Whenever I arrive at Angelo HOME hauling some stock of coasters or, perhaps a giant LA sign, they say “Great! What are you doing next?”
I’m incredibly fortunate (and kind of exhausted) to have a place that really encourages me to push my creativity.
Last time I went in Angelo requested that I do a kind of coat rack/wall shelf incorporating my subway sign graphics.
(I created them using the same method I’d used for my Mod Podge Rocks project oh so long ago.)
Now….hooks or knobs or something.
I had seen a tutorial about using Envirotex Lite to make knobs on Infarrently Creative so I thought I’d give it a shot.
As I applied them I rubbed a little of the graphic away for a vintage look.
I mixed the Envirotex exactly as instructed and poured it over the knobs.
Unfortunately, I hadn’t really thought through the whole process…… I wanted to keep the knobs upright so I had poked screws through a piece of Styrofoam and then attached the knobs. But there wasn’t much clearance between the bottom of the knob and Styrofoam. Sooooo when I poured the resin it just pooled around the base.
As the Envirotex dried I kept an eye on it and removed any drips before they dried into stalagmites.