Colour Blending with Fusion Mineral Paint

Colour Blending with Fusion Mineral Paint

French wadrobe colourfully blended with paint on a plain wall with logo

Colour Blending with Fusion Mineral Paint – Home Revival

Blending Fusion.

I had been wanting to try this technique for a while now and there are a few talented women who rock this style using a chalk-based paint. I wanted to see if blending Fusion would be as easy, and the short answer is YES.

Fusion’s perfect for blending! I had no trouble at all getting different shades from just a few colours and if you’d like to see how easy it is to custom blend your own colours check out these YouTube Video’s Jennylyn did a while ago.

Blending the colours was the easy part, knowing where to put it had me at a loss. You see, I think this technique would be better suited to someone with an artistic flare…. I struggle to draw a stick man! I had to keep referring to old painted doors on Pinterest to better give me an idea of where to add the grungy bits.

For this project, I used Little Whale, Champness, Prairie Sunset a little Fort York Red, Raw Silk and some Fresco. You can get all of these products in my online shop

flat lay of colours used in the blending process. - Home Revival

Blending effect colour board.

Comfort Zone

During the process, I was ready to give up and paint it white!! I really didn’t enjoy it and I think that’s because it took me out of my comfort zone. I am a technical painter by which I mean I like to know the steps, I like knowing what to do next. With this, I had to guess! and that made me feel like a kid with crayons.

So I can’t say I enjoyed this at all and at the time I said I wouldn’t do it again, the only reason I persevered is, I thought what is the worse that can happen? It could look rubbish and I could repaint it.  I’m really glad I did because I do love the end result! I can’t believe I did it, I feel a little bit arty!! ha

The moral of this little tale is GET OUT OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE!!!!!

Blending colours with Fusion Mineral Paint. side view of wardrobe - Home Revival

Blending colours with Fusion Mineral Paint close up of texture - Home Revival

Blending colours with Fusion Mineral Paint close up of key hole and texture created with Fresco - Home Revival

Blending colours with Fusion Mineral Paint top view of blended colours and texture with bouquet of pink roses- Home Revival

Let me know what you think? or have you tried to colour blend Fusion? I’d love to see some pictures.

Sarah X

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9 thoughts on “Colour Blending with Fusion Mineral Paint

  • By Lesley - Reply

    Love it…..saving your post to try at a later date/time……a lot of outside work right now

    • By Lesley - Reply

      Love it…saving your post to try at a later date…..too much outside work right now

      • By Sarah Pelley - Reply

        Hey, Lesley it would be great if you could post a pic when you are done… we’d love to see x

    • By Sarah Pelley - Reply

      Glad you found it useful

  • By Lynn H. - Reply

    Could you explain your steps? Did you immediately start blending as you painted or did you do a base coat first? What order were the colors applied? Beautiful work!

    • By Sarah Pelley - Reply

      I do it wet on wet that way it’s really easy to blend.

  • By Brandy west - Reply

    I was curious what this piece of furniture is called?? I’ve never seen a piece like this before and it’s incredible!!

    • By Sarah Pelley - Reply

      I think they are called Compactums but please don’t quote me! x

  • By Cheryl Atkinson - Reply

    Hi, i’m new to your Blog but like you this would be out of my comfort zone and yet, it is so pretty. I love what you did here. Is there any way you can give me a step by step or maybe some kind of tutorial?

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