IBP Textured Sign Technique

Join me today as I share a fun textured paint technique to make all your sign projects really stand out. Thanks to the help of my longtime crafting buddy, Andrea McAllister I will walk you through step-by-step so you can create awesome textured signs too! Be sure to follow Lori on Pinterest for other inspiring ideas: http://pinterest.com/allreddesign




You will want to use a photo texture cream or gel medium from the art
department at most craft stores.
Step 1: Use the Gel Medium to coat the surface - be sure
to create a design like swirls or chevron or brush strokes. Let
dry completely before proceeding.
Step 2: Spray Paint the color you want to show up when you sand
and makes your texture pop. Let dry.

Step 3: Spray paint the color you want your "words" to be on your
sign, mine are white so I added a layer of white spray paint. Let dry.

Step 4: Add your vinyl cut out, make sure you apply it well and seal
the edges as much as possible. Then spray pain the color you
want around your words (mine is red) and let dry.

Step 5: Peal off the vinyl.
Step 6: Sand the surface - be sure to go all different directions to
make the texture pop. Clean off with a cloth and spray light coat
of clear varnish.


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3 comments:

  1. Love this idea! It is too cold right now for me to spray paint but this is definitely going on my to do list. Thanks for sharing.

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