- Cold press paper
- Spray paint in 6 colors
- 6 different kinds of silk flowers (or the same could be cool!)
- Frisket (it's like rubber cement; ours was called "Misket")
- and frames
This is such a simple project with such great results! First, brush on the frisket around the edges of your cold press paper. You'll want to be sure to use a think coating to ensure the edges are covered and to also allow you to peel it off easier once you're done painting.
Once the frisket is dry, put your paper in a well ventilated area and place one of the silk flowers on top.
Then, spray the paper with the color of your choice. I found that the best method was to hold the can 10-16 inches above the paper and spray directly down in short bursts. Once you're satisfied with the coverage of your paint, carefully remove the flowers to reveal your print!
When the spray paint dries, you can peel or smudge off the frisket. An eraser works really well to get the extra little bits.
Frame your prints, hang them up, and admire your work! (Honestly, hanging these was the hardest part of the project! I still have one left to hang... but here's a preview)