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Repurposed Cabinet Door - Raised Stencil Technique

Raised Stencil Technique - How to Video
If you're looking for a non toxic option to creating raised effects, this is for you.
This cabinet door was headed for a landfill and now it’s a beautiful Coastal chic statement piece with purpose.
Time: 2 Hours Cost: $35 Difficulty: Medium
How To Video Included.
Safely create raised stencils without the use of toxic products like Bondo or spackling.
Before-Prep for paint. Follow your paints recommendations.
Attach your stencil with painters tape. Mix Coastal Candy into your favorite paint. Consistency of icing.
Apply with a plastic putty knife and carefully remove stencil. Let Dry.
Once Dry you can paint with a contrasting color or the same color. (No Coastal Candy required)
Optional, Paint with a contrasting color. Let Dry
Distress edges if desired or just the raised stencils to reveal some of the base Color.
Enhance with Glaze. I used a mixture of White paint and varnish.
Add shelf brackets and scrap wood to add a shelf.
Optional: add hooks for coats or keys.
One more piece saved from the landfill.

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  • Bromlowd
    on Nov 26, 2017

    Love it

  • Lindahntx
    on Nov 26, 2017

    Beautiful! Made some extraordinary out of ordinary!

  • Karencrutch
    on Nov 26, 2017

    Very nice, i think my sister in law may get one of these for Christmas!

  • Denise Cox
    Denise Cox Easton, MD
    on Nov 26, 2017

    I have never a craft utilizing Coastal Candy. I love this project!! Thank - you for sharing.. 😄... and Merry Christmas to everyone!!

  • Denise Cox
    Denise Cox Easton, MD
    on Nov 26, 2017

    I love this! I have never seen a craft using Coastal Candy. Thank-you for sharing!

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