Facebook Friday #27

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It’s been a busy holiday season for everyone, but the paintriots have still been creating beautiful finishes with our chalk and clay paint.

Check out this amazing mantle, faux finished by Fabulous Finishes in Michigan using Rushmore, Smoke Signal and Home Plate.

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Fabulous Rehabs in Arizona finished this table using Beach Glass, Home Plate and Clear Wax.

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Little Sister’s Stuff in California painted this table using Rushmore on the base with Uncle Sam on the trim.  The top was finished in a chalkboard paint and the tray was decoupaged and painted in Lincoln’s Hat.  The chairs were also done in Uncle Sam.

Janell Kessner

4 Quarters Timeless Vintage  in Missouri made this old window into an art piece by painting the frame in Gunpowder (a limited edition color that was retired) with the numbers painted in Beach Glass and Fireworks Red and finished in Dark Wax.

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This chair was originally planned to be painted as a “time out” chair, but ended up so cute it became a gift instead!  Gathered Over Time in Oregon painted it using Momma’s Lipstick and then it was decoupaged using an old map.

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Perennial Designs in Missouri painted this dresser in Amber Waves of Grain and Wild Horses.  It was finished using a light coating of Brown Glaze.

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This tea cart was painted by Same As It Never Was in Washington using Lincoln’s Hat as the base with Navajo White as the top layer and was finished in Clear Wax.

Cathie Tedrick

Ellie’s Attic in South Carolina painted this vintage luggage with Peacock, Home Plate and finished in Brown Glaze.

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Figgy Paint in Utah finished this desk using Home Plate and finished with Top Coat mixed with Pewter Mica.

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The Burd’s Nest Trading Post in Texas painted this chair in Momma’s Lipstick and First Lady and finished in Clear Wax.

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What have you been inspired to paint this week?

 

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