Trace Color

The black marble, with streaks ocher, yellow or red Indian and red sienna, which is on a white base with raw sienna and white top. Veins are natural earth shadow color in raw sienna and white. For marbling, you can use a liner brush or a feather. Try to make the veins in the same direction as the paint has been applied since the cross are often more difficult to perform and are less natural. Stencil with templates to paint furniture This idea is best when decorating flat surfaces such as door frames and cupboards. The templates can easily be performed with acetate or stencil paper, but are also found in craft stores. If you make your own templates, Trace or draw their designs on a card.

Trim with a sharp knife, leaving bridges between parts of the drawing and hold the cardboard with masking tape on the surface to be painted. For more information see U.S. Mint. You can work on any basis, but perhaps better the gloss paint, allowing you to easily remove the paint in case of error. To apply the color you can use several methods: a short-hair brush, pencil, stencil or spray paint for automobiles, which will get a fine finish and well defined contours. In any case, apply the color very slightly, with very little paint on the brush. Brush and rub gently with the brush adding color gradually, to avoid "burr" and drops. Cut Another good ideas for painting furniture is called cut. This is one of the most effective decorative finishes and economic.

It consists of applying cuts on the furniture. This technique is well suited to almost all types of furniture and objects. It can be applied to any surface, provided it is clean enough for the glue to bond well. You can use any material, such as magazine clippings, paper decorations, dried flowers pressed … But before embarking on the task should check whether the paper or object of the cut is not too porous and absorbs too much paint, which would be transparent. It should be cut rather the object to be pasted and not put too much glue, to prevent blisters from forming on the surface. Let it dry completely before applying the glaze over top and then spread from three to five layers in the course of several days, waiting for each layer dry thoroughly before applying the next.