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Springtime Canister

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The soothing tones and colors of this canister will add a springtime feel to any room. Great to use for organization during your spring cleaning! Quick and easy paint project for all skill levels and makes for calming springtime home decor ideas, from Delta Creative.
 

Springtime Leaf Canister
 

Materials:

  • Delta Ceramcoat® Acrylic Paint:
    • Wedgewood Blue 2069
    • Wedgewood Green 2070
    • Antique White 2001
    • Enchanted 2654
    • Chambray Blue 2514
  • Delta Ceramcoat® Faux Finish Glaze Base Clear 55 401 0202
  • Delta Ceramcoat® Exterior/Interior Satin Varnish 07 003 0200
  • Delta Paint & Toss Sponges 60 510 0008
  • Delta Rubber Stampede® Wood Handle Stamps
  • Rose Leaves A2491E
  • Liquid Amber A2497H
  • Oak A2488F
  • Delta Ceramcoat® Brush Cleaner 07 220 0202
  • Paper Mache Box available at your local craft store
  • Brushes- Loew-Cornell La Corneille Brushes at www.loewcornell.com
  • 1/2” and 3/4” Glaze/Wash Series 7550C
  • Small sea wool sponge
  • Water basin
  • Palette paper
  • Paper towels
  • 1/4” quilter’s or draft tape
  • 1” low-tack tape


Steps:

  1. Please take a moment to review the instructions on all product packaging before beginning any project.
     
  2. On the palette mix separate puddles of the following colors with Faux Finish Glaze Base according to package instructions; Wedgewood Blue and Antique White.
     
  3. Using the dampened sponge, sponge the entire outside of the box using the colors above. Let box dry and rinse out sponge.
     
  4. Mask off a rectangle on the front of the box using the 1” tape. Burnish the edges and paint the area with two smooth even coats of Antique White. Let dry.
     
  5. Pour a small puddle of each paint color out on the palette. Using a sponge double-loaded with two colors, refer to photo, pounce paint onto the stamp. Working quickly stamp the image onto the box. You may wish to practice this technique on a piece of paper before moving to your project.
     
  6. When done stamping carefully remove the tape.
     
  7. Using the 1/4” and low tack tapes mask off a border around the stamped area. Paint the border, top and bottom rims, handle, inside of box and lid with Wedgewood Blue. Let dry.
     
  8. Finish with 2 to 3 coats of varnish. Enjoy!
     
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