Hello, everyone! Lee Ann from Creative Moments here!


How To:

Step 1:

First, I started out by texturizing my paint with Sea Spray to really give the stencil a raised effect.

Step 2:

Secondly, I applied the paint “paste” over the stencil. I then lifted the stencil to reveal the pattern. The paste didn’t adhere well enough, so I sanded the current stencil off and applied a coat of Slick Stick.

Step 3:

After I applied the Slick Stick and waited for it to dry, I then repeated the process for step 1 & 2.

Step 4:

Then, I brushed a coat of Coffee Bean over the entire surface.

Step 5:

Next, I applied a applied a coat of Blue Agave over the entire surface as well.

Step 6:

Thereafter, I sanded the tile to give a worn-down look with a Sanding Sponge.

Step 7:

After that, I sealed the layers of paint with Clear Coat in Satin.

Step 8:

Then, to add an aged look, I applied Best Dang Wax in Brown.

Step 9:

Optional: I added Gilding Wax to create an extra metallic element and then added one last coat of Clear Coat to seal it all together!