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custom roller for Classic styles such as Stripes, Tuscan, Traditional as well as
stone-like styles (granite, faux tile, and marble).
There are 34 images in this gallerySat, 06/21/2008 - 14:25
Remember, I'm an old paper hanger, so as much as
I love the texture of tissue, I "paste" my tissue to brown builder's paper with paint, then do my faux looks, then, when dry, rip into "rocks" and
paste to whatever!!! Someday I can remove them!!!
(the key is the paste - I buy the cheap, granular
kind that you mix in cold water.)
There is 1 image in this gallerySat, 06/21/2008 - 12:16
Because the "original" rollers are no longer sold to
the public (they are part of my kit which I sell in the
classes - until they run out), I'm learning to use the
"rag" rollers. So far, I'm ok with them. I start out by twisting with the "wool" rollers to put the base coat
on, then, the second layer - with the same colors, I twist the "rag" rollers. I use the sponge once in a while to tame down the "rag" lines and make it less predictable.
There are 20 images in this gallerySat, 06/21/2008 - 12:30
Soft blends happen with the wool rollers.
But, we can "snaz" up this look to look weathered
and scratched, so they will be in the "weathered" subset.