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Paint Poured Ornaments

Take your love of acrylic paint pouring to the next level by paint pouring your ornaments. Use your favorite colors to give your tree a unique marbled touch. This idea makes a great gift idea!

At a Glance:

Project #15643 Skill Level: Intermediate

This project features these great brands:

supplies

Plaid Supplies

Mod Podge ® Ultra Gloss, 8 oz. - CS44653

Number Needed: 1 $15.99
Item not for sale on Plaid Online.

FolkArt ® Treasure Gold™ - Mayan Gold, 4 oz. - 5541

Number Needed: 1 $15.99
Item not for sale on Plaid Online.

Apple Barrel ® Colors - Red Apple, 2 oz. - 20784

Number Needed: 1 $0.99
Item not for sale on Plaid Online.

Apple Barrel ® Colors - Chestnut, 2 oz. - 21391

Number Needed: 1 $0.99
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Apple Barrel ® Colors - Christmas Green, 2 oz. - 20529

Number Needed: 1 $0.99
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Other Supplies

  • Wooden Ornament Shapes
  • Mixing Cups
  • Popsicle Sticks
  • Disposable Baking Pan
  • Push Pins
 

instructions

  1. Mix 3 parts Apple Barrel Paint/Treasure Gold to 1 part Mod Podge Ultra Gloss. Stir well.
  2. Apply pushpins to the back of the wooden ornaments as supports to keep them elevated above working surface.
  3. Place ornaments on the baking pan and begin to pour bands of each color onto every ornament.
  4. Pick up and swirl each ornament until desired marbleing effect is achieved.
  5. Allow to dry overnight.

resources

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Learn about FolkArt Treasure Gold

Watch this video to learn more about the capabilities of FolkArt Treasure Gold.

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Watch this video to learn more about the capabilities of FolkArt Treasure Gold.

Related Resources

Treasure Gold Frequently Asked Questions

Treasure Gold Frequently Asked Questions

Learn about FolkArt Treasure Gold by downloading our FAQ document.

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Related FAQs

Yes, FolkArt Treasure Gold can be used to color block an area. It can also be used to basecoat larger areas, such as a piece of furniture, for a very dramatic metallic effect. When color blocking, use stencil tape or painter’s tape to mask the areas to be painted.
 
Yes, when desired, FolkArt Treasure Gold can be thinned with water, to create fine, detail decorative lines or strokework. However, if diluted too much, the opacity of the metallic paint will be reduced, and therefore, a second application to obtain a solid, opaque metallic effect is required.
FolkArt Treasure Gold dries to a luscious metallic finish when thoroughly dried and does not require a topcoat or varnish. For extra protection, however, a clear acrylic spray sealer or a brush-on varnish may be used. Keep in mind that additional topcoat or varnish will alter the original luster/sheen of FolkArt Treasure Gold.

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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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