Heirloom Traditions Paint Challenge
I was so excited when Nicolette informed me that I was chosen as a winner of the Heirloom Traditions Paint Challenge. I knew exactly what piece I would paint ( red cabinet/end table)and what color (French Toile). It is such a beautiful shade of blue.
I cleaned the cabinet with water and mild dish soap. I then removed the knobs, drawer and doors.
I decided I wanted pulls for the doors instead of knobs. I purchased a pkg of 2 for $1 at my local Habitat Restore.
I spray painted the pulls and knobs.
I know with chalk paint you don't need to sand. I had a spider web looking finish. I wanted it to be smooth.
I drilled holes for the new pulls and filled the old ones with wood filler. I let the filler dry and then sanded it down. Now for the exciting part, painting it.
I then attached the hardware and doors.
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- Materials I used for this project: Heirloom Traditions Paint (Free for winning Paint Challenge.)
- Sand paper from Lowes Premium Enamel spray paint from Ace Hardware. Elmer's wood filler from Ace Hardware. Chalk paint brush from JoAnns Fabric.
Published April 9th, 2017 7:55 PM
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Karen Merritt3 on Apr 10, 2017Thank you for your nice comment.
Nicolette Spargo on Apr 10, 2017Stunning! Really love how it turned out
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