Painted Furniture Using Chalk and Clay Paint

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Check out how our paintriots are transforming furniture using all natural chalk and clay paint.

Twice Nice in Nebraska painted this cabinet using Smoke Signal over Home Plate, finished with Clear and Dark Wax with a stained top.

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The Old Store in Oklahoma finished this dresser in Beach Glass and then stenciled using Home Plate.

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The Village Furniture in Virginia painted this dresser using Home Plate and Crushed Tea and then finished using Brown Glaze.

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Bri-co-lage in California painted this dresser using Born on the 4th.

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The Vintage Junkies in Pennsylvania painted this piece using Nana’s Cupboard and finished in Top Coat, Black Glaze and Copper Mica.

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Lock and Key Treasures in Ontario, Canada painted this table using Amber Waves of Grain wet distressed over Freedom Road and finished in Top Coat with Pewter Mica.

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Youngest of Nine Designs in Ohio finished this table using National Forest, Home Plate, Black Glaze, Top Coat and Dark Wax.

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The Vintage Depot in Florida painted this table using Fireworks Red and finished in Dark Wax.

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Brick Street Cottage in Ohio painted this piece using Plymouth Rock over Cannonball and finished in Top Coat.

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Wild Dandelion in Wisconsin finished this desk using Peacock, Wild Horses and Dark Wax.

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Is the weather changing quickly near you?  No worries!  You can still safely finish your projects indoors using our all natural chalk and clay paint and finishes.

 

 

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  1. Very efficiently written post. It will be valuable to anyone who usess it, as well as myself. Keep doing what you are doing i will definitely read more posts.

  2. Bonjour, et merci beaucoup pour cette information sur la peinture de ces choses. Il est vrai, il est important de s’assurer que la peinture est faite correctement pour qu’il puisse durer longtemps. Je pense qu’il est important d’utiliser de peinture de bonne qualité et d’utiliser les meilleures techniques.

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