I was going to use the colour scheme of pink white and orange and had the desire to create a tie dye effect on the outside to give it personality!
How to Turn a Dull Old Cupboard Into Bright Tie Dye Effect Must Have
This dull old but well made cupboard was for sale in my local charity shop for just £4! Such a bargain So I quickly whipped it away knowing just the perfect space for it once I’d given it a transformative colourful makeover!
I squirt the unicorn spit in various swirling patterns onto the surface of the cupboard and then spray it over with water.
The water spray helps the movement of paint and even coverage and also create unique pattern once we cover it with polythene bag.
I Cover the surface with a recycle semi transparent plastic bag. Smoothing the wrinkles and spreading paint slowly and gently to ensure good even distribution of colour.
The patterns and techniques are so varied and unique as no two attempts are the same. Blending in ways you feel give your desired look.
i then whip off the plastic bag in one direction revealing the colourful blended pattern.
I paint inside the shelves and door.
The inside I wanted plain so just used in same colours with sponge applicator.
I repeat tie dye look with the unicorn spit stain and gel process on all sides
The cupboard is best to be left over night to dry. Then begin to place in my bathroom ready to get tidying all the bits that look better out of view.
I am so thrilled with the vibrancy and blend of random pattern. Is perfectly placed now in my bathroom!