How to Paint Wave Wall Panels

May 14th

Wave wall panels – Painting Sea waves on the walls of a child’s room is a fun, creative way to play a number of themes for either sex — mermaid, ship, pirate or even a general beach theme. Execute the task will not be as difficult as it may seem, especially since a stencil and two colors of color are all you need to create the waves of the ocean. Just make sure each wave is level with the others to produce profitable walls.

White Wave Wall Panels
White Wave Wall Panels

Instructions

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Remove any posters or frames hanging on the wave wall panels you want to paint. Remove all the furniture in the way, and tap some plastic over the carpet to protect it from dripping paint. Wipe the wall with a damp cloth to make it clean and ready to paint. Pour some light blue color into a paint bag and paint the entire wall with a pair of layers using a roller. Allow to dry completely.

Use a staple pin to secure a wave wall panels stencil on the wall, beginning on the left side.  Color in the waveform with dark blue color, using a brush, where the roll will not fit. Continue to work along the wall, move and reset the stencil if necessary. Add a little sea foam to the crest of the waves using a sponge dipped in white color. Push the mushroom into a punch across the inside of the curve of the wave as well as in random places in the water between each wave. Let dry.