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Abstract Acrylic Pour on Ampersand

Give your home decor, crafts, and more a refresh with acrylic paint pouring project. Easily create beautiful marbleized designs on almost any surface with FolkArt Pre-Mixed Pouring Paint.

At a Glance:

Project #15514 Skill Level: Intermediate

This project features these great brands:

  • FolkArt Acrylic Paint Logo
  • FolkArt Mediums and Finishes Logo
supplies

Plaid Supplies

FolkArt ® Pre-mixed Pouring Paint - Bright Pink, 8 oz. - 7213

Number Needed: 1 $7.99
Item not for sale on Plaid Online.

FolkArt ® Pre-mixed Pouring Paint - Bright Blue, 8 oz. - 7220

Number Needed: 1 $7.99 $4.35
Item not for sale on Plaid Online.

FolkArt ® Pre-mixed Pouring Paint - White, 8 oz. - 7212

Number Needed: 1 $7.99
Item not for sale on Plaid Online.

F/A ACRYLIC SEALER - MATTE 12 OZ.

Number Needed: 1 $9.99
Item not for sale on Plaid Online.

Other Supplies

  • Ampersand - wood or paper mache
  • Gloves
  • Wipes
  • Plastic cups
  • Craft sticks
  • Thumb tacks
  • Cardboard
  • Baker's rack (optional)

instructions

Preparation

Create a raised, covered space to place your surface once you've poured your paint, such as thumbtacks in cardboard or a baker's rack.

Pouring Technique

Clean Pour – the Clean Pour technique allows for more controlled, flowing of paint resulting in more defined shapes. This is also called a direct pour. First, mix each color with pouring medium in a separate cup, then pour each cup individually and directly onto your project surface. Wearing gloves, then lift and tile your surface to allow the paint to flow as desired. 

Drying and Finishing

Place your painted project on the raised surface and allow to dry and cure for 24-48 hours for optimal results. Once dry, seal your project with FolkArt Acrylic Sealer.

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Related Resources

FolkArt Formula Guide

FolkArt Formula Guide

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FolkArt FAQs

FolkArt FAQs

Frequently asked questions about FolkArt Paint.

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Related FAQs

Cool colors are all the colors on the Green and Blue side of the color wheel. Yellow, Yellow/Green, Green, Blue/Green, Blue, Blue/Purple, Purple are all cool colors. All colors on the color wheel can be both warm and cool except Orange.
Transparent colors are thinned with medium or water to create a wash or a glaze of color that you can see through to the underlying surface.
Warm colors are all the colors on the yellow and red side of the color wheel. Yellow, Yellow/Orange, Orange, Red Orange, Red, Red/Purple, Purple are all warm colors. All colors on the color wheel can be both warm and cool except Orange.

Acrylic Paint Pouring 101 Guide

Acrylic Paint Pouring 101 Guide

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Disclaimer: The information found in each project is presented in good faith, but no warranty is given, nor results guaranteed, nor is freedom from any patent to be inferred. Since we have no control over physical conditions surrounding the application of information herein contained, Plaid Enterprises, Inc. disclaims any liability for untoward results.

Important: Please be sure to thoroughly read the instructions for all products, paying particular attention to all cautions and warnings shown to ensure the proper and safe use of the product.

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