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It's called stomp texture. Thin your mud down and apply it to the ceiling with a large paint roller. Then stomp it with a texture brush on a long handle. Not real big around here.
 

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It's called stomp texture. Thin your mud down and apply it to the ceiling with a large paint roller. Then stomp it with a texture brush on a long handle. Not real big around here.
Looks like you need a large round chip brush to do the rosette pattern. Wet the brush down ahead of time. Set it bristle side down on a piece of plastic with the bristles fanned out evenly. Allow enough time for the bristles to dry in this shape.
 

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Looks like you need a large round chip brush to do the rosette pattern. Wet the brush down ahead of time. Set it bristle side down on a piece of plastic with the bristles fanned out evenly. Allow enough time for the bristles to dry in this shape.
Like I said, not very popular here. Only had to do it a couple of times. You can customize the brush by removing bristles to get the desired pattern.
 

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Anyone know how to achieve this texture on a ceiling?? Please help 馃槵
I know it's old but thats call stamping and we call it crows foot... u have a stamp tool that looks like that or make one from plumbing parts.. it works better if u have the metal one and u put cut peices of hose on the tines coming out and keep them wet and clean inbetween stamps... we did this on Fleetwood homes 20 years ago..
 
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