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Southwest Terra Cotta Tray

Bring the color and texture of the southwest to your home with this Southwest Terra Cotta Tray. In just three simple steps, you can transform a plain wood tray into something beautiful. The terra cotta color really makes this piece unique. Apply one color first and then add more on top to create a one-of-a-kind design. Make sure to cover the piece with a glossy finish so it really stands out. Place this piece on a coffee or dining room table to ensure that it gets noticed. It looks great on its own or when covered with small keepsakes.

Southwest Terra Cotta Tray


Materials:

  • DecoArt Triple Thick Gloss Glaze TG01-3 - Triple Thick Gloss Glaze, 2-oz. Brush-On
  • DecoArt Palette Knife - DT02 - Palette Knife
  • DecoArt Elegant Finish Glazes - DGM01 - Renaissance Brown, DGM02 - Luminous Gold, DGM03 - Medieval Gold
  • DecoArt Texture Terra Cotta TXT03 - Grand Canyon
  • 12" flat brush
  • Paper towels
  • 16" round wood tray

 

Instructions:

  1. Use palette knife to apply Grand Canyon Texture Terra Cotta over entire tray.
     
  2. Use brush to apply Renaissance Brown, Luminous Gold, and Medieval Gold Elegant Finish Glazes around tray edge, pulling color in wavy lines toward tray center. Let dry.
     
  3. Apply Triple Thick Gloss Glaze. Let dry.
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