How to colour Lutradur using Acrylic Paint

Lutradur is fun to paint and the results can be stunning!

If you are new to Lutradur and not too sure how to colour it, then this short video will show you how easy it is by using acrylic paint. Lutradur can also be coloured by using dyes, transfer paints, oils etc, but this quick demonstration will illustrate how simple it is to get started with basic and readily available materials. Once painted, the Lutradur can be left to dry naturally or the process can be speeded up by using a hairdryer So, if you have a occasion to celebrate or other event, why not add a splash of colour to the venue by making some bunting as shown above? Visit our online shop          

by Ruth Morgan | March 11, 2016 | Posted in Lutradur
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