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"Bulldog Parking" Team Spirit Seat Cushion

Americana® Multi-Surface Acrylics

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"Bulldog Parking" Team Spirit Seat Cushion

designed by Felicity Greiner

Have fun at the game in comfort with a team spirit seat cushion customized using Americana® Multi-Surface Acrylics.

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Learn more about Americana® Multi-Surface Acrylics.

SUPPLIES

Americana® Multi-Surface Acrylics

  • Black Tie (DA539)
  • Cotton Ball (DA500)
  • Dolphin (DA537)
  • Silver (Metallic) (DA550)

Other supplies

  • water container
  • palette or plastic plate
  • paper towels
  • transfer paper
  • pencil
  • #3 round brush
  • art or cosmetic sponge
  • #0 liner brush
  • Silhouette electronic cutting machine (Silhouette America)
  • Con-Tact® paper
  • seat cushion

INSTRUCTIONS

NOTE: Let dry completely between painting steps.

  1. Clean the seat cushion surface according to label directions.
    Step 0 Example
  2. Transfer the image in the center of the cushion using transfer paper.
    Step 1 Example
  3. Paint in the jowls, teeth, and eye area in Cotton Ball with a #3 round brush. Paint the rest of the head in Dolphin. (This will take several coats to achieve desired opacity. Allow the paint to dry completely between coats.)
    Step 2 Example
  4. Paint the collar and nose in Black Tie. Use a liner brush to apply details in Black Tie.
    Step 3 Example
  5. Paint the eye, teeth, and collar spikes in Cotton Ball.
    Step 4 Example
  6. Cut out the lettering to the desired size with a Silhouette machine. Position "parking" under the bulldog logo and the "bulldog" text above the bulldog logo. Using a cosmetic sponge, apply Silver (Metallic) to the stencils. (This will take several coats to achieve desired opacity; allow paint to dry completely between coats.)
    Step 5 Example
  7. Outline the remaining details of the bulldog logo in Black Tie with a liner brush.
    Step 6 Example
  8. Outline the text and free-hand the centers of the lettering in Black Tie using a liner brush.
    Step 7 Example