Painting with American Paint Company’s All Natural Chalk and Clay Paint

American Paint Company’s all natural chalk and clay paint creates beautiful finishes easily and without any harsh chemicals or odors.

Look at the amazing looks you too can create!

Sassy Frass Company painted this using Heaven’s Light and Treasure Box and finished in Dark Wax.


Trent River Designs painted this with Parchment and finished then Top Coat then using Peacock in the Clear Glaze and wiped off.  It was then finished in Clear and Dark Wax.


Refined and Designed  painted this using Sackcloth and Dark Wax.


The Paint Locker painted this using Navajo White, Spacious Skies and Rushmore.

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Picadilly Bob’s Good Time Emporium painted this using Smoke Signal, Peacock, Brown Glaze, Clear Wax and Gold Mica on the hardware.


Deep Creek Vintage painted this using Navajo White, Voyage and Pewter Mica.


Fabulous Finishes  created texture with cheesecloth and painted this using Home Turf, Waistcoat, Orange Grove and topped with Navajo White.


Junque in My Trunk painted this using Amber Waves of Grain, Home Plate and a Peacock wash.


What will you paint this weekend using American Paint Company’s all natural paints?



  1. Rachel Woods says

    Hello my name is Rachel Woods and I am fascinated and in love with all American Paint can do! I have never painted furniture before, but would love to give it a try! Unfortunately, since I have no experience I am a little confused about the process. Is there a tutorial that I am not finding that gives you a start to finish example? Also, is there videos somewhere I could watch? Thank you!

    • mm American Paint Company says

      Rachel, thank you for your kind words! We are working on revising the website, which will include more tutorials, instruction, and videos. In the mean time, please check our blog for ideas. Also, check Find A Retailer to see if your local distributor has instructionals or classes. Have fun!

  2. I’m new to your paint. I have been using AS & have been very happy with it, but, when I saw the vivid colours you have, I will be switching. I would like to know, if, with your paint, can you mix colours to achieve a color ?

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