FULL VIDEO: DIY Faux Granite Countertop Under $60 ~Mistakes And All~

FULL VIDEO: DIY Faux Granite Countertop Under ~Mistakes And All~
You too can do-it-yourself! This is the full, uninterrupted video of my faux granite counter project. I show it all, even my mistakes and how I fix them. Watch me make the mistakes so you don’t have to. Using craft paint and automotive clear coat. Cost: Under .
See the finished product with pictures and step by step instructions for this and my other DIY projects on my blog.

20 thoughts on “FULL VIDEO: DIY Faux Granite Countertop Under $60 ~Mistakes And All~”

  1. Omg love the video. Hearing kids in background then you’re like. Damn it. Lol. Yup sounds like my house. Keeping it real. Love love love. Thank you for posting!

  2. I love the veining..Thank you. Would you tell me where to get the paints and exactly the colors? Thank you.

  3. I love this look. I did the reverse, we’ll sort of. I did my walls and left the ugly yellow counter. I hated it but it’s a big bathroom and haven’t changed it. I’m thinking these colors on the counter and just lighten my walls and maybe add a light glaze. My sister had her entire toilet done in a leopard design. I can’t find a painted toilet anywhere but she’s had hers for years with no problems. What are you thoughts? I sure don’t want to start a new project this big and hate it. Thanks for the video, nice that you showed potential mistakes too.

  4. Kristin Williams

    how is this holding up? your really winging it, but I don’t think that’s great advice. please do a proper job to begin with. That saves expensive repairs down the road!!

  5. I LOVE this !! Thank you ! Pugs are the best aren’t they !!??? Sooo cute ! I would love an update on how the counter has held up with the finish, and how many months it has lasted.. ?

  6. It looks a lot better than the maroon counter top you had before. I think you did a good job – very creative, inexpensive and well done.

  7. Of all the gold’s you used which gave you the best results? The spray paint in the beginning seemed to get all covered up. The superfine glitter? And what exactly was that gold paint you dabbed on, generously with a sponge? That seemed to really make it pop!

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