#ORPTUT Rusty lil' t-Lights Tutorial
Rusty lil' t-lights by Old Road Primitives! Nothing says "primitive" more then these rusty lil' t-lights! This is ORP's super easy rusting technique! Cover the little bulb of a battery operated t-light with a small piece of foil or tape! Paint the t-light in either a black or burnt umber craft paint! You can spray paint them if you prefer! When the paint is dry, spray a little spray-on adhesive glue on the t-light! Sprinkle the t-light with some dry cinnamon and then spray with the glue again! You can do this step a couple of times to get the effect that you like! I like for some of the paint to show through the cinnamon! When the t-light is dry remove the foil or tape from the bulb! This same technique can also be used to grunge metal...like tin cans and even glass!
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