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Stunning finish created on this vintage blanket chest by Casa de los Boggans! It started with a base coat in Coco, followed by a Graphite tinted Scumble glaze. The details were dry brushed with a French Linen/Pearl Plaster mix. Finally, Clear Topcoat Sealer was applied for a protective matte finish! Beautiful!

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Homeowner says, "surface on the shower walls is called SkimStone. We'd never seen it used on a shower before (just countertops), but it's really easy to use. It goes on like joint compound and looks like polished concrete. I did two coats of SkimStone and then 10 coats of a concrete water sealer. Very inexpensive and easy!"

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Stacked sculpture- using painted plaster sculptures. Put on primer first and then acrylic paint with a polyurethane sealer and finish

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from This Old House

Everything You Need to Cast Plaster Details

Coat what you want to mold in Vaseline and cover with thick layer of 100% silicone sealant; Let it cure; remove mold and fill with plaster of paris

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from Etsy

Daiki the Cat - Paper Mache Cat Sculpture

Daiki is crazy, fun loving kitty measuring 8.5" Tx 3.5" Dx 12" L she was created over a wire/cardboard armature, covered with a special paper mache clay, plaster of paris gesso then lovingly hand painted with acrylic paints and protected with a Krylon sealant. She is one of a kind, signed and dated. She would love to be part of your cat collection :-)

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1/2 cup salt, 1/2 cup flour, 1/4 cup water. Mix and roll. Press adult hand 1st and child's second.

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