Mark Rayner puts a chintzy spin on your outdoor dining table.
You will need: A MDF lazy Susan (ours came from Spotlight), paintbrushes (including a medium sized artists’ brush), ruler, pencil, low-tack masking tape, Resene Quick Dry, Resene Concrete Clear and Resene testpots in the following colours: Resene Alabaster, Resene Bright Red, and Resene Mandy.
Apply two coats of Resene Alabaster to the lazy Susan, allowing two hours for each coat to dry
Once the second coat of Resene Mandy is all dry, repeat step 3, masking off 50mm strips perpendicular to the first set, as shown.
Paint the masked white areas with two coats of Resene Mandy, as shown. Again, allow the first coat two hours to dry but remove the tape before the second coat dries. Then leave to dry.
Mask off the squares where the pink lines intersect and paint them with two coats of Resene Bright Red. Again give the first coat two hours to dry but remove the tape before the second coat dries.
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