Simple Paint Technique
Personalizes Summer Accessories
in Vibrant Color
Unfinished wood tray
Terra cotta clay pot
Glass hurricane globe
Water misting bottle
TABLE RUNNER AND NAPKINS
- Cut canvas cloth to desired sizes. Pull threads to create an even selvage.
- Mask areas of cloth in bands to create a stripe pattern.
- Spray unmasked areas with Olive Bright, applying in 2 light coats. Let dry between applications.
- Remove tape to reveal stripes.
- Make sure basket is clean and dry.
- Apply 2 light coats of Robin’s Egg to surface, spraying approx. 12″ from surface. Let dry between coats. If basket is old, it might be very dry and may require extra coats for coverage.
- CANDLE POT
- Apply Deep Blue to terra cotta pot in 2 light coats. Let dry. Then apply 1-2 coats of Pottery Sealer.
- Plug pot hole with tape then fill with sand. Arrange candle and hurricane for wind proof candlelight.
- SERVING TRAY
- Lightly sand unfinished wood tray and remove dust.
- Apply two light coats of Robin’s Egg to tray, spraying approx. 12″ from surface. Let dry.
- From about 15″, mist water onto the tray surface. Different amounts of water will produce different sized water droplets, thus different effects.
- In a slightly random fashion, spray Deep Blue over water droplets.
- Dab or lightly wipe excess moisture away with paper towel.
- Repeat technique with Robin’s Egg or Deep Blue if finish needs tweaking to your desired look. Let dry.
- Apply a protective topcoat of Dresden Clear Glaze to enhance the color or Pottery Sealer for added water resistance and durability.