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Stencil with Paint or Texture

Do you want to learn? 

Thanks to Dixie Belle Paints we have!   

We always want to learn more about creating.  Paper projects are fantastic, card making is gratifying, mixed media challenges us.   We also want to create functional pieces.  Today we are offering videos for your instruction.

Please enjoy watching. You will see the paint applied and a stencil used for painted decoration.  Sally Azzato makes it easy to learn!

This month has been a fun challenge for some of our designers! They have shown new and interesting ways to work with Dixie Belle paints.  We adore inspiration!   We love DBP.  

Now for a Dixie Belle Swamp MUD tutorial video....MUD is a wonderful Texture compound for filling holes, decorating, creating bas-relief and plain old fun! 

Sally Azzato shows us how to use SWAMP MUD with stencils and paints.   Tips for use and disposal are important!

Dixie Belle is such a fantastic product, THANKS for sponsoring our Design Team in July.   I believe we can all say we are true believers in Dixie Belle products now!

MADE in the USAeasy cleanup, water soluble, tools that make the job easy and inspired!  Stains, paints, glazes, tools all make for success with your projects.

Thanks for viewing and stay tuned for August and our Fall Lineup of Design Team inspired creations.    


  1. nice video - love their stencil substrate! I've enjoyed all your projects this month - thanks for the inspirations!


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