Try this paint splatter technique if you are looking for an unusual and visually striking design for a wall in your home or business. This is a photo of the finished project from my hair salon where it was always a focus of interest and great conversation starter. The advantage of this technique over a free-hand design is that it keeps the effect more true to form and realistic, and it is much less messy than trying to throw paint on the wall!
Step 1: Tools for the job
You will need an overhead projector. It does not have to be a color projector, but the job will be easier if you have access to one. You can typically find old overhead projectors at schools, libraries, or pawn shops. In addition to the overhead projector you will need a clear transparency sheet, a washable marker, paint, and paintbrushes (mid-size and fine point).