quarta-feira, 3 de julho de 2013
How to make a ceramic decorated for errands!!!!!!!
Having a whiteboard (these chalk even!) In the room is very cool. You can write things, draw or ask your friends leave cute messages when you are vistar: is stylish and fun! Let the piece even more amazing opting for a different format or a particular painting. Want to learn? It is very simple:
What you will need:
01? An oval frame, the size you prefer.
02? Matte black enamel paint, found at any hardware store for construction.
03? White craft paint
04? White glue
05? A disposable plastic pot
06? A roll of foam for painting
07? Fine sandpaper to wood
08? Stencil to paint the design you choose (found at craft stores)
1. Prepare all
Before you start, line the space you will use with newspaper. So your mom will not find anything bad if you mess with paint!
Then sand the frame and the bottom of the slate with fine sandpaper. Pass a dry washcloth to dust.
2. Painting the whiteboard
Okay, now let's begin.
Put a bit of enamel paint in matte black plastic pot (like the ink is permanent, it is important that the pot is disposable). Spread the paint and roll the bottom of the frame. Allow to dry and repeat. It's nice to at least two coats of paint to look good black
This ink takes a while to dry, but if you're anxious, accelerate the process with a hair dryer! Another tip is to paint both the front and the back of the bottom of the frame, to the finish look better.
3. Painting the frame
With the white paint and brush, paint the entire frame of the slate. Allow to dry and repeat. If you find you have not got good white, apply a third.
After the white paint dries, place the stencil and fill in the designs with black ink. Go doing this until you complete all around.
After sequinho okay, turn the frame upside down and apply white glue on the edge that holds the bottom and paste, now painted black.
5. There you go!
Now just write? or ask them to write? cool things using chalk school. And when you get bored, just erase and write again.
Warning: the ideal is to wait at least a week for the black ink dry completely before starting to write and erase the chalk!