I've always loved Piero Fornasetti's work. Sadly, it's just too expensive for me to buy so I created a table in homage to him........and it looks great in my guest room, too!
I’ve finally found a way to make metallic images to apply to furniture. This table isn’t just about making decoupage, folks….This is about finding new ways to do it! My first failure was spray painting copy paper with gold spray paint and running it through a copy machine. Boy did I get in trouble for that one! My next few attempts were just as unsuccessful. Then one day I realized that you can copy on clear acetate paper. The light bulb went off and so did I!
Images that you want to adhere to a table
Table in need of an overhaul
1” wide paintbrush
Black high gloss Krylon Fusion spray paint
Copy center that makes acetate copies
Metallic gold Krylon spray paint
Minwax Polycrylic Protective Finish in high gloss
2” wide latex brush
1. Spray paint your table with the high gloss black paint.
2. Copy your images at the copy center on clear acetate paper.
3. Spray paint the entire page in the metallic gold spray paint.
4. Cut out your images after the metallic paint is dry.
5. Experiment with your images and figure out where you want them to be placed.
6. Paint the metallic side of the image with glue and adhere it to the table.
7. Continue this until the entire table is covered the way you want it.
8. After the images dry for a few hours, cover your entire table in the Minwax Polycrylic Protective Finish with your 2” wide latex brush.
For an extra special touch, take a Krylon Gold Painter's Pen and edge the table.
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