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Lemonade Jug


Nothing says summer like lemonade, and nothing says bright and easy like this colorfully painted jug.

Lemonade Jug Painting Project


DecoArt Products Required
Americana Gloss Enamels

  • DAG163 - Honey Brown --- NEW!!
  • DAG164 - Light Buttermilk --- NEW!!
  • DAG201 - Primary Yellow --- NEW!!
  • DAG228 - Bright Orange --- NEW!!
  • DAG235 - Citron Green --- NEW!!

Americana Brushes

  • DBL1002-B - Liner 2
  • DBR2004-B - Round 4


  • Foam plate
  • 3/8", 1/2" and 1 3/8" round foam pouncer brushes
  • Scissors
  • Acrylic pitcher (We used lime colored one purchased from The Dollar Store.)


1. Use 1 3/4" pouncer dipped into Primary Yellow to stamp dots for whole lemon slices.
2. Cut 1 3/4" pouncer in half on stamping end and dip into Primary Yellow to stamp lemon wedges. Let dry.
3. Use round brush and Light Buttermilk to paint sections of lemon slices (7-8 pizza slice shapes), leaving approximately 1/8" of Primary Yellow along curved edge for rind. Paint over wedges, leaving approximately 1/8" of Primary Yellow along curved edge for rind. Let dry.
4. Mix small amount of Light Buttermilk with equal part of Honey Brown; use small liner brush to paint seeds on lemons. Let dry.
5. Use 3/8" pouncer dipped into Citron Green and use 1/2" pouncer dipped into Bright Orange to paint dots around lemons. Let all dry.

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