It’s Michelle Wells and today, I would like to share with you how I re-designed already available porcelain knobs with Tattered Angels products, for an entry way dresser rehab project I am presently working on.
Tattered Angels Plain Jane Baseboard mist- Gravel, Ivory
Tattered Angels Glimmer Glam – Clear
Tattered Angels Color Wash – White Wash
Polymer Clay – Transparent
Heavy White Gesso
After removing the preexisting porcelain knobs, I used an electric grinder to rough up the knob surface front for better adhesion.
I then formed roses using a silicone mold and polymer clay, baking per package instructions.
Once the roses had baked and cooled, I added them to each knob front using E-600 adhesive.
Once glue had cured, I used Heavy White Gesso over the entire surface of each knob.
After drying the gesso with a heat tool, I misted each with layers of Tattered Angels Plain Jane Baseboard Mist in Gravel and Ivory; also drying with heat tool between each layer.
To add a “wash” effect, I used Tattered Angels Color Wash in White Wash, and then sealed the knobs using Tattered Angels glimmer glam in clear.
With the amazing products from Tattered Angels, I have achieved shabby chic, flea market inspired draw knobs, that will further enhance the French Flea Market entryway dresser that is soon to become.
April 9, 2018 @ 9:43 am Julia Cotrim
What a beautiful idea! 🙂