Painted Furniture Using an All Natural Chalk and Clay Paint

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What a glorious summer week to paint furniture!  Look what our paintriots have done this time:

Village Furniture in Virginia painted this armoire using Limoges, and a mix of browns with Navajo White.

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Mainely Vintage in Maine painted this table using layers of Cannonball, Beach Glass, Tumbleweed, Heaven’s Light and Desert Cactus.

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Junque in My Trunk in Kansas painted this dresser using Treasure Box and Limoges added to Clear Glaze.

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Rustic Touch in Illinois painted this hall tree using Lincoln’s Hat over Smoke Signal and Clear Wax with Black Mica.

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AZ Vintage Vault in Arizona painted this table using Wild Horses, Beach Glass and finished with Clear and Dark Wax.

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Fabulous Finishes in Michigan painted this dresser in their unique style of mixing all sorts of colors, including; Amber Waves of Grain, A-maize-ing, Heaven’s Light, Home Plate and Uncle Sam.
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She’s So Shabby in Florida painted this dresser using Smoke Signal and Home Plate.

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Consignments Plus in Kentucky painted this sideboard with Beach Glass.

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Trent River Designs in North Carolina painted this hutch using Bordello.

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The Old Store in Oklahoma painted this desk and bench using Sackcloth.

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What color will you use this week on your painting project?

 

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