Mix your Venetian Plaster with warm water, you want your consistency to be similar to a thick sour cream. Apply your Venetian Plaster to your metal trough and spread it on to your burlap. Completely cover your burlap and let it dry overnight.
Step 3: Apply Your Milk Paint
Mix up your Milk Paint, it's best to mix this the night before! Brush your Milk Paint on to your burlap, work fast because the plaster will be sucking up the Milk Paint. Apply it the Milk Paint in vertical motions to your burlap. Let it dry.
Step 4: Sand and Stencil
Sand your burlap a little so you can see the texture coming through. Take your favorite A Makers' Studio Stencil and ChalkArt Color. Apply the Mesh Stencil and ChalkArt to your burlap. Create all kinds of fun designs based on what you want to use your burlap piece for!
Step 5: Distress
Roll up your piece of burlap to distress it. We want piece to crack off so squeeze your burlap as you roll it!