Chalk Paint Projects Simple
For my first Chalk Paint® project, I decided to tackle a small hand-me-down hall table from my in-laws that we've been using as a Hot Drinks Station. Some of you Thinking Closet veterans may remember the original Hot Drinks Station in our guest room; but over the past two years, it has just been much
I love using Chalk Paint to paint furniture, and just about anything. So today I'm sharing the 5 top ways to seal Chalk Paint (plus pros and cons of each)! I've been painting and refinishing furniture (and just stuff) for so many years, I can not even count. So when I first heard about this Chalk Paint stuff, I
It's popular for its ease of use and unique chalky finish that seems to make almost anything look good painted. No more worries about paint lines and weird sticky spots on your painted Today I'm sharing a super easy, simple, and cheap way to make your own chalk paint, along with a recent project.
These 7 no fail chalk painting tips for beginners prove that anyone can learn to paint and are guaranteed to get you hooked on the latest craze and fun way to paint furniture and home decor accessories! True confession here. If you aren't familiar with my blog you may not know one simple
Chalk paint is fairly thick, which means you don't have to sand or prime beforehand. This saves hours of prep work, especially when you are doing a big Chalk paint usually has less drips, and is quick to dry, often needing only an hour in between coats. Use your technique of choice to get a layered or
Websters Chalk Paint Powder, CeCe Caldwell's Chalk and Clay Paint, along with a DIY version using Calcium Carbonate Powder. I would like to share the It will only help with adhesion and doesn't take long. A simple sanding block with fine to medium grit sandpaper will do the job. Make sure to clean all