Objects painted with concrete paste

Objects painted with concrete paste

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Concrete paste gives all kinds of surfaces a solid, heavy appearance, and here you can see it's effect on a milk carton and a polystyrene ball.
Guide step 1
Step 1.
Stir the concrete paste well and paint or spread over in a thin layer (as a base) on the object. Here we've used a polystyrene ball. Leave to dry.
Guide step 2
Step 2.
Apply a second layer of concrete paste to the object, in the thickness required to get the desired surface texture.
Guide step 3
Step 3.
After drying for a few minutes, dab the surface evenly with a sponge on the still-wet concrete paste. Leave to dry.
Guide step 4
Step 4.
Rub the surface with sandpaper to smooth it down (or leave in the desired texture). Brush off any dust.
Guide step 5
Step 5.
Using a sponge, dab on the dark glaze onto the object. (This glaze is a paint which creates an underlying layer in between). Leave the object to dry.
Guide step 6
Step 6.
In the same way as above, now apply the light glaze to the object.
Guide step 7
TIP!
Concrete paste can be used on all sorts of materials such as glass, porcelain and pâpier maché. For example, make a flower pot out of an old milk or juice carton, as shown here.

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