how to achieve pottery look using baking soda and paint
Is t his what you had in mind?
Hi Susan, I am not sure if this is quite what you are looking for but this is how to add baking soda to paint to get a chalky finish. You could then use this to paint any piece of glass wear and it will look like pottery. Hope it helps :)
Hi Susan, here's a tutorial to get that "pottery" finish using paint and baking soda: https://thebeautyrevival.com/blog/easy-diy-textured-clay-vase-with-paint-baking-soda/
Here's some information:
If you mix 1/4 cup of baking soda in your paint, you will get that pottery look.
This might help! https://www.hometalk.com/44333878/faux-stoneware-pumpkins
Just add as much or as little baking soda to the paint as you like and then paint it on the item. Leave it to dry and then colour as required or not. Have fun!
Here is some info for you
Paint horizontally so it looks like pottery - vertical never looks right!
Hi Susan, hope this is the information I hope you are looking for to get the pottery look using baking soda and paint.
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Hello. Sometimes can use latex paints and baking soda and combine to make a chalk paint like substitute. Is this something you wish to consider.
Hi Susan, Mix your cup of paint and 1/4 cup of baking soda together. It will create a very thick chalk paint that will give you a beautiful matte finish and lots of pretty texture! Apply the baking soda and paint mixture to your vase and let dry for a few min until slightly tacky.
Check out my video Trash to Treasure.
Here is an easy DIY for a pottery look: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1XyaKd6dts
Are you looking for something like this? I updated my faux terra cotta pots with chalk paint: https://momhomeguide.com/white-washed-patio-pots/