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Embellish by Dena You Can Paint, Too! (Leisure Arts #22592)

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Published by Leisure Arts, Inc .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Home & Garden / Crafts & Hobbies

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12232652M
ISBN 10157486808X
ISBN 109781574868081
OCLC/WorldCa617478907

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  Embellish by Dena (Leisure Arts #): You Can Create, Too! Paperback – February 1, /5(1).   Using her own home as an example, TV host (Embellish This!) and designer Dena Fishbein teaches home decorators everywhere how embellishments can put a personal stamp on their décor. From hand-painting a delicate flower border on a kitchen wall to making sachet pillows out of vintage It’s personality and creativity that turn an ordinary 4/5.   Dena Fishbein is the creative force behind Dena Designs, Inc., and her many products such as textiles, gifts, accessories, apparel, and greeting cards are sold in Neimen Marcus, Dillard's, Barnes & Noble, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Target, Michael’s, Jo-Ann's Fabrics, and other retailers around the world. Dena has a monthly newspaper column with United Media/5(39). For me, I just use Martha Stewart craft paint, and it works fabulous. Using the sponge brush, I paint the front and back pages of the vintage book. You can also use ANY color that fits your own home. I chose a neutral color, then I could move them from room to room. You can do 2 or more coats, but if you want to see see the words though the.

Feb 6, - Papercrafting papers designed by Dena™ available at your local Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores.. See more ideas about Paper design, Craft stores, Darice pins.   The Painted Home by Dena: Patterns, Textures, and Colors for Inspired Living - Kindle edition by Fishbein, Dena, Ellis, John. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Painted Home by Dena: Patterns, Textures, and Colors for Inspired s: Painting books takes no time at all and the results are amazing! Just think of all the great colors you can use to create accents for your home! And here’s the best part you can still read the books! So grab a paintbrush and let’s begin! I use Amy Howard’s ONE STEP PAINT. You can get this chalk-type paint at your local Ace Hardware store.   Synopsis It's personality and creativity that turn an ordinary house into a warm and inviting home. Using her own home as an example, TV host and designer Dena Fishbein teaches home decorators everywhere how embellishments can put a personal stamp on their decor. From hand-painting a delicate Reviews:

Viking Woodcrafts supplies Books, Pattern Packets, Paint, Brushes, Unfinished Surfaces, Supplies and Accessories for the decorative artist and tole painter! Books by Title - Y Books by Title - Z Coloring Books Pattern Packets Videos You Can Draw People by Carrie Parks & Lee Hammond Code:   The Types of Paints Used to Embellish. The types of paints used to embellish are different sometimes. Typically, the paints used to embellish are thicker and can add depth and maximum detail. These include paints like specialized acrylics and oil paints. However, oil paints tend to drip more than acrylic and they also take a lot longer to dry.   Learn how to paint and embellish old books with this step-by-step budget friendly DIY tutorial! Today I have another thrift store farmhouse home decor idea that I think y’all are going to love – Upcycled Books!! With just a little paint and a stencil I was able to create budget friendly pieces that I can use throughout my home.   If you’d like to see some fabric sweetness, pop on over to the Free Spirit site and look at her designer profile HERE. Yesterday, I was wandering through a local book store and came across one of Dena Fishbein’s books entitled “Embellish Your Home” and I quickly fell for all of the prettiness inside. I just had to have it! Had to!