I purchased my paint and wax from Tammy Brinkley of Periwinkle Pass in Banner Elk, NC. She is lovely and sometimes brings her Annie Sloans Chalk Paints and Waxes to the Metrolina in Charlotte, once a month. Here is her website: Periwinkle Pass
You don't have to sand or prime before you paint, so it saves you a lot of time. There are extremely low VOC's and it can even be used as a light "wash". Just add water! You can even use it on masonry, metals, plastic and more! I started out with "Provence" and "Old White". I cannot wait to try the others!
Here is my first project. It is a cute 4 drawer bedside dresser that I picked up while I was in Michigan. So far I really love the way it is turning out. This piece will be sold at the Metrolina next month, along with the other furniture pieces that I have started.
|Phase 1 - Cleaning|
|The painting is done - I can't wait for the finishing touches!|
Natural bristle brushes for waxing: .99 to 1.99 each
Dust masks for sanding
|A round Pouncer brush from Lowes by Signature - For applying tinted wax. $6.84|
|Sandblaster sanding sponge 180 Grit |