kit
Krylon : Clear Spray
Sponge paint brushes
1. Stain the sides of the ducky with distress stain.
2. Paint the front and back of the ducky with yellow craft paint. Let dry.
3. Paint the front of the ducky with a coat of Mod Podge and cover heavily with glitter. Make sure you are pouring the glitter on over a sheet of paper so you can pour the excess back into the container! Let the glitter sit, then turn the ducky over and tap off any excess glitter.
4. Spray the front of the ducky with a clear sealer. Let dry.
5. Paint the sides of the ducky with a coat of Mod Podge. Let dry.
6. Add an eye using a black jewel.
Here's another cute way to decorate the Ducky!
1. Trace the ducky with some cute scrapbook paper and cut out.
2. Stain the sides of the ducky with the distress stain.
3. Apply a coat of Mod Podge to the front of the ducky and glue down the paper you cut out. Press firmly pressing out any excess Mod Podge and bubbles. I use a brayer to really get the paper down well!
4. Using a file, sand the sides of the ducky to get off any paper that may be over the edges and to distress the edges.
5. Ink the edges using an ink blending tool and the distress ink.
6. Mod Podge the front of the ducky to seal the paper and ink. Let dry.
7. Add an eye using a black jewel.