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Faux Malachite Coffee Table

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Turn a thrift store coffee table into an amazing malachite showstopper with my special faux malachite technique.
Watch how to do it here!
Here's a list of things I used:
Americana Glazing Medium
Americana Acrylics in Sea Aqua, Sea Breeze, Sweet Mint, Forest Green, Evergreen & Antique Teal
E-6000 Glaze Coat
Thrift Store Coffee Table
Americana Decor Metallics in Vintage Brass
Cardboard
Small torch or long arm lighter
I love how easy this is once you get the hang of it. If you don't like your first attempt, just paint over it and start again until you get it just right!
With all of my stuff piled on top!

Materials I used for this project:

  • Americana Acrylic Paint   (Amazon.com)
  • Glaze Coat   (Amazon.com)
  • Americana Glazing Medium   (Amazon.com)
  • Diana Deiley
    Diana Deiley Nokomis, FL
    on May 16, 2017

    AWESOME! I just love the color. Wonderful project. Thanks for sharing with all of us.

  • William
    William Burbank, IL
    on May 17, 2017

    Great technique , Mark. You make it look so simple and easy.

  • DP
    DP Hollsopple, PA
    on May 17, 2017

    beautiful, someday I have to find a piece of furniture and try this

    • Mark Montano
      Mark Montano Los Angeles, CA
      on May 17, 2017

      I see tables (perfect for this) at almost every 2nd hand store. You'll find something.

  • CoastalBohemian
    CoastalBohemian Myrtle Beach, SC
    on May 17, 2017

    You keep me going Mark. I'm feeling inspired as usual. I've been so busy and missing your posts on FB , and your live Fridays. You are my guilty late night pleasure.

    • Mark Montano
      Mark Montano Los Angeles, CA
      on May 17, 2017

      I'm so happy you watch us on Fridays. We have so much fun recapping the week!

  • Bryan's Workshop
    Bryan's Workshop
    on May 17, 2017

    Awesome as usual Mark! Great idea and perfect video.

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