Here is a picture of the finished Stoneware crock.
I started with a plain crock.
You could even use a plain white canister with a missing lid.
Something similar to this would be easy to find at your local thrift shop.
I used this stencil from istencils.com
Cathe Holden's Inspired Barn Collection
6'' x 6''
I taped the stencil to my crock. I used Acrylic paint- CAPE COD BLUE
and a stencil brush
Using the dry brush method ( dip brush and wipe off excess )
with an up and down motion over the stencil.
I use my free hand to hold down the stencil as I move around the design.
Make sure you don't miss a spot.
Now you can remove the stencil.
Clean your stencil and brush right away with warm water and mild soap.
Love It !
After your project has time to dry, lightly spray with
a Clear Spray Sealer to protect your Stoneware Crock.
You will need to gently hand wash your crock with the stencil,
but it should be used for decorative purposes only.
I am very pleased with how this turned out.
This is a genuine piece of Stoneware in the above picture.
Below is the crock that I stenciled.
Tell me what you think.
Thank you so much !
xo Lisa S