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How to Seal & Waterproof Plaster of Paris (also works on Joint Compound).
How to: How to make Faux Mosaic and Stone tiles using Joint Compound - Tutorial also includes faux stone painting technique.
How to: Joint Compound/Spackling Paste Paint Finish
How to Create Faux Bricks using Joint Compound and a Level + Brick Faux Finish Painting Tutorial
I agree!! =)
How To: Faux Stucco finish using 2 shades of Tinted Joint Compound - Tutorial
A friend offered to do this for my living room this winter...how kind is that!!
Lucky you!! What a sweet friend! =)
DIY Tutorial - Textured Plaster Canvas with Raised Stencil Technique
Low Relief Mural - great inspiration for joint compound texture using string
How to Mix, Apply & Paint A Tuscan Plaster Wall Treatment using Joint Compound.
Hi, Laura, My sister is an artist and does these types of techniques. I have found your site because I want to put a Tuscan plaster wall treatment tinted with paint on cinderblock walls in the basement bedroom that I am moving into. What would you recommend? My sister lives in Dallas and she suggested this technique to me. I do want to add color to the joint compound. Do you have any tips? If you have time of course.!! Your pins are wonderful and your boards. Thank you
Hi Diane! You can pre-tint the joint compound using Pigment Tints (available online or at home improvement stores) or use some type of Pure Pigment Dye (such as Rit Fabric Dye available at Walmart/Grocery stores). If you don't want to pre-tint, you can just paint it with wall or craft paint after it dries (allow 24 hours for the j.compound to cure). If you pre-tint, keep in mind that it will dry quite a bit lighter than it looks when it is wet. So you may want to experiment with the color a bit on some sample boards before you start on the wall. Hope this helps. Good luck with your project! :)
Laura, I thank you for your response to me. I have discovered that putting paint into the joint compound is Not working for me:)) So I will do it right! You have given me the knowledge I need! And I thank you and appreciate your time. Many blessings to you, Laura. I love all of your boards and your great great talent and gift!
DIY Textured Art Using Joint Compound/Spackling Paste
Inspiration for sculpted joint compound art.. use cookie cutters to make the basic shapes then add detail & texture with tools.
That's pretty ingenious
Ive been using joint compound to create different texured walls..faux brick, rock etc.. Ive been looking for something new. THIS is and excellet idea...Cookie Cutters would work Great!
Monster Mud Recipe - Joint Compound tinted with Latex Paint & "whipped" using a Drill Mixer attachment.
How To: Texture Painting Technique (uses Plaster of Paris, but Joint Compound would also work for this....*be sure to seal the surface)
Interesting! And soo glad u friended me! Good call!
My general crafts pinboard has a gazillion pins alone. I added this one too...if u have three days free take a gander...lol
Ok!! 3 days.. hahaha
Creating Texture Boards with Joint Compound - Video Tutorial
Love this affect
Me too & I love his technique!
inspiration.. love the geometric background mixed with the floral design.
Diy PB Knockoff Cement Finial - made from a recycled bowl, a wood finial & joint compound/spackle.
Love your style, thanks for sharing the process.
Drywall 101: Using Joint Compound for a Stucco Wall Finish - Detailed Tutorial
Lighthouse art crafted out of drywall mud/joint compound using household kitchen tools; cake decorating frosting bag/frosting tips & a spatula. Primed and painted the same color as the wall after it was completely dry.
Diy: How to make a Faux Ancient Fragment using Joint Compound & Rubber Stamps.
Fab example of Faux Breakaway Plaster Exposed Brick Using Joint Compound ♥
I sooooo wanna do this!
Me too!! I love the way this one turned out! One of the best I've seen! =)
Step-by-step Tutorial - Faux Venetian Plaster Technique using Joint Compound
How To Make Plaster (or joint compound) Wall Reliefs - Tutorial
well Im not surprised ---here I am again. Totally stalkin yer pins again. Love this one. I only have 100 boards but maybe you might find something useful in them somewhere...lol. thanks again for this one..
Haha!! I'm totally ok with stalkers Stacy! lol - I will definitely check out the rest of your boards! I'm already following your Foam carvings board - love it! =)
inspiration.. joint compound, palette knife & paint
Diy Decorative Faux-Stone Columns made from cardboard building forms (Home Depot/Lowes) & cheap terra-cotta flower pots then textured with joint compound! - Tutorial - So Cool!