IOD Gallery Wall Episode 2! Cubano and Blossoms

Hi beautifuls!! We have finally started up with the rest of our IOD Art Gallery pieces! If you’re not sure what I’m referring to, then check out this post where we kicked it off. IOD DIY Gallery Wall Episode 1 

Here is the video:

Here is the supply list:

CUBANO

 

16×16, .5″ sande smooth plywood board

Coarse Sandpaper

cream paint  

paint brush

Tape

dark gray paint

light gray wash

dark gray wash

tiny chisel brush

cubano

large straight edge

coarse sandpaper,

fine to medium sandpaper

clear wax

wax brush

Shop Cloth

Hammer

Simple Hanger 

Ruler

 

BLOSSOMS

 

14 x 23.5  .5″ sande smooth plywood board

coarse sandpaper

cream paint

paint brush

tape

straight edge

razor knife

gray paint

parchment color paint

dark gray wash

brush

damp shop cloth

drybrush

prim and trim strip

BBB

kindest regards

fine sandpaper

clear wax

wax brush

shop cloth  

hammer

simple hanger

ruler

And some more shots of the finished projects!

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3 Comments

  1. Wendy Harris on July 1, 2019 at 7:11 am

    Please can you tell me what size boards you used for the rose toile, royal seal and drogonfly boards.
    Thank you
    Wendy

    • IOD Customer Service on July 8, 2019 at 3:40 pm

      Hi Wendy!
      You can find a complete supply list for the highlighted project on each blog post episode so you can get started on your own gallery wall!
      Rose Toile uses: 8″ × 8″ sande smooth plywood board (1/2″ thickness)
      Dragon Fly uses: 7.4″ × 6″ sande smooth plywood board (1/2″ thickness)
      Seal uses: 7.4″ × 6” sande smooth plywood board (1/2″ thickness)
      You can find information on these three pieces here. Happy creating!

  2. Tracy on July 6, 2019 at 12:51 am

    What type of paint is used? Acrylic paint?

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