Create This Cabinet Finish Using Wood Icing™, Chalk Paint® + A Stencil

1 Hour
This cabinet door looks like gorgeous, soft fabric! (We are sharing a sponsored post by Debbie Dion Hayes of
Create this finish with Wood Icing™ Textura Paste, Chalk Paint® and a pretty stencil! Find Wood Icing products at
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This exquisite finish would also be perfect for an art canvas.
Make a sample using an old cabinet door, like this one from Habitat for Humanity, or jump in and do an entire piece of furniture!
• cabinet door for a sample, or a furniture item
• FROM WOOD ICING.COM: Textura Paste, Paris Grey & Pure White Chalk Paint®, and Clear Soft Wax
• stencil, mine is from
• brush, rags, cheesecloth or lint-free wiping cloth
Lacey Jane the kitty helper insisted upon assisting. I lightly sanded the door and wiped it off because it was shiny. Then I brushed on one coat of Paris Grey and let it dry.
I cut my stencil edges off, in order for it to fit inside the panel more easily. I put it in various positions that I liked, and simply used my finger to push a bit of Textura Paste through the stencil. It dries quickly.
Brush on a thin layer of Pure White, in random strokes so it’s not too perfect. Let dry. Use a wet rag to pull of areas of the pattern until you like the look. Let dry.
Use cheesecloth to wipe on one layer of Clear Soft Wax. Wait a few minutes and wipe off all excess. Buff to a soft sheen. If this is a piece of furniture, wait a day and add another coat of Clear Wax.
Pretty isn’t it!

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  • Susie Chilberg Susie Chilberg on Aug 19, 2018

    It’s been a while since I’ve had a chance to use Icing. Had to create a stencil to create a missing piece on an old door.

    How long should I leave the stencil on after putting the Wood Icing on?


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