Layering Chalk Paint®decorative Paint by Annie Sloan.

Besides playing with mixing colors and getting ready for our new workshops, so experimenting with foils and gilding waxes for you. I completed this lovely little desk for a client who wanted a coastal layered look. I love painting this way. When painting a layered look, I found it best to dampen the brush first in water, not wet, just damp then into our lovely Chalk Paint® I brush on one thin coat and let dry. Then repeat randomly with other colors. I use different brushes to get different brush strokes and textures. Then I used a technique called wet wax for the final touch. Client loved it, hmmm! may think about teaching this in one of my workshops, so many techniques and so little time. LOL

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  • Rosie Walsh Rosie Walsh on Dec 08, 2014
    @Cheryl Frampton - Thank you. Hope I can remember this when I do my next project. One further question: how do you determine when the paint is less than 100% dry??
  • Cheryl Frampton Cheryl Frampton on Dec 10, 2014
    Its just starts to change color as it dry's. Annie's paint dry's very quickly so less then 20 mins. You will get the hang of it, why not paint on a bit of wood first until you automatically get the hang of it.
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