Paint the board completely with Lamp Black and let it dry. When it’s dry, position the stencil in place, I held my edges down with masking tape. Use the cosmetic sponge to apply True Red to the bottom section of the stencil.
Gradually make a paint change from True Red to Tangelo Orange, never once cleaning your sponge or changing to a new one. Doing so allows the paint to mingle for a more natural color transition on your finished work.
Keep working your way up the board, finishing at the top with Yellow Light.
Remove your stencil and let your painting dry. Finish it off with a couple coats of Americana acrylic sealer in matte finish.
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