Read on and see how easy it really is! 1. Select 3 colours. 2. Coat your surface with each colour. (remember no sanding, priming etc needed) 3. After each coat and while the paint is still slightly wet scrape,sand or chip back parts of the paint. 4. Seal with Newton's wax to give a slightly creamy aged finish. Happy painting!
Hi there, Thank you, to all you lovely creators who have been sending us pictures of your before and afters.Nothing makes us happier than seeing your amazing creations and reading how much you all are enjoying the ease and fun of reviving your home decor with chalk paint. This gorgeous buffet was transformed in Sage Green. Hayley painted this feature wall in Powder Blue, her whole family are enjoying unleashing their artistic flair, drawing on the wall with chalk. Have a wonderful day.
These are up and ready to order at our online shop now. Click HERE to see our gorgeous palette of colours available.
This tired old pine hutch was a trade me purchase, rescued from a life of languishing in an old shed.
It was lovingly restored back to life with Beige* (for the main part), Aged White on the drawers and top face.Then the whole piece was waxed with Newtons Liquid Wax in light with a little bit of dark wax to enhance the embellishments.
*NB:Since this post was posted,we have very slightly changed the blend for Beige, making it more a soft taupe colour so Beige is now renamed Taupe!
Pop over to Chinagrove Creating for details on this lovely and easy DIY makeover.