Mixed Media Wall Décor with Multi-Surface Paints

Hello creative souls, DT member Hema Bhat here today with an inspirational project for the blog challenge#31 – Anything goes with Multi surface paints.

The newly released archival multi-surface paints are

  • Premium water based, acid free, non-toxic, suitable to be applied on various surfaces
  • Satin finish with great coverage
  • Suitable for indoor and outdoor usage
  • Can be used on various surfaces including paper, clay, glass, metal, plastic, terracotta, ceramic etc.
  • Self sealing, requires no primer or varnish

Using these amazing paints I have created a beautiful and quick wall decor.

Here’s the step by step tutorial:

I had this old MDF dry fruit tray in my stash which I wanted to upcycle into a wall decor. I started by sanding it until the old paper and glue was gone. Then I used a wet wipe to clean it and let it dry.

I gave 2 coats of gesso as the MDF was old. But you can skip this and use the multi-surface paints directly as they don’t need a primer.

Next, I used a floral stencil on the base of the MDF panel using Little Birdie mixed media paste and a palette knife. I used masking tape around the design I needed to do that before I started to work on it.

 

 

I had a 6*6 inch MDF which I wanted to place in the centre of the panel. Using Little Birdie Deco Magic I adhered a design from the filament paper – Unicorn Dreams. I sealed the paper using the same glue. Once it dried, I sanded off the edges and painted the edges with multi-surface paint – Pink Swirl. I adhered it with wood glue after I highlighted the stencil design with Pink Swirl and Dandelion multi-surface paints with the help of a sponge dauber.

I painted the outer side of the panel by mixing Snow Dove, Sea Wave and Lime Punch. I then mixed Lime Punch, Snow Dove, Dandelion and Sea Wave to Mixed Media paste to get a light teal colour and applied it on 4*4 inch stencil – Mountain Peaks with a palette knife. I created a pattern on the edges.

I used Mont Marte clay on Resin Silicone Mould- Spring Garden and made few clay embellishments. I simply loved the result, so thought of adding clay leaves to my project. I painted them with Multi surface paints and highlighted the lines with Little Birdie metallic wax – Antique Gold.

Finally I sealed everything with 2 coats of Little Birdie Deco Varnish Glossy with 6 to 8 hours drying time between each coat.

The project looked incomplete without some beautiful Little Birdie handmade flowers. Hence I adhered them using silicon glue.  I have fixed a hook at the back to hang it on the wall. My wall decor is ready.

More pics:

 

Thank you for stopping by. See you soon with another project. Till then happy crafting!

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List of supplies used:

Archival Multi-Surface Paint 60ml- Pink Swirl

Archival Multi-Surface Paint 60ml – Sea Wave

Archival Multi-Surface Paint 60ml – Dandelion

Archival Multi-Surface Paint 60ml – Lime Punch

Archival Multi-Surface Paint 60ml – Musk Rose

Archival Multi-Surface Paint 60ml – Snow Dove

 

Decoupage Filament Paper A4 Size 2Sheets -Unicorn Dreams

Deco Magic Glue Glossy

Mixed Media Paste 2 In 1 – White 400gm

Mont Marte Palette Knife – No.6

Stencil Floral -7.3x 9.7Inch, 1 Piece

Stencil Mountain Peaks – 4×4 Inch, 1Pc

Mont Marte Air Hardening Modelling Clay – White, 500gm

Resin Silicone Mould- Spring Garden

Metallic Wax – Antique Gold

Decor Varnish – Gloss, 100 ml

Masking Tape – 1/2 inch

Handmade Flower Heleen, Fairy Sparkle

Silicon Liquid Glue – 100ml

Acrylic Gesso-White

Frame Hook Hanger D Ring

 

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