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Fluid Art l Easy Poured Wall Art

DecoArt® Fluid Art Ready to Pour™

Fluid Art l Easy Poured Wall Art
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Fluid Art l Easy Poured Wall Art

designed by Crimson Duvall

Use DecoArt® Fluid Art Ready to Pour™ to create unique abstract wall art on glass for your home or work office.

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SUPPLIES

Americana® Decou-Page™

  • Gloss Decou-Page (DS101)

DecoArt® Fluid Art Ready to Pour™

  • Beige (DFA21)
  • Blue Violet (DFA17)
  • Bright Violet (DFA26)
  • Bright Yellow (DFA08)
  • Burnt Umber (DFA18)
  • Chartreuse (DFA09)
  • Coral (DFA05)
  • Dark Aquamarine (DFA10)
  • Deep Turquoise (DFA14)
  • Emerald Green (DFA11)
  • Fuchsia (DFA22)
  • Grey (DFA19)
  • Ivory (DFA23)
  • Jet Black (DFA20)
  • Lavender (DFA16)
  • Mint Green (DFA24)
  • Navy (DFA25)
  • Pink (DFA02)
  • Sky Blue (DFA12)
  • Tropical Blue (DFA13)
  • True Blue (DFA15)
  • True Red (DFA03)

Other supplies

  • rubbing alcohol
  • painter's tape
  • freezer paper
  • wooden board (or other stiff board)
  • small flat brush
  • paper towels
  • gold picture frame (any size or color) (michaels)

INSTRUCTIONS

NOTES: Not all the colors listed are needed, but you want a wide variety of colors. This is an easy way to create beautiful abstract glass wall art. It is also super fun for anyone to do.

  1. Pick a frame (with glass) that you like and want to use. (I think gold goes very nicely with the modern shapes and bright colors. TIP: If your frame is not gold, just paint it.)
    Step 0 Example
  2. Remove the back of the frame.
    Step 1 Example
  3. Lay a small paintbrush under the metal tabs on the back of the frame and fold the tabs over. Pull out the paintbrush and bend the tabs inward so that they hold the glass in the frame but do not show from the front.
    Step 2 Example
  4. Lay out some freezer paper, shiny side up. Pour different sized dots of Fluid Art Ready to Pour onto the freezer paper and allow to dry. (TIP: Tape down freezer paper onto a stiff board to move around easily while drying.)
    Step 3 Example
  5. Pour a wide variety of different colors and different-sized dots so you have plenty to choose from.
    Step 4 Example
  6. Clean the glass of the frame with rubbing alcohol and a paper towel to remove any oil and dirt.
    Step 5 Example
  7. When the paint dots are dry, peel away from the freezer paper.
    Step 6 Example
  8. Apply Gloss Decou-Page to the back of the dot with a small flat brush. Stick the dot to the glass of the frame.
    Step 7 Example
  9. Place dots of various colors and sizes to the glass.
    Step 8 Example
  10. Build up your dot shapes by adhering different colors and sizes of dots to the previous ones. (TIP: Build up your dots BEFORE adhering to see what it will look like first!)
    Step 9 Example
  11. Just keep adding more dots until you get the look you want. Let dots dry completely and replace the frame backing.
    Step 10 Example