Printing with feathers using POP Paint.
Posted on 18 May 2017
The versatility of POP Paint is amazing. I am convinced I use it in my projects daily. The amazing colours must be the most attractive feature to me,
but also the quality of paint and ease of use. Today I am sharing some easy mono prints I created using POP Paint and a feather.
The backgrounds would look amazing for some father’s day cards – so that is what I am using them for.
step 1 – Gather some feathers to use. You can use craft feathers, but I had some real guinea fowl feathers on hand.
I also liked the fact that I can colour the feathers and then use them for another project.
step 4 – Once your feather is covered in paint, turn it over and lay it flat onto some colored cardstock pieces.
Place a piece of white scrap paper over the feather and use your hands to rub over the feather to transfer the paint.
Add more paint and stamp again as required.
POP Paint 290ml-Skyfall pp0305
Other: Feathers, brayer, coloured cardstock pieces