Being able to letter on my walls has actually been a dream of mine for quite some time. A whiteboard wall was the only option after my husband was appalled that his hard work painting the wall was going to be drawn over! I was thrilled to discover the paint brand Escreo who offer whiteboard wall painting kits!
A DIY Whiteboard Wall To Display Your Hand Lettering Masterpieces!
Are you ready to get started? Watch the video or print the tutorial!
How To Get Started With Your Whiteboard Wall:
Start by clearing your wall and cleaning with sugar soap.
Use the sanding block included with the kit, to smooth any rough surfaces.
Use the sugar soap to clear away any remaining dust and use masking tape to mark off the area you wish to paint.
Prep Your Whiteboard Wall Paint
- Mix the Hardener in with the paint and mix continuously for 1 minute, according to the instructions. Make sure that you do it in a room that is well ventilated, so you protect your lungs and braincells!
- Ensure to protect any surfaces before painting, so you don't make a complete sticky mess.
- You have 2 hours to apply BOTH coats of paint before the paint congeals, so do not mix the paint until you have sanded and cleaned the walls.
- Apply an even coat and allow to dry between coats.
- Paint your second layer of paint and leave for 72 hours.
Celebrate and start lettering!
Ensure that the room where you are painting is WELL VENTILATED!
It’s a great idea to use the masking tape as guides for your letters.
As you can see, it was an insanely simple process with the Escreo Whiteboard wall kit. It is very important to wait the full 72 hours before writing on your whiteboard but I promise that it is worth it.
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