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Shall I have to apply Fevicol on MDF board for sand painting ???? (2) —primer should apply before sand bonded with Fevicol on MDF board or after sand
Had enjoyed painting a still life of Ronnie Bringles and decided I was experienced enough to set up my own still life. Love Cypriot coffee which is
I will be painting pine shelves that I bought from Home Depot. A couple of the shelves have a few knots. I'm painting the shelves a dark gray and wondered
I have a large vase that I painted and need to cure (have no pic). I realized that the vase is too tall for the oven. Can I lay it down? will the paint
What kind of paint is best to use to paint upon metal surfaces?
I am doing a project on wine glasses and I need the paint to be more solid and less transparent. What do I need to do for the technique to get this effect.
Have fun with imaginary creatures as you play with this drawing exercise. It's relaxing and stimulating all at the same time. No drawing experience needed!
Hi, We would like to change the look of our entrance door. The stained glass colour is some kind of brownish orange. I was wondering to what colours the
Should I use a sealer after baking Pebeo Vitrea 160 painted ceramic tiles?
I have painted about 15 wine glasses and have used glass paint and sharpies which i have never used before.I would like to put them in the oven to set
I have an unfinished wooden piece that I want to stain and show off the beautiful wood grain, but I also want to do decorative painting with acrylics
I was inspired to do this when I found some painted engraved rocks at the craft store. The stones can be bought at Michael's craft store and the plaque
Can I paint Vitrail over designs on glass I made using an acrylic marker? I was concerned the Vitrail will dissolve the acrylic design.
I have painted gourds for outdoor birdhouses. I used the Rustoleum® enamel and it chipped off. I contacted Rustoleum® and they said it shouldn't have done