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Painted Settee With Chalk Paint

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I found this settee at a thrift shop for $38. The bones were good but it was tired looking and a little worn. I decided to try my hand at painting it with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint!

To see more: http://twelveoaksmanor.com/2014/02/17/painted-settee/

  • Carol Tomlin
    Carol Tomlin Spencer, MA

    Amazing ! It looks so nice !

    • Angela
      Angela San Antonio, TX

      @Carol Tomlin Thank you, Carol!

  • Lynn Zawojski
    Lynn Zawojski Derry, NH

    @Marina from Canada . Here is another version of painting fabric...

  • Susan Woodcock
    Susan Woodcock United Kingdom

    Does the chalk paint come off onto clothingwhen being used everyday? I can't quite get my head round it?? LOL!

    • Angela
      Angela San Antonio, TX

      @Susan Woodcock I understand the confusion!! LOL!! When you paint your piece, it will have a dull, "chalky" look but it does not feel chalky at all. It doesn't come off on your clothes. I will say, however, that I'm not sure I would do this to a

  • Miranda
    Miranda Florence, SC

    Im never gonna pass up another fabric chair again. Thanks !

  • Gail
    Gail Hartselle, AL

    Looks great! I am in the process of painting a small sectional/chaise lounge with AS. I am happy with it thus far. Did you use AS soft wax on yours to finish? I plan to post mine when finished.

    • Angela
      Angela San Antonio, TX

      @Gail Yes, Gail...I did use the wax to finish. It softens it a bit! Please share with me when you're finished! I'd love to see!!

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