To prepare the two wooden panels, cover completely with universal primer spray and leave to dry thoroughly. Next, spray the larger panel all over in mild mint. We recommend holding the can at a distance of 25 cm and using horizontal and vertical strokes to ensure a more even coverage. For the essentials on working with edding Permanent Spray, go to our Spray basics. Leave to dry for approx. 30 mins.
To spray a section of the smaller panel in moss green, use masking film to carefully cover the area you don’t want painted. Leave to dry.
When everything is completely dry, arrange the two wooden panels the way you want them to look when mounted on the wall. Mark the position of the yellow “light beam” on the wooden panel with masking tape and, again, cover any areas that you want to remain paint-free.
Now you can get cracking with the vibrant amber paint. As before, hold the can at a distance of 25 cm. Allow the paint to dry thoroughly.
Place the lamp so that it appears to throw a yellow “beam” across your wall design. To make your artwork look even more amazing, you could even paint the actual lamp in vibrant amber to match.
Products and materials
- Two wooden panels, in different sizes
- Adhesive tape or masking tape
- Masking film to cover the blank areas
- Protective cover for spraying, gloves
- Floor lamp for presenting the design effectively
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