Assorted Royal Aqualon Brushes Contact Paper Detail Brush Scissors Water Water-based Marker
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1. Lightly wipe ware with a damp sponge to prepare surface for painting.
2. Cut out 3 small squares from contact paper for the top 2 left and top right windows. Remove the protective backing, then adhere to the box bottom.
3. Cut out a rectangle shape from contact paper, then adhere to one edge of the box lid.
4. Cut out a long, this strip of contact paper, then adhere around the handle of the box lid.
5. Paint the entire box bottom and lid with 3 coats of Dark Sapphire. Let dry. Once dry, remove contact paper cut-outs.
6. Use a detail brush and Dark Black to paint the thin lines around the box lid handle.
7. Fill in the rectangle shape on the box lid with 2 coats of Dark Black.
8. Use a detail brush and Dark Black to create the window outline details on the box bottom. See the template as a guide. Use the same color to paint window panel bars in the top 2 windows. Add small waves of color in the remaining white window shape to create the look of words.
9. Use a detail brush and Light Grey to paint two small dashes and a small dot the door handles and knob.
10. On your palette, create a 50-50 mix of Pure White and Really White. Use 2-3 coats of this color mixture to paint a small circle on the second right window. Once dry, paint a smaller circle on top with Dark Black.
11. Use a water-based marker to sketch the "Police Box" and "Public Call" words across the rectangle shape on the lid edge. Use 2-3 coats of the white color mixture and a detail brush to trace over the letters. Let dry.