I'm hoping someone can help me not screw up a build. I want to build a guitar with hand prints on it from my infant daughter, my wife, and I. I'm planning to dye the guitar body (water based), and then I want to put the handprints on and clear coat over it. What kind of paint would you use to put the handprints on? Additionally, What kind of finish coat would you put on? What immediately came to mind was to use acrylic paint (like from wally world) for the hand prints, let it dry and sand it down a bit, so it isn't so rough, and spray nitro laquer over it, but I'm not sure if the laquer will react with the acrylic. I built a Nashville Tele that I finished with Tru Oil, and I love the feel of the neck on it. I doubt Tru Oil is a good choice for this build, though, since it has to soak into the wood. If it matters, the wood would be mahogany that I will fill and sand. I will test on scrap wood, but I don't have scrap mahogany to test on.