Facebook Friday #1 – 2014

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The holiday festivities are behind us and the paintriots are busy as ever.  Look what beautiful items have been transformed this week using American Paint Company’s chalk, clay and mineral based paint!

The Old Store in Oklahoma painted this curio cabinet with Momma’s Lipstick.

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Distressed Nest Boutique in Florida painted this carved desk using Wild Horses over Tumbleweed.

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Upcycled Vintage Charm in Ohio painted this buffet in Born on the 4th, finished in Dark Wax and Copper Mica.

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The Painted Dragonfly in Tennessee used Peacock (Ellis Collection) and Black Glaze with Clear Wax to transform this dresser.

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Artemis and the Scavengers in North Carolina painted this side table with Crushed Tea (Ellis Collection) over Lincoln’s Hat.

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My Treasure House in Illinois painted this armoire in Parchment (Ellis Collection) with a wash of Dollar Bill and finished in Clear Wax.

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Junque in My Trunk in Kansas painted this vanity custom for a client using Navajo White with Clear Wax and Silver Mica detailing.

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For the Love of Paint in Indiana painted this sideboard using Smoke Signal for the body and Wild Horses on the top and finished in Clear Wax with Pewter Mica.

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Rustic Touch in Illinois painted this table using Plymouth Rock, Lincoln’s Hat and Black Glaze finished with Clear Wax.

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 The Pink Chandelier-A Vintage Market in Missouri painted this dresser and mirror in First Lady with Clear Wax.

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What are you painting this week?

 

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  1. Hi there! I’m writing to you and blogging from Charleston, SC. I am hearing really good things about your paint and want to try it! love that you are american made!!

    • American Paint Company says:

      Thank you for your comment Paula! We love our paint, there are so many beautiful colors to try. Send us pictures of what you paint, we’d love to see your project.

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