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    megan
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    Hello! Can anybody please share with me some techniques of doing textured wall paint? Thanks!

    #126358
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    kate
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    You can create a beutiful pattern by using a sea sponge.

    #126364
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    megan
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    I am a little bit confused. Can you explain me how to do that the right way?

    #126388
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    I would recommend you to start from the top left corner of the wall. You should press the sponge softly onto the wall and after that lift it straight off.

    #127152
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    And move across and down the wall quickly by working in sections about 4 feet by 4 feet.

    #127202
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    megan
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    Thanks!

    #127209
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    Yeah, sponge is a great tool for creating a wonderful pattern

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    that’s for sure

    #127219
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    Anny
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    I agree!

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    housewife
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    Or you can try stenciling! That’s easy and quick!

    #128417
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    megan
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    That’s right!

    #128443
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    Samantha
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    The simplest way is to buy texture premix at the store and mix this with your paint.  There some nice textures available like sand, stone, and popcorn.  I’ve tried popcorn and I really like how it looks on my walls.

    #128495
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    megan
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    I’m gonna try that for sure!

    #128496
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    megan
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    Thank you Sam!

    #128583
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    Samantha
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    That’s pretty easy to make and you can get professional results.

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