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Poured Paint Peg Doll Family and Houses

DecoArt® Pouring Medium™

Poured Paint Peg Doll Family and Houses
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Poured Paint Peg Doll Family and Houses

designed by PLA Schneider

Bring a wooden peg doll family and houses to life in living color with DecoArt® Pouring Medium™.

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Learn more about DecoArt® Pouring Medium™.

SUPPLIES

Americana® Acrylics

  • Baby Pink (DAO31)
  • Cadmium Yellow (DAO10)
  • Calypso Blue (DA234)
  • Festive Green (DA230)
  • Primary Red (DA199)

DecoArt® Pouring Medium™

  • Pouring Medium (DS135)

Other supplies

  • black permanent marker
  • craft sticks
  • wooden houses
  • peg people
  • plastic cups
  • aluminum pan (to catch pouring drips)

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. (PINK PEG PEOPLE) Pour Baby Pink, Primary Red, Festive Green, Cadmium Yellow, and Snow (Titanium) White into separate plastic cups. (Pour larger amount of Peony Pink.) Add an appropriate amount of Pouring Medium (see label) into each cup and mix well. Slowly pour all paint colors into a single cup, creating a "dirty pour". Slowly pour the cup over the peg people.
    Step 0 Example
  2. (RED PEG PEOPLE) Pour Primary Red, Festive Green, Cadmium Yellow, and Snow White into separate plastic cups. (Pour a larger amount of Primary Red.) Add an appropriate amount of Pouring Medium (see label) to each cup and mix well. Slowly pour all the paint colors into a single cup creating a "dirty pour". Slowly pour the cup over the peg people.
    Step 1 Example
  3. Once dry, use a black fine-tip permanent marker to free-hand simple faces.
    Step 2 Example
  4. Pour Calypso Blue, Festive Green, Cadmium Yellow, Primary Red, and Snow White into separate plastic cups. (Pour a larger amount of Calypso Blue.) Add an appropriate amount of Pouring Medium (see label) to each cup and mix well. Slowly pour all the paint colors into a single cup creating a "dirty pour". Slowly pour the cup over the houses.
    Step 3 Example
  5. Once dry, free-hand simple doors, windows and accents with the black marker.
    Step 4 Example