Plaster of paris formula

Silicon mold, Plaster of Paris, Elmer's Wood Glue, her formula and brushes you will never use for paint again...

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Plaster of Paris has numerous applications in arts, medicine, household decoration, etc. It is also a favorite material used by kids for craft work and school projects. Here is how to make it.

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Recipe for Gesso 1/2 cup plaster of Paris 1 cup acrylic paint , 1/2 cup of white regular glue Thank you for watching this video. If you enjoyed the video I'd...

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chalk paint-mix 4T Plaster of Paris& 2T water in container Put 2c latex paint in other container Mix plaster of paris mix w paint when smooth-thick consistency If too thick add T water Keep lid on paint or store in zip loc bag Paint edges w/ blk paint cover w vaseline paint 2 coats dry overnight wand off edges Protect with Minwax paste finishing Wax let soak 30 min wipe off

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make your own chalk paint. The formula should read 4 Tblspn of plaster of paris (not 5).

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Chalk-Finish Paint Recipe - Mix 1/3 cup of plaster of Paris and 1/3 cup of cool water; stir until completely smooth. Mix that with 1 cup of latex paint and stir thoroughly. This will make enough chalk-finish paint for one coat on a six-drawer dresser. Chalk-finish paint should not be stored and reused. If you have a smaller project, mix smaller amounts of plaster, paint, and water in the same proportions.

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Make your own home made TEXTURE PASTE/Medium!! Super easy! (click photo for recipe & example of layout using the texture medium!)

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Make your own chalk paint! This is how I make mine. 1 part plaster of paris ($7 for a container that lasts!) 1 part water 3 parts latex paint ($3 for a sample size 7.5 to 8 oz) That's it! And the paint samples at Lowe's or Home Depot are perfect for making a single batch of a fun color. Soooo much cheaper than Anne Sloan.

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