Girl UPcycled Studio
Girl UPcycled Studio
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  • Zanesville, OH

Learn 4 Unique Finishes AND Get Exclusive 50% Off My Online Workshop!

3 Materials
$35
2 Hours
Easy

Learn this out-of-the-box paint finish and unique techniques to add texture and interest to your furniture and decor.



Do you have a passion for learning new paint techniques and finishes? Be sure to take advantage of my "Paint Like a Pro" online workshop video (!) where I teach 2 of my most popular paint finishes. This special offer is exclusively for Hometalkers over on my website (girlupcycledstudio.com) to get 50% off using the code: hometalk

Girl UPcycled teaches a unique paint finish
Girl UPcycled teaches a unique paint finish
Be sure to got to my website to watch the online video to see how I created this finish. Sometimes it's just easier to watch a video, right? ;)
a very unique furniture paint application and technique
Start by thoughouly cleaning and degreasing your project piece removing any dirt or grime.
IOD Moulds using paperclay
IOD Moulds using paperclay
I applied the IOD decorative detailing using thier resin moulds (Prima Marketing Inc) simply brush moulds with corn starch then fill with paperclay. Smoothe the backs of detail flat then simply pop them out of the moulds. I applied Gorilla Glue to the detailing to attch them.
Let dry
a very unique furniture paint application and technique
Paint products I used are Diy Paint from Debis Design Diary, Mermaid Tail and Fancy Farm Girl
a very unique furniture paint application and technique
pour one straight line of each color right beside each other in a plate, load a chip brush so that half of brush is covered in each color
Unique paint application
Unique paint application
begin applying paint in single swipes, not overworking or over blending the colors too much. Let dry
a very unique furniture paint application and technique
With regular clear wax, use a cheese grater to grate off chunks of the wax.
Press chunks onto the piece so that it slightly sticks to the surface.
a very unique furniture paint application and technique
shhhhh! nobody tell my secret ingredient to use to crackle! Yep, just good ole elmers glue! apply very thin inconsistent applications randomly over the entire piece. Then immediately apply the next layer of paint while glue is wet
a very unique furniture paint application and technique
Cover the entire piece covering up the layers of glue and chunks of wax. Let dry completely.
a very unique furniture paint application and technique
Ooooo! I really love this part! Using a putty knife gently flake away all those chunks of wax so that all the under layers of color will pop through!
a very unique furniture paint application and technique
Nect cover entire piece with Clear Patina from the DIY Paint line to seal.
a very unique furniture paint application and technique
lastly you can apply glazes or waxes of your choice! I used clear wax mixed with dark wax from DIY Paint line to achieve this final aging look!
Notice I added copper to the decorative detailing and handle to help match the inside of the stand to the copper tin!
a very unique furniture paint application and technique
see full demo of this entire look in my online video!
a very unique furniture paint application and technique


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Suggested materials:

  • Diy Paint Products  (https://diypaint.co/?aff=17)
  • IOD Moulds  (http://amzn.to/2l6vR5I)
  • Finnabair paste  (http://amzn.to/2rkDe8p)
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2 questions
  • Melissa V
    on Jun 21, 2017

    What is the hole in the top for? Was this a humidor?
  • Dianab
    on Jun 21, 2017

    I have always let the glue dry before applying paint. I use heavy and light applications to get different size cracks. Do you get a different result using the glue wet to paint over?

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