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by Rhonda Rainey


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As Rhonda Rainey shows in Faux Finishing for the First Time, most of these methods are simple to achieve on the relatively small scale of candleholders, vases, lamps, boxes, and frames, or even on the larger surfaces of tabletops, bureaus, and other paintables.

As Rhonda Rainey shows in Faux Finishing for the First Time, most of these methods are simple to achieve on the relatively small scale of candleholders, vases, lamps, boxes, and frames, or even on the larger surfaces of tabletops, bureaus, and other paintables. Rainey introduces the basics of tools, supplies, and surface preparation, then-following the question-and-answer format of the First Time book series-explains 16 basic and 8 more advanced techniques, including combing, crackling, sponging, stippling, vinegar painting, gilding, tortoiseshell, wood graining, and distressing.

Published by Thriftbooks. Techniques are illustrated with a variety of color photos and a 'how do I' question/answer format lends to quick and easy consultation.

As Rhonda Rainey shows in Faux Finishing for the First Time, most of these methods are simple to achieve on the relatively small scale of candleholders, vases, lamps, boxes, and frames.

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Ultimately, faux painting (or faux finishing) is a term used to describe a decorative paint finish that replicates the appearance of another material. Marble, wood, and stone are common materials to be replicated with faux finishing. We’ve put together this general guide to faux painting and faux finishes on the interior surfaces of your home. In most cases, paint or glaze is used for a unique, stand-out effect. We hope you find the information useful.

Want to know how to give a fabulous faux finish to furniture, dishes, decorative items--virtually anything at all? Just ask! This is the place for first-timers to go to find out all the basics, laid out in a simple question-and-answer format. So, if you've thought that your garden would look far more interesting with the addition of a cement gargoyle, head right to that section and get to work immediately. Many products out on the market make the process easy, and almost all these projects take advantage of those wonderful timesavers. The highly original and fun-to-do designs include a sponged fish tank, spattered wooden bowls, a tortoiseshell tray, and a high gloss lacquer jewelry box. The result? Wonderful imitations of marble, woodgrain, antiques, and other desired finishes that will make your home look like a showplace for almost no money at all.

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I've done a lot of painting, but not faux painting. Some of the projects were interesting and different, but many looked so obviously fake I cringed. I did give the book some stars for general instructions and the projects that seemed interesting. Unfortunately, there were only a few projects that caught my eye and I even found looking through the book was boring. The photography in the book is good and the instructions seem clear for the few projects I liked.

The few interesting projects:

~ covering an objects with cement (like garden furniture or in the project, a gargoyle)

~ get the look of bronze using paint

~ applying gilding leaf

This book would be an okay edition for a beginner if you buy it used.
Faux Finishing for the first time download epub
Crafts & Hobbies
Author: Rhonda Rainey
ISBN: 0806944838
Category: Crafts, Hobbies & Home
Subcategory: Crafts & Hobbies
Language: English
Publisher: Sterling/Chapelle (September 1, 2000)
Pages: 112 pages