If you are new to decorative painting, sponging is a great place to start. Sponge on glaze or sponge off glaze to create the custom look perfect for you. To cover a larger area in less time while still delivering beautiful results use a sponge roller in place of the natural sea sponge.

If you are new to decorative painting, sponging is a great place to start. Sponge on glaze or sponge off glaze to create the custom look perfect for you. To cover a larger area in less time while still delivering beautiful results use a sponge roller in place of the natural sea sponge.

Sponge painted walls! Let me say learned this in Painting & Decorating in High school, Easiest thing to do! Any one can do it ! Love it

Sponge painted walls! Let me say learned this in Painting & Decorating in High school, Easiest thing to do! Any one can do it ! Love it

A ragged, 'ombre' effect to this painted wall - You can achieve this effect with sponges

A ragged, 'ombre' effect to this painted wall - You can achieve this effect with sponges

Super Easy 2-Tone Faux Finish - Using 2 shades of paint and 2 short paint rollers - Tutorial  (This technique really does look easy & fool-proof!)

Super Easy 2-Tone Faux Finish - Using 2 shades of paint and 2 short paint rollers - Tutorial (This technique really does look easy & fool-proof!)

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