I love this product so much, I decided to sell it. Well, I wouldn't really call it selling. When I talk to people about this product, I think of it as sharing, sharing how great this product is. I can't say enough good things about this paint. No prep, no sanding or priming...just start painting! I don't even use a dropcloth anymore because it hardly drips! No smelly fumes and it dries in no time. I've painted wood, plastic, tile, all different types of metal, and even laminate, all with amazing results. When I told Anne Skougard of House of Anne that this paint changed my life, it made her chuckle. I mean, really...paint? But yes, I am completely serious when I tell you, it does. If you paint furniture for a living(or even for a hobby), it most certainly will!
Kim Kostka of Truly Tattered and I went to Anne's workshop room in Canyon Lake last week to play with the paint(thanks Anne!). As we were painting, Kim looked me straight in the eyes with a dead serious look on her face and proclaimed "This paint is magic". I replied "I know! It's crazy!". Kim may also have to join my support group as she can't stop painting either.
Here I am painting a wine rack in "The Room". I used Chateau Grey with clear and dark wax.
Props for the store window.
Here's the display inside the store. Love it!
When the window scape is done, I'll post a picture. It's going to be mAAAAHHHHvelous.
I also decided to paint some things to have on display when I do booths at shows and such. I found the below old children's chair and brass rocking horse at Goodwill.
Super adorbs(yes, you can even paint brass!). I custom made the pink by mixing a small amount of Emperor's Silk with Old White, then finished it of with clear and dark wax and a little distressing. The horse is Old White with clear and dark wax, also distressed.
My next project is this...
What do you get when you mix an old chair, some fabulous fabric, and Paris Grey Chalk Paint? Stayed tuned and find out!