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closeup of my Texas Stone, faux rock I make out of paintable, textured wallpaper.  I tear each rock, hand paint (takes about 10 seconds) and then apply to wall.  I finish with a mudwash sealer of Draw-tite and drywall mud. Fun.

closeup of my Texas Stone, faux rock I make out of paintable, textured wallpaper. I tear each rock, hand paint (takes about 10 seconds) and then apply to wall. I finish with a mudwash sealer of Draw-tite and drywall mud.

Easy art with drywall compound. I probably will make a stencil, smear compound on whole board first, then used stencils to create shapes instead of trying to smear the drywall compound around shapes.

Easy art with drywall compound. I probably will make a stencil, smear compound on whole board first, then used stencils to create shapes instead of trying to smear the drywall compound around shapes.

Red painted textured wall, I did this with drywall mud and a trowel until I got the texture look I wanted. This was before they came out with Venitian plaster DIY.

Red painted textured wall, I did this with drywall mud and a trowel until I got the texture look I wanted. This was before they came out with Venitian plaster DIY.

Faux brick wall with just plaster!! What a great idea!!

Faux Bricks Using Drywall Mud

Easy faux bricks using drywall mud and a level. DIY brick wall treatment- messy but easy to do!

Drywall mud, or joint compound, is available as a dry powder or as a premixed semi-liquid for use in taping out drywall joints. If you want a custom textured look on your walls, you can mix dry joint compound with paint and roll it on with a paint roller. By adding the drywall mud to your paint, you can control the color of the texture on your...

How to Add Drywall Mud to Paint

Drywall mud, or joint compound, is available as a dry powder or as a premixed semi-liquid for use in taping out drywall joints. If you want a custom textured look on your walls,.

Middle School Art Club- Metal tooling sugar skulls for Day of the Dead. Design a sugar skull, transfer with a pencil on to copper foil, burnish with steel wool and color in with sharpies. Great one day project.

Original Pin: Middle School Art Club- Metal tooling sugar skulls for Day of the Dead. Design a sugar skull, transfer with a pencil on to copper foil, burnish with steel wool and color in with sharpies. Great one day project.

LESSON 2: Objective- working in small groups, students will create a cardboard relief that illustrates an EoA, while working in a series (about 4-9 pieces). Later, combine each series set to create 1 large display of the elements of art. Maybe exclude the EoA: Color.

LESSON Objective- working in small groups, students will create a cardboard relief that illustrates an EoA, while working in a series (about pieces). Later, combine each series set to create 1 large display of the elements of art

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