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How to use Fusion Mineral Paint on Ceramics

Ever wondered how to use Fusion Mineral Paint on ceramics? Sharing a fun tutorial on how to and add some farmhouse charm to dated pieces | www.raggedy-bits.com

It’s that fun time of the month again for our monthly Craft De-Stash Challenge! I love it because it means that things that have been staring at me in my craft room get finished! This goes for these 2 green ceramic bird tea light holders that I found at Kmart some time ago. I really love them but the particular green that they were just didn’t fit in with our decor so much anymore. So today I’m sharing how to use Fusion Mineral Paint on Ceramics using these 2 little birdies!

How to use Fusion Mineral Paint on Ceramics

Ever wondered how to use Fusion Mineral Paint on ceramics? Sharing a fun tutorial on how to and add some farmhouse charm to dated pieces | www.raggedy-bits.com

 

Supplies Needed:

 

Ever wondered how to use Fusion Mineral Paint on ceramics? Sharing a fun tutorial on how to and add some farmhouse charm to dated pieces | www.raggedy-bits.com

 

Step 1 –  Using a paint brush apply the Ultra Grip. You will only need one coat. This allows the paint to adhere to the ceramic. It goes on milky but once it dries it will become transparent. Allow to dry completely.

 

Ever wondered how to use Fusion Mineral Paint on ceramics? Sharing a fun tutorial on how to and add some farmhouse charm to dated pieces | www.raggedy-bits.com

 

Step 2– Using a fresh brush paint the birds with Picket Fence. Allow to dry.

 

Ever wondered how to use Fusion Mineral Paint on ceramics? Sharing a fun tutorial on how to and add some farmhouse charm to dated pieces | www.raggedy-bits.com

 

 

Step 3 – Apply a second coat of Picket Fence and allow to dry.

 

Ever wondered how to use Fusion Mineral Paint on ceramics? Sharing a fun tutorial on how to and add some farmhouse charm to dated pieces | www.raggedy-bits.com

 

Step 4 – Take your soft cloth and apply the antiquing wax. If you prefer to not go for the aged look just leave out this step.

 

Ever wondered how to use Fusion Mineral Paint on ceramics? Sharing a fun tutorial on how to and add some farmhouse charm to dated pieces | www.raggedy-bits.com

 

 

And that’s it!! Four easy steps to transforming dated ceramics using Fusion Mineral Paint! If white’s not your colour and you would prefer something else be sure to check out all of the other fabulous colours it the Fusion Mineral Paint Range. The possibilities are endless!
Don’t forget to check out below what my fellow Craft De-Stashers have been up to!

Happy Painting!



Every month, a group of bloggers challenge each other to create a new craft or project from their own stash of goodies! Check out some awesome creations you might be able to make from your own stash! #CraftRoomDestashChallenge
Every month, a group of bloggers challenge each other to create a new craft or project from their own stash of goodies! Check out some awesome creations you might be able to make from your own stash! | www.raggey-bits.com

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Ever wondered how to use Fusion Mineral Paint on ceramics? Sharing a fun tutorial on how to and add some farmhouse charm to dated pieces | www.raggedy-bits.com

 

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26 comments

  1. Ah! I have a little bird very similar to these, but mine is yellow. I wasn’t sure what type of paint would be best to cover him with, because I have thought of painting him to match my decor better. I’ll have to give the fusion mineral paint a try, because these look great. They’ve got a very high-end boutique look to them. Great job, pinning 🙂

  2. I’ve painted ceramics with regular chalk paint & even with wax it comes off if you rub too hard. That “ultra grip” seems to be what I was missing, so I’ll be checking that out!

  3. Hey Sam, I kept wondering for a long time now, how to paint stuff that is shiny and the surface won’t be grippy enough for the paint to stay. I live in Germany and I need to see if I can get the paint you recommended. I love the outcome a lot!

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