Saturday, August 18, 2018

Sunflower Plaque


                     Sunflower Plaque













Material List:
Wood Disc
Drawing Pencil
Wood Burner
Watercolor Ground transparent
1 Flat Brush
Daniel Smith Watercolors Green, Yellow, Orange and red
1 Round #10 Brush
Torch
Sticklets Green and Yellow
Clear Acrylic Spray

Draw a picture on the plaque. If you do not know how to draw. Use transfer paper.
Go over your drawing with the wood burner
Brush on the transparent ground over the whole plaque and set to the side to dry.
When dry paint your flower. I paint it with the yellow and highlighted with the orange and red.
















I painted the leaves green. Let dry
Torch the edges going towards the middle.
Using the Sticklet’s and some glitter to the highlighted areas of the flower and let dry.
When dry spray on the Acrylic clear spray and let dry.

           Joy @ Hilo Ben Franklin

Saturday, August 11, 2018

waterfall


                   Waterfall

Piece of Glass 8x8
Mat board 8x8
River rocks- you will need about 8 flat (Big to little)
Hot Glue and Glue sticks
E6000
10” inches Packing Tape
Moss
6x6 piece of blue paper
Orange paint
Paint brush
Tooth pick


Hot glue the edges of the piece of glass. So it won’t be sharp
Paint one orange fish on the glass
Make oval shape with the hot glue and fill it in.
Glue rocks (Regular shape) around the oval leaving a space for the flat rock.
Glue the biggest flat rock down in the open space. Then glue the rest of the flat rocks on. Use a little E6000 with the hot glue to bond the rocks together. You decide how high you want the waterfall to be .Before you put the last rock on. Put the Packing tape on the rock and then attach the bottom of water at angle. Put the last rock on top of the tape.
Use the Hot Glue gun and pour down the tape. Keep putting glue until you get the desired amount.  While the bottom is still hot, take a tooth pick and poke into the glue while it is drying.
Glue Moss in between the rocks and around the rocks.




Joy@ Hilo Ben Franklin

Saturday, August 4, 2018

Shell Art PLanner


                     Shell Art Planter



Wall Art Bark Planter 30182327
Shell   Crush Shell Nat Mop Large 30191699
Shell Turris 30173016
Small World Mix 30058888
Decorative Scrap Net
Hot Glue
Boug-Lavender/Fern 30195424
1 Pearl from Bead Soup
Starfish










Hang and glue net to the back of the planter
On the bottom of the planter glue the crushed shells all over it.
Then take a small piece of net and glue over the crushed shells.

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Using a crushed shell as your base, the take the turris shells (use the bigger ones for the outside). Glue 7 to the base. The using a smaller size one, Glue one in between each of the 7. The last one glue in the middle...
Make a big one and a smaller one.
Repeat the same with purple clams
Take 2 white clam shells and glue them together, leave opening. Put the pearl in the opening and glue down.
Glue the Smaller Turris flower at the top of the planter, the bigger one in the middle at the side.
Hot glue the Lavender fern inside of the planter.
Glue the Starfish behind the Lavender fern but so you can see it, the clam flower at the top of the opening of the planter next to the fern.

         
      It was fun to make    Enjoy

Joy @ Hilo Ben Franklin

Saturday, July 28, 2018

Mermaid Wreath


                    Mermaid Wreath












Material List:
Wreath Vine starburst 17” 30189671
Mermaid Laying
River rocks 3-6m Tiger strip
Stem-Hydrangea Purple
Succulents Bush 8.5” asst. Green and red
Designer shell bag
Conch Shell
Fish Netting Ivory
Lavender Fern
Succulent Zest Grass 7.75”
Wood Oval Disc.
Tiny It Spray Color Jade
Creamacoat Aqua Cool Pearl
Whit Deco Marker
 Hot glue gun
E600



Spray the Wreath with the tint it spray
Paint the Wood Disc with the Aqua cool pearl
Glue the 2 rocks together with the hot glue and e600. The glue the the Mermaid to it. 
On the right side of the wreath glue on the shells the glue on some netting.












Around the shells glue on the Succulents bush (the red and green ones)
The  purple lavender bush use the long sticks and glue them in and around the shells
 Write on both of you wood disc. Then glue on the wreath. Then you can glue in where it need it the Hydrangea flowers.







On the left side on the top glue on the other wood disc.
On the bottom a big shell with green and red succulents around it and hydrangea too.
 On top of the Glue on the Mermaid...


              







  Hilo Ben Franklin


Saturday, July 21, 2018

Sunflower Plaque


            Sunshine Plaque




Material List:
SPC Wood Plaque
Americana Gel Stains Oak Color
Paint brush
Golden Glass Bead Beads
Golden Hansa Yellow Med.
Golden Open Green Gold
Painting Knives
Sunflower Stencil #30181692
Posca Paint Pen
22 Gauge Silver wire 34 inches long
2 Eye hooks
Orange & Yellow beads from the soup
Round nose pliers










Stain the plaque with the Gel oak stain.  Let dry and make sure to stain the back too.
When dry tape the stencil onto the wood plaque.









Mix the Glass beads and your yellow paint together. When mixed well take the painting knife to apply on top of the stencil. Give it a good amount to the sunflower.
Mix the Glass beads and the Green gold paint together.  Apply to the board. On the leaves use more mixture. By putting more mixture on the leaves, it will pop them out more
Set aside top dry. May take over night to dry.













When Dry, then write (you are my sunshine). You can come up with something else.


















Screw in the eye hooks to the top of the plaque. One on each end.
Put the wire through the eye hook. Leave an 8” piece at the end, then wrap around the eye hook three times.
Start to put the beads onto the wire. When you have about 18” inches of beads put the wire though the eye hook and wrap around three times.
Put beads on both ends of the wire. Leave about an inch to curl with the pliers. Use the round nose pliers, wrap the wire around the pliers and keep rolling the wire up until you it the last bead on the wire. When done twist the wire with the beads on it to curl a little too.

   

Enjoy and have fun with the Glass beads. It looks real great on Journals, Notebooks, bookmarks, paintings and on wood boxes.




                  Joy @ Hilo Ben Franklin

Saturday, July 7, 2018

Button Wreath


                      Button Wreath



14” Straw Wreath
7/8” satin Orange Ribbon
Bow-A-Rama
5/8” Sheer Satin Edge Yellow Ribbon
Orange Daisy Flower
6” of silver wire
A Mixture of Buttons
Hot Glue Gun
Scissors




























Wrap the straw wreath with the orange ribbon. Hot glue the end to bond it.
Using the Bow-a-rama,    you will be making 2 bows with the Yellow sheer ribbon











Lay the wire down as shown in the picture. Put the ribbon in the opposite way and start to layer it back and forth. 





When you do it at least 6 times on each side. Pull the wire up and wrap around the middle of the bow. As shown in the pictures.










Poke a hole in the wreath with a pair of scissors. Put some hot glue in the hole and insert the Daisy.
Hot glue a bow on each side of the flower.  Fluff and arrange
  Then have arrange all of your different button on the wreath.

             This wreath would be cute in any little girl’s room.


      Joy @ Hilo Ben Franklin


Saturday, June 30, 2018

4th of July Wreath


 4th of July Wreath




Material list:
16” Styrofoam wreath
Ribbon
Yarn   red, white and 2 different blues (you can do any colors you like)
PomPom Makers    all 4 sizes
Greening pins
Glue gun


















 Wrap the ribbon all around the wreath. Hot glue the end to the wreath.

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 With each size pompom maker, make 5 of each color in each size.












Insert the greening pin to back of the pompom, add some hot glue to the back of the pompom too. Poke the greening pin into the wreath to secure it. If need add more hot glue. Keel repeating until the wreath is full. Arrange as you go.

It can made in any color combos.
I really likes the Red, White and Blue












   



Please enjoy and have fun with it.
   Come to Hilo Ben franklin for more idea and Inspirations
         Joy@ Hilo Ben Franklin