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To prepare the surface for glazing, hang the wallpaper, apply one coat of paint and let it dry.
Brush the runny glaze on the embossed surface with a paintbrush, applying enough to fill all the crevices in the design. Then, squeeze a rag into a messy ball with no flat edges and gently press it against the glazed surface to remove the excess.
Carefully run a clean section of the rag along the raised areas to reveal more of the embossed surface. Try not to remove any glaze from the flat spots.
For painted portions of the wall (as in this example where only the border is embossed), brush on the same glaze and remove the excess by dragging a dry brush over the surface. Allow the glaze to dry.
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