How to paint abstract Christmas baubles
Festive fun is just around the corner with Rust-Oleum Christmas Craft Paint!
Give your Christmas baubles that extra touch of sparkle this snowy season with our holly jolly how to. Simply follow our three simple steps on painting beautiful, bespoke baubles and fill your home with colour and warmth in time for the big day!
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Make sure the surface of your bauble is clean and free from any dust or dirt that will interfere with the adhesion of the paint. Our Christmas Craft Paint can be applied to ceramic, glass or suitably primed metal or plastic. Stir the paint thoroughly before use.
Next, choose two base colours for your bauble. We went for Raspberry Ripple pink and Cobalt blue for a striking contrast. Use an artist’s brush to paint various abstract shapes, such as ovals or thick stripes, in alternate colours. To create a unique, trailing effect, load your brush and carefully drag it across your bauble, gradually lowering the handle until the brush stops releasing paint. Allow to dry—the Christmas Craft Paint is touch dry in 1 hour and recoatable in 4 hours.
Thread your baubles with ribbon in a complementary colour so you can hang your masterpiece from the tree with pride.
And that's it!
Rust-Oleum Christmas Craft Paint is the perfect way to add a heartwarming, personalised touch to your decorations and gifts this festive season.
Ideal for wood, cardboard, ceramic, glass and suitably primed metal or plastic, get into the Christmas spirit with colourful baubles, frosted wreaths or wooden gingerbread houses. Choose from 100+ jolly colours and enchanting metallic finishes and transform your home into a cosy Christmas wonderland.
Minimalist Christmas more your style? Check out how to paint contemporary, personalised baubles in wintry neutrals here.