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EPBOT: Metal Effects Experiments: DIY Copper Patina! Your object should be primed beforehand. After allowing two coats of Modern Masters copper paint to cure overnight, I brushed on a third coat of copper, and then quickly spritzed the whole thing with Modern Masters PA902-04 Aging Solution Blue Patina. (You need to apply the solution while the paint is still wet.) I finished off the post and base with a dark brown paint covered with black glaze, to give it a faux wood grain.
MY MOM HAD A FRIEND WITH SOME BEAUTIFUL SILVER/GRAY STAINED CABINETS WITH BLACK COUNTERS & FLOORS. THIS IS WHAT I SOMEDAY WANT IN A KITCHEN ... SOMETHING DIFFERENT FROM THE USUAL WOOD STAIN COLORS IN MOST KITCHENS. How to create an aged silver finish using Krylon metallic spray paint. I have an old dresser in the guest room that is dying to be spruced up like this.
Chalkboard Chalk – white and colors Bowl or glass of water Damp rag – Do not use paper towels – they will leave a fiber residue on your board. I used a Handi-Wipe. Q-Tips – dipped in water are the best erasers to get into tight spots and fix mistakes. Sewing measuring tape or ruler Computer fonts or art print-outs, clippings, or stencils to use as visual guides Sketch pad and pencil