My acrylic pouring led me to trying it out on a large vase. I had a lot of fun doing this vase and it came out os pretty! I can't wait to do another one but with it fully covered.
I added the flowers to it to see how it looks being used and I was really impressed. This is an amazing center piece!
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I had setup a poll asking my followers what colors they would like to see. They chose Turquoise and purples.
When the poll ended, I went live (while wearing my work clothes lol) and did the acrylic pour. It was a very large project and I learned a lot from it. My tape job collapsed on me during the video, so I did have to clean up the inside, but it still came out so well.
I also shared a video on instagram of the completed vase. I do this so you can see the colors well.
I am enjoying experimenting with acrylic pouring on random items. I've even donated a recycled jar to my favorite soap/candle company. They are pretty excited to get the prototype. I just can't get enough of matching colors and see them come to life on their own. How they lay is how it was meant to be.
If you are interested in this vase, it is for sale on the etsy shop: Artist Shore - Acrylic Pour Vase
Keep in mind, it is a one of a kind, so there is only one available. Get it now before someone else claims it.
Let me know what you think of the vase project, and if you have any ideas on what I should try next, definitely let me know in the comments.
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I have started experimenting with acrylic pouring and creating new projects from it. My newest project is acrylic pour mugs and matching coasters. You select the colors and I pour the paint on to the coffee mug. The paint that drips off then drips on to the coaster, making it a matching set. I seal both the coaster and the mug. The mug is sealed with a sealant that is dishwasher safe. The coaster will be waterproof, however I do not recommend submerging it into water because of the backing.
As of right now, the backing is a felt cover. I will be changing the backing that I use for the coasters from a felt backing to a cork board style in the future. The backings are to prevent the tile coaster from scratching any surface it sits on.
I have also added an option to have a canvas board instead of a coaster. Its perfect for home decor, and having a color theme. You can have it framed or left in a clear plastic sleeve.
Below is a gallery of the two I have worked on so far.
I was live on facebook during my trial/experimental runs. They were big hits and I already have orders to fill.
Below are the videos from when I was live.
If you are interested in a set, you can find them on Etsy.com: Artist Shore Shop, Acrylic Pour Mugs and Coaster Set.
You can also contact me to place an order if you'd like. Just let me know if you would like a matching coaster, just the mug or a canvas board with it and what color scheme.
Let me know what you think in the comments!
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