I am in love with switching out my phone cases. It’s almost like getting a new phone! I’ve wanted to try water marbleizing for a while and thought I’d try it out with a phone case. I’m stoked with how it turned out!
I received free product from Rustoelum and DecoArt to complete this project. All opinions are 100% my own!
Marble phone case materials
- Phone case
- Spray paint
- Bucket or large container
- Acrylic sealant
- Stirring stick (toothpick, popsickle stick, straw)
You’ll start by filling your bin with water. Then spray your desired spray paint color on the surface of the water. I sprayed quite a bit and I also sprayed it quite close to the water.
Take a toothpick or other stirring device and move the paint around gently. I started by just drawing one line through the paint and seeing how that looked then doing more if I felt it wasn’t exactly how I wanted it.
Dip your phone case flat onto the surface of the water and lift it back up. You don’t need to be very aggressive with it. It will happen quickly.
Let the spray paint dry and then add you acrylic sealant. I am in love with this sealant from Deco Art because it has the perfect amount of gloss and sprays on so evenly! It also dries incredibly fast. I use it on pretty much every project I do with paint.
You’re done! How simple was that? I am so in love with the look of this. I did two because the gold was more flakey than I wanted and I ended up layering different colors. It ended up looking pretty cool! I preferred the mauve marble one the most though.
Have you ever done water marbling? I think I’m hooked!