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How to Use Lace With Wood Icing® Textura Paste

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Quick little video showing how to use lace with Wood Icing® Textura Paste
I show how to spread the Textura Paste over the top of lace. And I also show how to press lace into the Textura Paste. We paint both with Chalk Paint® by Annie Sloan. We used this technique on the Flag project we posted.
"How To" Use Lace with Wood Icing® Textura Paste.
Such a stunning design for drawer fronts. Find the perfect lace for your project and turn any piece into a work of art using Wood Icing® Textura Paste.
Wood Icing is water based with easy fast clean up. No harsh odor or chemicals. Wash out the lace and use it over and over.
Once your design is dry, you can paint, stain or glaze for a beautiful finish. Wood Icing® Textura Paste is an extremely durable product.

Materials I used for this project:

  • Wood Icing® Textura Paste   (http://www.woodicing.com/)
  • Lace   (Fabric store)
  • Chalk Paint® by Annie sloan   (http://www.woodicing.com/)

To see more: http://www.woodicing.com/

Got a question about this project?

  • Wood Icing® Company
    Wood Icing® Company Foristell, MO

    thank you Cathy, Please let us know if you have any questions

  • Rambie
    Rambie Gainesville, FL

    So very pretty! It will be fun trying something new. Thanks for sharing with us.

  • Stella
    Stella Canada

    Thank you so much for sharing!!!It's very inspiring, indeed!I would like to try this project but as i'm not living in USA i'm not sure what kind of texture i should use...Is it a thick paste?

  • Glendarvblessed

    Wow, this is one I've never tried...its beautiful...you did a great job...thanks for sharing

    • Rose
      Rose Foristell, MO

      Thank you. I appreciate your kind words.

  • Anamariapinheiro78

    thanks for sharing this wonderful work

  • Anamariapinheiro78

    i will try. thanks

  • Patti
    Patti Parryville, PA

    All I can say is WOW 😳. LOVE it never saw anything like that. Thank You for the share.

  • Zelia Pacheco

    I will try it if I can find the wood icing....

  • Cynthia Layne
    Cynthia Layne Spring, TX

    This is really pretty. I'm going to have to try it. Thank you for sharing.

  • Cudownunder55

    You make it look so easy. Either it is or your one hell of a crafter ! 😊 Can't wait to try this on my bureau. Thanks so much. Great video.

  • R
    R Corning, NY

    I'm going to try this with joint compound!

    • Diena Cameron
      Diena Cameron North Bend, OR

      I had the same idea Corning NY, hope it works otherwise I will be buying some Textura ! .) Mine is going on a small chest, I'm adding handles, bun feet, champagne Rustoleum spraypaint and then the joint compound but i will mix in a small amount of

  • Zepure1

    i wish someone can do mine i am not a handy person and get anxiety when it does not turn out someone please come and do for me

  • Marsgreen7

    wow, now that's cool.

  • Lindapage40

    Or possibly use Elmer's Glue to sort of mod-pouge the lace

    • Diena Cameron
      Diena Cameron North Bend, OR

      Lindapage40, i would say go for it ! Unless you just want the imprint otherwise the lace will be glued to your piece if you use elmers glue. If that is your intention, It will probably be beautiful. I have seen it ( lace) used as the stencil, if you

  • Emily
    Emily Cape Elizabeth, ME

    I did this many years ago but just used plain paint and lace. First painted a bureau white and then put a piece of lace on it and then painted the whole thing green.

  • Emily
    Emily Cape Elizabeth, ME

    see above

  • Muriel J Moore
    Muriel J Moore Newmarket, NH

    It seems to be a lengthy process, but the results are quite pretty. I have an old lace table cloth that was my Mother's, it has several holes where the handmade lace has separated. This would be sweet as a means of preserving the original design.

    • Muriel J Moore
      Muriel J Moore Newmarket, NH

      I think it's made of cotton thread. Perhaps the #10 crochet cotton. I have been trying to mend it for years, to no avail. I was once handy with a needle myself. I would never destroy it. I think either my Mother's Mother or her Mother crocheted it

  • Alice Thomas

    Hi I love it and will use it, one day when I get my own place. Alice Fallston ,MD

  • Evelyn Yurgensen

    The charity thrift store where I volunteer usually has some inexpensive type of lace curtain or valance.

  • Mixon_37917
    Mixon_37917 Knoxville, TN

    Oooooh yes ☺

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