I finished all my reverse mod podge transfer projects and now I want to share a new product I just tried. It's by Modern Masters and it's part of their metal effects line. It's a two part process and I love the results. Doesn't this look like real rust on this frame?
When I showed you the verdigris finish about a month ago, I had a comment that the reader was surprised it would work on wood. That is exactly what these products are designed for. They are for taking a plain everyday item and giving it a metal like appearance.
First I painted the frame with some Annie Sloan graphite. BTW, this started out as a shiny silver frame. Then I applied two coats of the Modern Masters iron paint. I painted the first coat a month ago and got side tracked with other projects then I finally picked up this one again. When I started back on this frame I applied the second coat of iron paint. Once it was dry I sprayed on the rust activator. Five minutes later I sprayed the second coat of rust activator.
It took about an hour to achieve the full effect, but if you love rust like I do, this product is for you. I would love to do a small piece of furniture. It's so unusual and I love the results.
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