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Chalkboard Painted Tea Pot

Label your favorite tea in style with this functional, yet classic DIY decorative teapot.
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Martha Stewart Crafts ® 2oz Multi-Surface Satin Acrylic Craft Paint - Cloud
Item #32022
High-performance, patented, premium acrylic paint is specially formulated for use on all surfaces. Its highly pigmented color provides superior coverage-perfect for all craft and hobby painting techniques, including brush painting and detailing, sponging, stenciling, stamping, and printing. UV- and weather-resistant for indoor and outdoor use. Self-priming for use on porous and non-porous surfaces. Dishwasher-safe on glass. Non-toxic; waterbased; USA-made. 60 Satin paints provide a soft, subtle, sheen.


Martha Stewart Crafts ® Foam Pouncers Set - 6pc
Item #32243
Especially ideal for smooth surfaces like glass, foam pouncers are used to apply paint in an up-and-down dabbing motion. Ergonomically designed, easy-grip handles. Contains 6 pouncers: 1 each 1/2in, 3/4in, 1in, 1-1/4in, 1-1/2in and 1-3/4in. Durable, reusable.


Martha Stewart Crafts ® Typewriter Adhesive Stencils
Item #32307
Adhesive stencils are ideal for adding painted designs to any project, especially on curved or slick surfaces. Repositionable, reusable. Contains 2 multi-design 5-3/4in x 7-3/4in stencils and instructions. 78 total designs.


Martha Stewart Crafts ® 2oz Multi-Surface Chalkboard Paint Acrylic Craft Paint - Black
Item #33491
Create a chalkboard writing surface on wood, terra cotta, and virtually any paintable surface. Apply 2-3 coats to project surface, allowing it to dry between coats. Condition with chalk, and it's ready for messaging. Waterbased.


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Ceramic tea pot


  1. Remove the lid from the pot. Using the pouncers, apply two coats of MSC paint in Cloud.
  2. Apply two layers of Chalkboard paint to the teapot. Apply two coats if needed allowing 2 hours dry time in between coats.
  3. Once Chalkboard paint is dry, rub a piece of chalk over the teapot and wipe off with a paper towel to condition the chalkboard surface.
  4. Label you tea pot with the tea you are serving. Re-use as needed.
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