Pretty Up A Simple Dresser with the IOD Rose Mould
In this video, Shannon from Pickin' Boots Vintage shares a DIY project on how to add some personality to a plain dresser using the beautiful Roses IOD Mould. She demonstrates how to create a muted color scheme by using antique brown for the roses and olive green for the leaves and stems. With her easy-to-follow instructions, you will learn how to cast the moulds with quick-dry resin and how to apply and achieve a beautiful, muted finish.
The final look has an organic spread of roses and leaves, a nature-themed design that adds character to the dresser while preserving its vintage charm.
Alright, grab your IOD supplies from your local stockist, and let’s get those hands making something beautiful today!!
Title: Pretty Up A Simple Dresser with the IOD Rose Mould
By Pickin’ Boots Vintage
Don’t worry if you’re a beginner. We’ve got you covered with some easy-to-follow techniques and tips on our product 101 pages! We’re honored to be part of your journey of learning and creativity. Be sure to check out the rest of the blog for more great tutorials and inspiration.We can’t wait to see what you’ll discover (and create)! Don’t forget to share your final projects with us in the Facebook Creative Tribe.
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