My teacup and my table now completed. I am very happy with how this turned out. I took a close up to show how very imperfect this is. Go ahead look very very close at this. Layering of each color transfers the pattern without even really trying. I took each color and moved it around the table in about the approximate place it should be.
Table top, lower shelf, tea cup and paint. Yes I spread my paints out on a white plate. Makes it easier for me to tone down, mix the right colors and keep my pallet close.
This is that lower shelf. I am so glad I trimmed in blue and decided to take the time to paint the lower shelf. It did not take any extra time in that the layering of color was just dabbling.
Right back where I started. From a teacup to a table. I love this!
Looking down at the table notice my almost perfect blue trim around the table. Really? Who paints perfection like that? Not me. When my table was complete and I was happy with my pattern, I took a fine white paintbrush. I then went over the oopsies on the table itself. You know like getting your hand in the way and then getting paint where you did not see it. I painted white over all those little imperfections.
What is your next project? This table took me about three hours to complete from start to finish. I did not not complete it one sitting. I let the white paint drive over night. Even though the bottle said it would take only 30 minutes to try, there is the risk of a tacky feel, and then every little thumb print is recorded. Sunday I took the earlier afternoon and stuck to the painting of the pattern.
Next time I am going to do a step by step covering of mirror with some really colorful and fun fabric. Happy Teacup and Table
Very Much a happy Designer,