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When you apply an IOD paint inlay, artisanal paint is embedded into your service in the paper is removed, leaving an authentic painted design and a buttery almost leather like surface on your piece. IOD paint and lays are made from a proprietary artist quality paint which we formulated specifically for decorative use. They are organic in nature and the transfer of the painted design will be slightly varied and unique for each individual. The results are visually interesting, texturally complex, and often inherently distressed. The paint formula is active until sealed. That means that you can manipulate it and apply special techniques or a custom touch before you seal your piece. And, as if once isn't enough, you can often get a beautifully faded second impression, with a residual pigment on your left over inlay sheets. Depending on the techniques and colors you're using with your paint inlay, sometimes you can even get a third impression! An important note: for the best results with a basic application, use a chalk type paint that does not contain polymers. STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS: 1.) Plan the Layout of your designs for your surface. 2.) Using the grids on the back of the inlay sheet, trim as needed and set aside. If you are using a repeat pattern and lining the pattern up continuously, then trim excess margin on each sheet. 3.) On an appropriately prepared surface, apply a generous and even coat of a mineral based chalk-type paint. Work in small sections to manage the paint-drying window as you work. Generally not larger than 12”x16” 4.) While paint is still wet, lay the paint inlay sheet, design side down (grids are printed on the back for easy identification of front and back), into the wet paint, keeping it taut. 5.) Spritz lightly with an even mist of water. Using a smooth, damp sponge or folded soft cloth, pat down with light and even pressure to make sure the design makes good contact with the painted surface. Avoid excessive moving or dragging of the paint Inlay sheet once it is laid down, as this can cause a blur or smear. 6.) Repeat steps 3-5 to complete your design, lining up your sections as appropriate. The gridlines can help to match pattern edges when needed. 7.) Allow to dry to the touch. Drying times can vary anywhere from 10 minutes to 1 hour, depending on conditions. 8.) When ready to remove the Paint Inlay sheets from your surface, spritz evenly with water, and allow 30 seconds to absorb; this helps the backing to release. Starting at one corner, gently pull the paper up, keeping it at a low angle. It should come up easily without tearing. If it does not, spritz a second time and wait a moment, then try again. 9.) If desired, you can use water to blend out of soften the design, because the pigment it still movable and active. You can even add additional colors. 10.) Once you are happy with the Paint Inlay Design, it is time to seal it. There are a few different options for sealing: a. Apply a water-based polyurethane directly over your work. Be careful not to overwork the sealer. With this method, you may notice a small amount of pigment migration; this is minimized by avoiding overworking of the sealer. b. Set your work initially with a spray on sealer or artist’s fixative. Allow to dry. Apply your finish of choice. c. You can use wax to seal your piece. Applying according to product directions.
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What is an IOD paint inlay? ›
IOD Paint Inlays are the artisanal answer to decor transfers. They're not a decal; they're not a synthetic film; they're not decoupage. When you apply an IOD Paint Inlay, paint is physically embedded into the surface of your project.What is an IOD stamp? ›
IOD Stamps are just like other furniture or home décor stamps, but it is unique in a way that these stamps are designed both for scale and motif, making them perfect for high-end décor and fashion.How do you seal IOD Paint Inlay? ›
IOD Paint Inlays can also be sealed with wax. Apply furniture wax according to manufacturer's directions and buff to a sheen. Oil-Based Sealers: Oil-based sealers can be used without reactivating the paint but should be tested on a small area before applying.What is the difference between paint inlay and transfer? ›
How do IOD Décor Paint Inlays differ from a Transfer? Unlike a transfer that transfers from it's carrier sheet to the surface of your project, when you apply an IOD Paint Inlays to a properly prepared surface, actual artisanal paint from the inlay carrier sheet is embedded into your (wet) painted surface.What are the colors of IOD ink? ›
6 colors to choose from - China Blue, Stone Gray, Black, Oceans Deep (blue), New Grass (green), Turmeric (yellow), Tomotto (red), and a Mixing White! IOD Decor Ink (2 oz.) is the result of a close collaboration with our ink specialist. We developed it to be the first ink made specifically for decor use.What is the purpose of IOD? ›
The IoD has been at the heart of business since its formation in 1903. The Royal Charter, awarded in 1906, charged the IoD with promoting free enterprise, lobbying government and setting standards for corporate governance.How much is IOD? ›
If the employee is booked off due to an IOD for 4 days or longer, but less than 3 months, the employer must pay the injured employee at a rate of at least 75% of his earnings, from the first day, until the employee returns to work. Please note that earnings are not only the basic salary of the worker.Do I need to seal painted metal? ›
To prevent chipping, rusting, or fading, spread a clear-coated sealer over the final layer of paint. Be sure to choose a sealant meant for painted metal, as some sealers are made only for bare metal.What do you put over paint to seal it? ›
A sealer, which may also be called a topcoat, simply protects your beautiful paint finish from stains, scratches, chips, and scuffs. Topcoats dry to a much harder finish than most paints and therefore are much harder to damage.What are examples of inlay? ›
In a wood matrix, inlays commonly use wood veneers, but other materials like shells, mother-of-pearl, horn or ivory may also be used. Pietre dure , or coloured stones inlaid in white or black marbles, and inlays of precious metals in a base metal matrix, are other forms of inlay.
What is inlay style? ›
inlay, in the visual arts, any decorative technique used to create an ornamental design, pattern, or scene by inserting or setting into a shallow or depressed ground or surface a material of a different colour or type.How does inlay work? ›
An inlay is an indirect dental restoration consisting of a solid substance (such as composite resin, gold, or porcelain) fitted to a cavity in a tooth and bonded into place. An inlay fills the space in between the rounded edges (cusps), at the center of the tooth's surface.What are IOD molds used for? ›
The IOD Moulds are made from food safe materials (do not use the same set for food and crafts), and can be used to transform and create baked goods, furniture, soaps, jewelry, and just about anything you can think up in that creative brain of yours.What kind of ink is IOD ink? ›
Iron Orchid Designs Décor Inks are perfect for flat and matte painted surfaces. These décor inks are rich in pigments and fade resistant, as well as, archival and acid free. These décor inks by Iron Orchid Designs are also waterproof and are designed to be permanent, especially on the recommended surfaces.How does inlaying work? ›
inlay, in the visual arts, any decorative technique used to create an ornamental design, pattern, or scene by inserting or setting into a shallow or depressed ground or surface a material of a different colour or type. Inlay techniques are used in enamelwork, furniture decoration, lacquerwork, and metalwork.What is the technique of inlay? ›
Inlay is an artistic technique commonly represented in furniture, decorative arts, and even musical instruments. To achieve a collage-like image on a flat surface, the craftsman cuts into the surface of wood or stone and inserts stone, metal, resin, wood, or other precious materials into the cut-out space.What glue to use on IOD molds? ›
Use most glues, Tacky glue dries quickly and is recommended. PVA works well, allows you time to place mould in position, but not ideal for curved pieces as it slides while drying.Can you use hot glue in IOD molds? ›
Almost any medium can be used with IOD Moulds: Two-part casting resin, earthen clay, polymer clay, hot glue, to name of few.What is IOD decor? ›
Decor Ink by IOD - Iron Orchid Designs
We developed it to be the first ink made specifically for decor use. Use on walls, furniture and fabrics with IOD Decor stamps to create distinctive pieces for your home; Fabric, furniture, walls and more!
Inlay Lake (also sometimes spelt Innlay and Inle) is famous for the unique way of life of the local tribes, for their villages on stilts, floating gardens, fresh produce markets and well-preserved traditions. In many places the authentic life on the lake shines through.
What is the purpose of inlay? ›
Inlays and onlays are used when the tooth structure is not sufficient enough to place a regular filling and the result is much stronger. The difference between inlays and onlays is that an inlay is placed inside a cavity on your tooth whilst an onlay replaces the cusp(s) (tips) of your tooth.What is the best material for inlays? ›
Summary. In terms of natural-looking aesthetics, porcelain and zirconia are the best, followed by composite inlays and onlays. On the other hand, gold is the most superior in terms of strength and durability, followed by zirconia, porcelain, and composite.What is the difference between distress ink and pigment ink? ›
Distress Inks fall into the family of dye inks. Dye inks are transparent in nature and, due to their "thin" quality, dry quickly. Distress Oxides, on the other hand, are primarily constructed of pigment ink, a type of ink that is opaque and, due to its natural thickness, dries more slowly.What type of ink is on a stamp pad? ›
Dye Ink. Dye ink is a fast-drying ink with a water-like consistency. This thinner ink is ideal for stamping on regular paper surfaces. It's also the ink used in most self-inking stamp pads.