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Sparkly Gold Abstract Art

Sparkly Gold Abstract Art

Posted by DecoArt on Feb 11th 2019

Gold and sparkles are a big hit right now! Have you seen those beautiful abstract paintings in the stores full of glitter? And they also have a hefty price tag. The new Galaxy Glitter by DecoArt is perfect to get the look in your house for a fraction of the price. 

You can do this same technique with any of the colors to get a different look.

Items Needed:

Instructions:

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Step 1: On any size canvas (I used a 16x20 inch one), brush on two coats of Galaxy Glitter Clear Ice Comet onto the bottom quarter. 

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Step 2: Using Light Mocha and a brush, paint the rest of the canvas. About an inch away from the line of the Clear Ice Comet, squeeze out a line of the Light Mocha.

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Put the canvas vertical and tap the bottom hard enough to get the Light Mocha dripping down. Do this until you get your desired look.

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Step 3: When the Light Mocha is dried, squeeze a line of the Galaxy Glitter Champagne Stardust at about the halfway point on the canvas. Make sure it's a pretty decent heavy line.

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I then did two lines above this for fill. I tapped the bottom to make it drip.

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For the top two lines, I used a brush and lightly swept it back and forth to fill in the glitter.

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Step 4: When the Galaxy Glitter is dried (you may have to use a blow dryer on it to quicken the time), paint the top portion of the canvas Snow White, and then squeeze a line of the paint right above the Champagne Stardust Galaxy Glitter.

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Tap away until the Snow White gets the dripping effect into the Galaxy Glitter.

Step 5: Now to finish off the look, squirt another good amount of the Champagne Stardust in a line right along the top. Tap again to get the dripping effect. If needed, fill in the glitter with a brush.

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Here's the entire look together with all the drips.

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As I mentioned before, you can change up the colors to get a different look. In this case, I used the Galaxy Glitter in Clear Ice Comet, Silver Moon, and Aqua Meteor. I also used DecoArt Americana Acrylic Paints in Snow White, Grey Sky, and Peacock Teal.

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Using the same technique, I achieved this look. 

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I just love the dripping effect of these abstract paintings. And the Galaxy Glitter just sparkles from every angle!