Orange + Black = Happy Halloween with American Paint Company

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It’s been a spooky week for our paintriots and everyone is ready for Halloween.  Look what treats they have to share:

Tanglefoot and Company in Mississippi painted this high chair using Orange Grove and finished in Clear Wax.

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Refined and Designed in California painted this chest using Cannonball.

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Serious Fun Art Studio in Florida painted these pumpkin cut outs using Orange Grove, Wild Horses and Saddle.

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Youngest of Nine Designs in Ohio pained this dresser using Lincoln’s Hat and finished with Dark Wax and Black Mica.  Dark Wax was also used on the top and mirror.

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Salvaged Decor in Michigan painted this table with layers of Orange Grove, Bordello, Amber Waves of Grain and finished in Clear Wax.

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Bricolage in California painted this table using Lincoln’s Hat and finished in Dark Wax.

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Marketplace on Main in Tennessee painted this dresser using Orange Grove and finished in Top Coat.

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Sassy Frass Company in Washington painted this chest using Lincoln’s Hat finished with Dark Wax and Home Plate finished with Clear Wax.

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All Things New Again in Virginia painted these pumpkins using Orange Grove over A-maize-ing and Home Turf and Wild Horses.

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Vintage Ladybug in Connecticut painted these night tables using Lincoln’s Hat.

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What have you been inspired to create using American Paint Company all natural chalk and clay paint?

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  1. Anne DuMond says:

    Can I put the Top Coat on a piece that has already been waxed?

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