- Design Master Colortool Spray (Copper, Robin's Egg, Hunter Green, Flat Black, Clear Finish Matte)
- Picture Frame (new or old)
- Fine Grade Sand Paper
- Water Misting Bottle
- Paper Towel
Protect area from overspray with newspaper.
Remove the glass and backing from the frame. Lightly sand the surface if slick. Ensure frame is clean.
Base coat the frame with Copper by spraying approx. 12-inches from the surface, using parallel, back and forth strokes. Apply 2 light coats, let dry between coats.
From about 15-inches away, mist frame surface with water. Note: Different amounts of water will produce various sized water droplets thus different effects.
At random, spray Robin’s Egg over water droplets. Dab or lightly wipe off moisture with a paper towel.
Repeat steps 4 & 5 layering color with Hunter Green and Flat Black.
If the finish looks too uniform, repeat the mist-spray-dab process on areas with selected color.
If desired, apply a protective topcoat of Clear Finish Matte for added durability.