Annie Sloan's brand new color..Antoinette...a gorgeous muted pink. I call it a pink for grown up gals!


after..no sanding or priming needed!
before

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  • MAGGIE
    on Oct 25, 2019

    WHERE DID YOU FIND THAT ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS TRAY? YOU MADE IT BEAUTIFUL!!!!

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  • Donna McCrummen
    on Feb 2, 2012

    Sheila I've been dying to try milk paint. Where did you get it? I really love the waxed finish but it's hard (the wax that is) and not easy to work with. I did a piece today using Howard's Feed and Wax with a big scoop of AS dark wax mixed in. It's on a dark walnut stained finish so it doesn't look dirty. If I don't get the beautiful sheen I'll put a coat of AS clear on it. The Howard's is soft and the AS is firm so mixed it was a nice consistency. Tomorrow I'll be trying Howard's mixed with stain over lightly distressed Duck Egg. I read about this idea recently. Was it on your blog? Sounds good, wax and stain together.

  • Sally Roesner Fuhr
    on May 28, 2015

    love the new color....accented with silver.

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