I have a wooden small drop leaf table that has no varnish or other coating on it. I want to try a project with chalk paint. What is the best way to go about it?
We bought a dresser and chest from a lady that mixed ivory chalk paint and mineral chalk paint together to paint them. When we put the chest in the truck it got scrat... See more
Hello y’all and thank you for your input.... I am seriously wanting to chalk paint both my garage floor and patio floor (which is about to become a screened in porc... See more
I had a new deck and railings put on my house. The builders used a Thompsons water resistant sealer on the wood railings. When the painters painted the railings used ... See more
I posted a question about my cabinets a couple of months ago, but the picture I included was old with bad lighting and didn't show the updates we'd already made. So I... See more
My first try using the 'unfallable' chalk paint. I guess I tried it on the wrong piece to 'get it right'. Is this how it is supposed to look on detailed pieces (spi... See more
How can I do a wall in my living room to a white weathered look and for a reasonably priced material? Thanks
I have a chair, instead of upholstering I want to paint it.
I'm stenciling on a variety of surfaces with chalk paste that will or could come into contact with food and I'm wondering if there is a way to seal the item for safe ... See more
I am updating my bathrooms from the old gold color fixtures to black or dark rubbed bronze. Any ideas how to do this to the metal parts around the sliding glass show... See more
I found this beautiful piece of mesquite wood that I'm turning into coffee table. I've already added hairpin legs and am unsure how to finish the top. I've had to tre... See more
My neighbor was throwing this out an I know that I can fix this somehow .this will be my first project .
I want to Renew. ThankS for your Ideals, In advance, I’m also painting front door!!
I have a few glass mugs that I'd love to transform into something like this, any paint/technique suggestions? Thanks Hometalk!
Specifically for vinyl and fabric.