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Sushi Chef Apron

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So maybe you're not a sushi chef, but you still don't want fish scales or any other cooking spills cramping your style. Make this Sushi Chef Apron from Testors with airbrush stencils to give dinner a Japanese flavor without the raw eel and seaweed.

Sushi Chef Apron

Materials:

  • ColorArtz Starter Kit (Colors used: Platinum Ring and Atomic)
  • Plain canvas apron
  • Blue Painter's Masking Tape
  • Newsprint
  • ColorArtz Sushi Chef Stencil Collection

Instructions:

  1. Prepare a flat work surface with a drop cloth.
     
  2. If you are new to ColorArtz, practice on a sample.
     
  3. Lay tote bag flat with handles out flat.
     
  4. Remove stencil backing and place self-adhesive stencil into position.
     
  5. Make sure stencil is fully adhered to the fabric.
     
  6. Place sheets of newsprint overlapping the edges of the stencil and tape down with masking tape. Make sure the entire apron is fully covered and only the areas to be painted are uncovered.
     
  7. If multiple colors are desired within one stencil design, lightly mask off areas that will be sprayed a separate color using masking tape.
     
  8. Apply first color spraying light mist coats. Do not soak with paint. Be careful not to spray at an angle to avoid lifting the stencil.
     
  9. Let project dry.
     
  10. Remove tape masking areas to be painted with second color. Tape over the areas painted with the first color. Apply second color. Repeat steps 7 through 9 for each color.
     
  11. Hint: Additional colors can be created by overspraying colors starting with the lightest color and moving to darker colors. For example: Mango Tango over Gremlin would create brown.
     
  12. Once entire stencil is painted, move stencil to another area and repeat.

 

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