Are you tired of using the same old paint colors when working on your DIY projects? If you're looking for a new and exciting technique to transform your favorite furniture piece or create beautiful home décor, then blending paint colours with decoupage might just be the perfect match for you. In this blog post, we'll show you how to extend images using this technique, and how to choose the perfect colour combinations to create stunning, one-of-a-kind designs. We'll also introduce you to some of the best products to use, such as Mint Decoupage Papers and Mint Mineral Paint.
Blending paint colours with decoupage is a fun and easy technique that can help you create unique, eye-catching designs. The first step is to choose the image you want to use for your decoupage. You can use anything from vintage botanical prints to modern graphic designs, as long as they are printed on thin paper that won't wrinkle or bubble. The Mint Decoupage Papers are perfect for this, as they are specially designed for decoupage and come in a variety of beautiful designs.
Once you have your image, you can start painting your furniture piece or home décor item with the Mint Mineral Paint. This paint is perfect for blending, as it is water-based and dries quickly, allowing you to layer colors without having to wait too long. You can choose any colors you like, but we recommend selecting colors that complement your decoupage image (all of the Mint Decoupage Papers come with corresponding paint colours - see underneath each paper)
When blending paint colors, start with the lighter shades and work your way up to the darker ones. You can use a dry brush technique, dipping your brush into one color and then lightly brushing it onto the surface, then repeating with the next color until you achieve your desired blend. You can also use a damp sponge or cloth to blend the colors together more seamlessly.
Blending paint colors with decoupage is a fun and creative way to transform your furniture and home décor. It allows you to create unique, personalized pieces that reflect your style and personality. By using products like Mint Decoupage Papers, Mint Mineral Paint you can achieve professional-looking results at home. So why not give this technique a try and see what beautiful designs you can come up with? Happy DIYing!
*Mint Decoupage Paper used Sail Away, Mint Mineral Paint colours in Riverbank Green, Michelle's Lipstick, Woollen Jumper, In The Deep, Greylead and Time and Space