I am a big fan of cutting-edge layout and yet, apart from my fixtures, I have very little present day décor. So, I figured it became time to change that. I wanted to create a type of triptych for wall artwork and have been trying to use concrete or cement as a canvas which essentially have become wall tile decor.
Since I love the atomic shapes and retro hues I have visible in Midcentury Modern wall paintings, I used that fashion as my notion. It also enables that I’m a cat lover and that black cat turned into iconic all through the Mid Century Mod length. This ended up being truly clean to make and I suppose the evaluation of the brighter paint with the darkish gray colored cement wall tiles is really pretty Prep The Concrete Wall Art Design:
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Decide what design you will paint or draw onto your tile. If you need to prepare your design first on a laptop, in preference to hand draw, then in Step 7, you may print it out and use the white transfer paper to transfer it to the tile.
Otherwise you will simply draw your design immediately onto the tile, no need to apply transfer paper between or pre-draw it and use the switch paper- again, the drawing may be Prep The Colorant:
Mix up the powder colorant. You’ll do the combination within the disposable bottle, however first lightly mix 12oz of water with approximately 1/eight cup of colorant powder in the disposable measuring cup.
You can add extra or much less colorant than this, relying on how darkish you want you wall tiles to be. The charcoal colorant stains the whole thing, so that is why you’re the usage of a disposable measuring cup.
You’ll have greater liquid colorant than you’ll want for this mission, so you’ll be capable of use the left over for any other challenge. After combining inside the measuring cup, pour it right into a water bottle. Shake it to combine up the coloring.
Make certain to re-shake this nicely simply earlier than including it to the cement due to the fact the colorant will keep isolating from the water.
Step three Mix The Cement and Colorant:
You’ll want approximately 2 scoops of the cement to make one tile if you are the use of the 6×6 box and need it ½” thick. Add the colorant to the mix little by little. There should be no lumps and it have to seem like a thick milkshake.
Step four Lubricate The DIY Concrete Wall Art Mould:
Spray the vegetable oil into the field, then pour in the cement.
Step five Create Hanging Hole:
After letting it sit about 15-20 mins, create the hole for placing. Just flip over the tile and mark out the center, and about 1” from the top.
Take the screwdriver/chisel and scrape away some space on the middle. Make positive the top of the hole is flat to higher hold a nail or screw. Make the hole it about ¾” huge. In case your hollow isn’t flawlessly targeted, this may provide you with flexibility whilst striking it.
Step 6 mildew The Concrete:
GAMBAR5 After about an hour, you can de-mildew the cement. Flip it over onto a soft towel to defend it and gently shake and tap, it should slide right out of the mould.
Be careful with the residue from the vegetable spray from the container. If it gets to your hands and also you touch the cement, you may get a darker oil spot in which you have touched it. I got a spot on one in every of my tiles, but I don’t mind Transfer Concrete Wall Art To Tile:
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Once you have all three tiles, pass beforehand and switch the design to the tile. Just tape the switch paper for your tile, then tape your layout on pinnacle of that. Use a pen to trace over your layout. When completed, take away the switch paper and the paper print out.
Paint the tiles using the Sharpie paint markers and cling your new DIY wall artwork.
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