Facebook Friday #20

It’s been a spooky week of tricks and treats but the paintriots have still been busy creating fabulous finishes with American Paint Company.

Check out this gorgeous silver leather sofa!  Frame painted with Lincoln’s Hat and distressed, then waxed with Clear Wax and Silver Mica by The Mill at Gibsonville.


This curvy beauty was painted by Pretty in Paint with Beach Glass and finished in Clear Wax with Black Mica.  Pretty indeed!

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Abby Road Vintage took this piece that was already painted and wanted to give it a more vintage, smoky look so the piece was sanded and waxed with Clear Wax containing equal parts Black and Copper Mica.


Suzanne Cook pinned this photo on the left from Pinterest as her inspiration.  The bottom right is her interpretation using Navajo White, Momma’s Lipstick and Orange Grove.

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A Piece of the Pie Frames painted this pretty hutch in Surfboard and Home Plate and sold it immediately!


Three French Hens Vintage finished these candlesticks in Dollar Bill with Clear Wax (left photo) and Dark Wax (middle and right photo).

Anita from The Painter’s Roost decoupaged this darling dresser with a photo of her parents back when they were dating.  Dresser body painted in Lincoln’s Hat.


The Local Mercantile painted this sweet table with Beach Glass.


What will you be inspired to paint this week?  Also, check out the release of 3 new

colors!  Coming soon to an APC retailer near you!




  1. Jerri Landry says

    Hi there,

    Just wondering how I go about submitting pics of my work for consideration in on of your posts/articles.

    Please let me know!



    • mm American Paint Company says

      Jerri, You can post something on Facebook and tag American Paint Company. We then review the ‘Posts by Others’ section to see the tagged pictures. Sometimes those get to be shared over to the American Paint Company Facebook page and other times we put them in for submission to be included in a post. Thank you for your inquiry!

  2. How did you transfer a photo to a dresser, of course you had to blow it up, any certain material ? And what did you use to transfer it.

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