Artisan Enhancements Pearl Plaster Four Techniques

Artisan Enhancements Pearl Plaster Four Techniques



welcome to artisan enhancements in this video we'll be going over four different techniques to use while applying purl plaster in addition to purl plaster the supplies you'll need are clear finish clear topcoat sealer stencils a Seawolf sponge and color shaper we'll be applying everything to one of our sample poly boards that has two coats of graphite chalk paint first is the dry brush or zinc effect before applying pearl Blaster you'll want to offload your brush this will help you control the effect you want dry brush pearl plaster on your board with the chip brush next is the sponge and stencil defect lightly sponge Pro plaster with a moistened sea wool sponge use the sponge to press blend and skip to create the blending effect let it dry a few minutes place a stencil over the area and tape it down if necessary to help hold down the stencil using a color shaper drag Pearl plaster over the stencil working at an angle helps you not to push the product underneath the stencil repeat several times to create a smooth even surface remove the stencil and let it dry another 15 minutes or more of the application is thick next is an all-over stencil effect place and secure your stencil drag the color shaper loaded with Pro plaster over the stencil remove the stencil and let it dry you can apply dark wax to take on a golden effect make sure to offload your brush first for a lighter effect you can seal with clear finish for a glossy look or clear topcoat sealer for a matte look thanks for watching and stop by artisan enhancements comm for more information

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