How come distressed-aged look is so popular? When I see that finish I want to repaint it. Am I the only one out there?
I wanted that distressed crackle paint look so we looked up how to do it and found the elmers glue trick. We painted the glue over the base coat and made sure it didn... See more
Can any member suggest me?
I have painted my kitchen counters with Rustoleum hammered paint and it looks great but something leaked onto the counter and hours later when I discovered it and wip... See more
Wonder if anyone has had experience with painting 2 1/2” blinds that can’t be unstrung and have a fabric “ribbon” that is stapled to the bottom. What would h... See more
I used three coats of red chalk paint on a nightstand redo and the wood grain is still coming through. It's not a terrible look but had hoped for a solid finish. Any ... See more
I've been turning my own wood pens on the lathe out of burled, spalted and exotic woods. This pic is an example of 4 that I made with different hardware and type of w... See more
I have a sun room that was in bas shape. Lots of windows and a brick wall vHave sanded it and now getting ready to Kilz it. Should i spray it ore had paint it.
I'm interested in the bubble painting technique for kids crafts using bubble mix and tempra. Does anyone have an idea of how to do this to an entire wall? The mixtu... See more
My dining room buffet is ugly. I would like to paint it, but I am afraid the paint will not stick. Please, I need an inspiration before Thanksgiving.
I have old kitchen cupboards made of pressed wood with a wood grain paper like laminate over the top. They are from the 70's and I would so like to paint them but am ... See more
I really love the look of chalk paint. So much so that I make my own to use on furniture redo's. I mostly use white and do not sand before painting. When I go to seal... See more
I did an acrylic paint pour and sealed it with Rust-Oleum 2X. Can I use a 2 part epoxy over the Rust-Oleum 2X Ultra Cover Clear Gloss without ruining the pour?
t to do my counter tops to look like marble have any ideason how to do them.
Whats the easiest way to take all of this off. White stain and white paint
Ceiling is peeling
I just replaced these knobs not too long ago, and do not want to go to the expense of buying new ones again, but have changed my décor, and want darker ones....HELP!... See more
How do I make my pure white wooden window treatment look like my antiqued cream fireplace?? Links to tutorials would be a great help. TIA!!
I have seen tutorials on how to stencil a glass door. I, however want to stick a design on the pane and then spray the frosting. Once it is dry I would remove the sti... See more
I want to glue paper handprints yo a wooden tv table and laquer it so it can be wiped down when used. Any suggestions?