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Paint an Alpine Peak Feature Wall

 PUT YOUR STAMP ON IT

Transform your bedroom or living room with this fetching alpine peak feature wall. It’s fun, easy to make and affordable too. What’s not to love?

You will need

38mm Academy Rapiclean paintbrush

Roller and tray

Masking tape

Drop sheet

Steel ruler 

Craft knife

Contactor’s acrylic PVA white

Dulux Truly Scandinavia low sheen PVA

Fired Earth Liquid Metal Old Gold

Step 1

Stick masking tape around the skirting boards and cornices of your wall. 

Tip: Stick the drop sheet to the top of the skirting board with the masking tape to make double sure not to drip on the skirting board.

Step 2

Paint the wall with two coats of white Contractor’s PVA, letting the paint dry between coats.

Step 3

Once the second coat of white has dried completely, use masking tape to make the mountain outline on your wall. If you are unsure, draw it with a pencil first. 

Step 4

Neaten the corners of the masking tape with a steel ruler and craft knife.

Step 5

Paint above the masking tape with two coats of Dulux Truly Scandinavia, letting the paint dry between coats. Remove the masking tape when the second coat has dried.

Step 6

Form the peaks of the mountains with masking tape, and paint them with two coats of Fired Earth Liquid Metal Old Gold, again letting the paint dry between coats. Remove the masking tape when the second coat has dried.

Now invite all your friends round to admire your magnificent masterpiece!

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