DecoArt BBQ Buffet Trio

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by DecoArt Design Team

DecoArt BBQ Buffet Trio

Be patriotic and organized at your barbeque with a clay pot trio for your utensils.

Project Details

  • Level:beginner
  • Time:1 hour + dry time

Project Instructions

  • 1
    Notes:
    •Let paint dry before applying another color to same area you just finished painting.
    •Hair dryer can be used to speed up the process of drying the paint.
  • 2
    Knives Pot: Use flat brush and Chalkboard Paint to paint rim and top edge of pot. Use flat brush and Red Barn to paint inside of pot. Use flat brush and Summer Sky Blue to paint pot below rim. Use foam pouncer/stencil brush and Steel Grey to dot on outside of pot below rim. Use chalk or chalk marker to write utensil name on rim.
  • 3
    Forks Pot: Use flat brush and Chalkboard Paint to paint rim and top edge of pot. Use flat brush and Steel Grey to paint inside of pot. Use flat brush and Red Barn to paint pot below rim. Use round brush and Cloud White to paint stars on outside of pot below rim. Use chalk or chalk marker to write utensil name on rim.
  • 4
    Spoons Pot: Use flat brush and Chalkboard Paint to paint rim and top edge of pot. Use flat brush and Summer Sky Blue to paint inside of pot. Use flat brush and Cloud White to paint pot below rim. Use flat brush and Red Barn to paint vertical stripes on outside of pot below rim. Use chalk or chalk marker to write utensil name on rim.

Project Details

  • Level:beginner
  • Time:1 hour + dry time

Project Supplies

  • •A Few Bottles of DecoArt Multi-Surfact Satin Paint in True Blue, Cotton Ball, Steel Grey, Red Hot and Black Chalkboard Paint
  • •Crayola Chalk White or Marvy Uchida Bistro Chalk Marker White
  • •Three Main Line Pottery 4" Standard Clay Pots
  • •Daler-Rowney Simply Simmons Synthetic Acrylic and Multi Media Brush 3/4 Flat Wash & Round Size 3
  • •Nicole™ Crafts 1/2" Stencil Brush
  • •Hair Dryer (optional - see step 1) & Foam Plate or Palette