Blending paint with IOD moulds.

Easy Paint Blending For Home Decor And Furniture

Paint blending is a unique way to add texture and beauty to your home decor and furniture. Anytime I get a chance to play in the studio, I bust out the moulds and paint. These re-purposed cabinet doors from the Habitat For Humanity are perfect for trying out new techniques. I always encourage new furniture painters to use these for practice. Way less intimidating that a piece of furniture.

This post contains a few affiliate links to help you find the products I use. You are not charged extra to use any of the links, but any income I make will be used for more fun projects! To see my full disclaimer, click here.

Paint Blending for Home Decor and Furniture

Adding Iron Orchid Designs moulds and paint blending techniques turned this repurposed door into a work of art. #paintblending #ironorchiddesignsSupply list for this project:

I created this tutorial so that you can learn all the steps to create new and exciting finishes for your home decor and or furniture. Enjoy!

Look what you can do with a repurposed cabinet door. IOD moulds and paint blending. #paintblending #iodmoulds

IOD Moulds are a quick easy way to add details to a boring surface that is begging to be noticed. Your not gonna get missed if you look like this, that’s for sure. I chose this design because I liked the contrast of the rectangle door. Adding a round element creates a visual party. Ha! Well, it does to me. 

I love the look of paint blending with the use of glue for a crackle finish. Layers of goodness. 

How to master paint blending on home decor.

Accents With Rub N Buff Gold

I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength. Paint blending and IOD moulds. #paintblending #iodmouldsI like the way it looked after the application of light and dark wax, but it was just missing a little something something. Off to my stash of gilding waxes I went to choose just the right color. No surprise that I came back with GOLD. Shocker, right? A quick application with my finger tip in a few spots and I was happy.

Thank you so much for stopping by. I enjoy my time getting to share with you and I hope this gives inspirations to DIY your own home decor or furniture finish.

Until the next project… xo, Do