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  Chalk Paint Before & After



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Chalk Paint is so easy to use!  Anyone can do it!  
If have an old dresser that needs some updating, this post
will inspire you to get started!

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I am a Craigslist Junkie!  I find most of my pieces there or Goodwill.
If using Craigslist, just be careful when going to view the piece.  Make sure someone is with you.  

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This was the "BEFORE" dresser.
It was in very good condition, a little outdated though and had lots of problems on the top!


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As you can see above I think finger nail polish remover was the cause of the large spots on top!  I stripped the top and sanded it down.  Then, I painted the top with a nice coffee color stain and finished off with a coat of poly.

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Voila!  What a difference on the top!


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Technique For This Buffet:

I applied 2 coats of Annie Sloan Old White Chalk Paint allowing to dry between each coat.

Sanded edges to distress a bit.

Gave it a clear coat of Annie Sloan Clear Wax.

Then heavily distressed with Annie Sloan Dark Wax.

I repainted all of the hardware and VOILA.

I think it turned out pretty good!



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Another Chalk Paint Project Coming Soon!

This piece sold to a lovely gal.  Hope to see her back!

I'm working on several more pieces and will post soon!


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