ML Furnitures Custom Bermuda Blending

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I thought I'd share a set of end tables I had completed using ML furniture custom Bermuda blending technique Maria is a master at blending and I have been very fortunate to be able to learn from her she has posted a tutorial on how to achieve this look on her very own hometalk post which you can see here.
Using pixie dust and ML Furnitures custom Bermuda blending colors I was able to achieve a unique and beautiful piece!
I started this project by first cleaning the end table with Degreaser and allowing it to be fully dry once dry I used pixie blenders Bermuda blending custom colors you can get them at the pixie dust website I followed Maria's blending technique to get the Bermuda look I was going for
Once I got Maria's custom blues and oranges in place I then added unicorn spit to enhance the colors of the piece. Then sanded lightly to have a nice cohesion of blending
After I added the Gold's (gold acrylic paint) in accented places that I liked as well as placed a dark wax in the dust collection spots only as a highlight for a more antique finish
I finally finished sealing the piece in a polycrylic satin finish by MinWax in 2 coats using a softer brush.
A close-up of the finished piece
All done!

Thank you for looking!
Suggested materials:
  • Pixie dust bermuda blending custom paints   (
  • Assorted brushed   (home Depot)
  • Unicorn spit   (
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