American Paint Company and the amazing Chalk and Clay Paint

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The weather is changing everywhere and the trees are alive with color!  That’s something we have in common.  Check out what our paintriots transformed this week:

4 Quarters Vintage in Missouri painted this dresser using Lincoln’s Hat and finished with Black Mica and Top Coat.


The Painted Dragonfly in Tennessee painted this bench using Sackcloth and finished in Top Coat.


Serious Fun Art Studio in Florida painted this cabinet using Dollar Bill, Rushmore and Clear Wax.


Fabulous Rehabs in Arizona painted this chest using Beach Glass, Tumbleweed, Dollar Bill with a wash of Liberty and finished using Black and Brosn Glaze and Top Coat.  The handles were perked up using Pewter Mica.


The Wild Dandelion in Wisconsin painted this bench using Crushed Tea, Cannonball and Top Coat.


Twigs and Twine in Colorado painted this table and chairs using Home Plate, Wild Horses and Dollar Bill.


Salvaged Decor in Michigan painted this mirror from an empire buffet and repurposed it into a hallway piece.  It was painted using Wild Horses, Home Plate and Rushmore and finished in Clear Wax.  Cannonball was used to paint the chalkboard.


Salvaged in Michigan painted this buffet using Waistcoat and Peacock and finished in Clear Wax.


Unika Custom Creations in Delaware painted this table using Cannonball and Orange Grove and created a crackle finish for extra texture.  The piece was finished using Top Coat.


Totally Vintage Design in Virginia painted this dresser using Navajo White and finished in Top Coat.


We are so thrilled to know that we have inspired so many, please continue to share your beautiful work!

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  1. Cathy reid says:

    Where can I buy this paint?

  2. Boa noite!!! Amo suas tintas, como posso adquirir aqui do Brasil-SP

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