Facebook Friday #8

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Welcome to another week of fabulous painted items using American Paint Company all natural paints!  Check it out:

Simple Matters at Junk Street Market painted this hutch using Peacock and finished in Black Glaze.

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Upcycled Vintage Charm  painted this dresser using Rushmore and finished in Top Coat.

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 Junque in My Trunk  painted this hutch using Surfboard over Amber Waves of Grain.

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Renove´ Vintage & Chic Designs  painted this small drawer dresser using Crushed Tea and finished with Navajo White in Clear Wax.

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Brick Street Cottage painted this hutch using Nana’s Cupboard and finished in Dark Wax.

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The Vintage Market  painted and stenciled this table using Plymouth Rock, Smoke Signal, Freedom Road and Surfboard, finished with Top Coat and Clear Wax.

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The Old Store painted this desk using A-maize-ing and heavily distressed to show the Fireworks Red underneath.

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Fabulous Finishes painted and stenciled this table using Peacock, Surfboard, Cannonball and Dark Wax.

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All Things New Again painted this vanity using Limoges over Crushed Tea, and finished in Top Coat and Clear and Dark Wax.

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Cindarella’s Attic Vintage Furniture  painted this small cabinet with Amber Waves of Grain over Dollar Bill and finished it off with Top Coat and Clear Wax.

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What will you be inspired to paint?  What color will you choose?

 

Comments

  1. im in the process of painting my dining chairs nanas cupboard I plan to use dark way to darken the green color. I hope that I haven’t made a mistake in my color choice. any help would be appreciated this is my first attempt of using chalk paint. thanks

    • mm American Paint Company says:

      Sounds fun and that is a wonderful color. Just test your dark wax first on a sample to determine how dark and heavy handed you want the color. I’m sure it will turn out wonderful!

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