stamp set of choice
acrylic craft paint(s)
felt scrap on a plastic lid - for my stamp pad
damp towels (to immediately wipe mistakes off of the wall and to keep the stamps from getting too much paint built up on them)
interior paint and glaze
brown kraft paper (another use for the paper that comes with our SU!goodies !)
usual supplies for painting interior walls
Date: Saturday, September 11, 2004 GMT Views: 1970
Stamps: Vine and Berry
Paper: interior wall
Ink: acrylic craft paint
Registered: March 14, 2004 Location: 16 LOSTie Lane Posts: 54962
Sat, Sep 11, 2004 @ 7:09 PM
What a great job!
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Registered: March 10, 2004 Location: Posts: 24
Sun, Sep 12, 2004 @ 5:06 AM
Beautiful! You've inspired me to re-do my bathroom....I've been looking for just the right idea, and you've given it to me! This will be my next Fall project.
Your walls are ragged?
No problem stamping on the glazed finish?
Registered: March 1, 2003 Location: Illinois Posts: 253
Sun, Sep 12, 2004 @ 9:01 AM
Thank you so much ! I should have specified, sorry ! The walls were a simple semi-gloss cream color first. After laying out a guideline with a large yardstick and level to tape off (that took some patience in this un-level old farmhouse!), using acrylic craft paint on felt I stamped the border then the random leaf images. I used the vine stamp unmounted, it was a bit easier to line up. Let that dry for 24 hours, then I moved on to the painting technique. I sponged on the glaze/paint mixture, then immediately "crumpled off" the mixture with crinkled up pieces of brown packing paper. You must work quickly, keep a wet edge and rotate the paper often, don't let it get too saturated with paint, either (it won't give the crisp crinkled lines/remove the paint as well). By the way, it only took me two days to complete this room. Have fun painting / stamping your own rooms !