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Mix waterproof India Ink with Isopropyl Rubbing alcohol until it produces this stain on a paper towel. Kilz2 Latex has a rougher, flatter finish and takes the Rit Liquid dye and Dye-na-flow better.
A Bachmann On30 plastic flatcar painted with flat white acrylic craft paint and stained with black Dye-na-flow fabric paint.
Swizzle sticks and dowels, all match when primed white gesso and stained with Dyn-a-flow after assembly. Click here to Visit Ted McCormack's build of a Walthers Sur-Sweet Feeds kitbash  for more pictures.
The other twigs ended up looking weathered and aged, but not quite like driftwood.  So I had some variation in my results, but all in all, I ended up with beach-weathered looking twigs that worked perfectly for the project I was planning. Right….something tells me all the sanding and buffing and stripping and razoring and bleaching and baking was more than I could bear!
For the faux driftwood, I used mostly pine twigs, but there was a mix of some others which may have been birch, maple and elm. The nonpainted wood picks up the stain beautifully and brings to life all the characteristics of the wood.

Also, before you start, it is always a good idea to test this on a scrap piece of the same type of wood you are finishing.
The tunnel portal is wood timbers and styrene sheet primered with Kilz2 acrylic primer and stained with Dye-na-flow fabric paint. Generally people try to make things looks good but here you have efficiently turned it old which is looking really cool.
There’s a lot of really cool ones out there on the web and done up so many different ways. I used Minwax's dark walnut, put it on a rag, and just went up and down each slat of wood until I got the look I wanted.
When staining, make sure you work it in really well on the edges of the wood to pull that distressed and very used look. Just start sanding and remember that the wood that shows through will be holding the most stain, so if you want more brown, then sand a lot, if you want more white, then sand a little.
So I was going to use what I had on hand and come up with something -dark walnut stain, chestnut stain, and white paint.
This last part doesn't have to do with the finish, but it helps :) I used 120 medium grit paper for this process.

If it is not dry the paint will leach into the stain and it will be essentially grey paint. Don't over sand and get rid of all the wood grain because you'll be sanding again later and need those parts that are somewhat still 'raised'. I told him that looks too much like our current table, and since eventually this table will move inside, I didn't want that. The whole purpose of making the table was to make it a little lighter colored since I didn't like the dark brown we currently had. My white paint absorbed the stain and I had to wipe off, which gave it more of a whitewash with dirty water effect, lol. I'm wondering if maybe the pine (common board at Home Depot) just doesnt have enough grain movement or isnt raised enough.

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