Annie Sloan chalk paint over slick laminate finish, no prep, no problem! Antibes Green and Paris Gre


Annie Sloan chalk paint over slick laminate finish, no prep, no problem! Antibes Green and Paris Gre

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  • Jeremy Morgan
    on Mar 4, 2015

    Calm down my fellow chalk painters. Be patient with your projects. Even Bob Ross has horrible paintings.......until he FINISHES them, then the work of art can be see. magically appearing before our eyes. Same with the chalk paint. Layer and sand your paint, wax or varnish finish will make all the magic happen before your eyes. If you want a nice even finish, layer on the same color with light sanding, finish will make it look perfect..

  • Michele Mascari Edmondson
    on Oct 11, 2016

    This is great !

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