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How to Chalk Paint Furniture with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint

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Took a circa 1970's china hutch and transformed it completely with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint. It is an amazing before and after. Be sure to visit my post to see all the details (and be entertained by my hubby as he shares the process!) Lovin' our first project with chalk paint!
Difficulty: Medium
  • china hutch makeover with annie sloan paint, chalk paint, painted furniture

To see more: http://www.martysmusings.net/2012/11/china-hutch-makeover-with-annie-sloan-chalk-paint.html

Got a question about this project?

  • Jeannierose
    Jeannierose Candor, NY
    on Jul 6, 2015

    Oh HELP! I want to decopage on a chalk painted bookcase. Do I apply the decopage before or after waxing?

    • Jeannierose
      Jeannierose Candor, NY
      on Jul 7, 2015

      @Marty's Musings I'm applying vintage wallpaper this time...the glue is so old it no longer sticks, so will have to use Mod Podge or Elmer's, but sometimes I apply paper, vintage maps, letters, etc. Will be applying fabric to a future project, though. Sometimes I glue trim to a piece. I usually use clear wax just to seal and brighten the chalk paint. So decopage (or glue) before or after waxing? BTW, I LOVE your hutch! It really turned out well.

  • Lulusugarcookie
    Lulusugarcookie
    on Aug 16, 2015

    How much pain t did you use?

    • Marty's Musings
      Marty's Musings Greensboro, NC
      on Aug 16, 2015

      @Lulusugarcookie All the details are in the link but we had a quart of each color. There are other brands that you can use now that are less expensive like DecoArt chalk paint at Home Depot.

  • Snapoutofit
    Snapoutofit Hillsboro, OR
    on Aug 17, 2015

    Very nice. Could the design on the doors be easily removed if you didn't like the look?

    • Denise
      Denise Griffin, GA
      on May 25, 2016

      I removed all the design on my bedroom furniture for a smooth front . It looked like wood but was actually a molded plastic nailed in place, the old Mediterranean style. A few small nail holes to be filled . Used screwdriver and hammer to pry off. Was Bassett I believe from 70s

  • Ruthfinest2
    Ruthfinest2 Chula Vista, CA
    on Sep 27, 2015

    Is it expensive to buy chalk paint? Nice job

  • Ann
    Ann Poteau, OK
    on Aug 16, 2016

    love it !

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