You can use this technique to create beautiful tabletops, countertops, backsplashes as well as cabinet doors!
- Haksons Resin & Hardener -Ultra Clear High Gloss Epoxy Resin Coat -Grade I
- Acrylic Paint – Titanium White & Prussian Blue
- Powder Free Disposable Glove
- Paint Brush
- Foam Paint Roller
- Masking Tape
- 18 x 18 Inch Plywood
- Plastic Container
- Plastic Measuring Spoons
- Wooden Sticks
Step 1: Paint your plywood with a coat of the Prussian Blue Acrylic Paint
Step 2: Make sure the paint is completely dry, with the help of the masking tape secure your stencil on the wood.
Step 3: Using a dense foam paint roller go over your stencil with the Titanium White Acrylic Paint. In between dipping your roller into fresh paint make sure you remove the excess each time on a plastic sheet in order to prevent the paint from bleeding through the stencil.
Step 4: Continue repeating this until your entire surface is covered with the repetitive pattern.
Step 5: When your paint is completely dry, it’s time to make the tile effect come to life, you will need around 450 ml of resin. After it’s cured pour it onto the wood, with the help of a wooden stick guide the resin to cover the surface. 24 hours later it’s ready to use!
ABOUT THE ARTIST
@krishnatolia – She is a self-taught artist from Mumbai who draws most of her inspiration from nature and loves the conflicting simplicity and complexity of abstract art.
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