Assorted Royal Aqualon Brushes Compressed Sponge Contact Paper Detail Brush Pen Scissors Water
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1. Lightly wipe ware with a damp sponge to prepare surface for painting.
2. Cut out an 8" square from contact paper, remove the protective backing, then adhere as a diamond to the center of the tile.
3. Paint the tile with 3 coats of Light Ginger. Let dry.
4. Cut a compressed sponge into a small rectangle shape, then dampen the sponge with water to expand the sponge's shape.
5. Dab the sponge into Dark Wine on your palette and apply sponge to the tile surface in offset rows. Leave a small space in between each sponge impression to create the look of bricks.
6. With a detail brush and Bright Briarwood, lightly outline and accent the brick shapes. Let dry.
7. Once dry, remove the contact paper square. Fill in the masked square shape with 3 coats of Bright Butternut.
8. Paint a thick border around the square with 2 coats of Dark Black. Let dry.
9. Place a sheet of Saral Transfer Paper, red side facing down, over the square sign shape. Position the provided template on top of Saral paper, then trace over the design with a pen. Once complete, remove template and Saral paper to reveal the transferred design.
10. Fill in the sign letters with 2 coats of Dark Black. Let dry.
11. Paint the tile edges and backside with 2-3 coats of Bright Briarwood. Let dry.