Color blocking is an easy way to add a pop of vibrant color to your space or section off a part of the room to create a work space,
a breakfast nook or a kid's play area. Use these techniques to create your own unique design.
Wipe walls with a clean, damp cloth to prepare painting surface. Use a pencil to lightly draw the lines for your design.
Step 2: Tape.
Carefully tape off the trim and the marked area. Then press your thumb over the tape edge to make sure it fully seals against the
Step 3: Apply first color.
Using your WhiteDove roller, apply your first color working in "V" pattern. WhiteDove provides a smooth, lint-free
Step 4: Peel the tape.
While the paint is still damp, carefully peel the tape off. Allow paint to dry.
Step 5: Tape off next section.
After the paint is fully dry (check your paint label for exact cure time), mark and tape off the next shape, making sure the edge is
Step 6: Apply second color.
Use your Clearcut brush to paint corners and cut in around trim and windows. Clearcut brushes have stiff
bristles to provide a sharp cut in line. Then, use an extension pole to paint larger areas with a roller.
While the paint is still damp, carefully remove the tape et voila!