Okay, now back to your regularly scheduled programming…. Step 9. Apply your Annie Sloan Soft Wax to seal the paint. This is the step that perplexed and intimidated me the most, but now that I have tried it, I’m shaking my head at how easy it was. “Oh happy day!” is the name of this tune, my friends! Here’s little DIY Chair Makeover so you can sing along with me. Painting Upholstery with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint ® I have completed three projects with Annie’s chalk paint have loved the results. I am getting ready to post my second project and would love to refer my readers to your great FAQ post. Learn how to paint kitchen cabinets with Chalk Paint. NO prep, NO stripping, NO primer. Hands down the easiest way to DIY Painting Kitchen cabinets white! Product Description. Everything your young artist needs when inspiration strikes: Four eight ounce bottles of vibrant poster paint (R/B/Y/G), four spill-proof paint cups, four medium sized brushes, a roll of easel paper, a 10-pack of jumbo rainbow chalk, an eraser and a dry erase marker. After spending $45 and a half day drive on a quart of brand name chalk paint, I was determined to find the BEST Homemade Chalk Paint Recipes for a cost efficient alternative.. If you’re interested in mixing your own chalk paint to save yourself time and money, read on because I discovered a bunch of interesting stuff I wasn’t made aware of on other blogs. .
DIY Chalk Paint Recipes. Many of you have asked me what DIY Chalk Paint recipe I use the most. I use the Calcium Carbonate Powder recipe. If I want a super durable finish, I may add a little bit of Plaster of Paris to the mix, but not too much as PoP can (not always) make the chalk paint mix thick. First, I want to say this is NOT a sponsored post and I wasn’t paid to say anything or use Annie Sloan chalk paint. I just LOVE it and want to share it with you. I recently partnered with HGTV HOME and Joann Fabric and Craft Stores in a room remodel challenge and I chose my master bedroom. My old dresser needed instant help! I knew I had to paint it… So unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that chalk paint is all the rage here in crafty blogland. As a member of crafty blogland, I felt as if I was my duty to give chalk paint a whirl. I’m continually asked why I don’t use Chalk Paint, so I thought I’d just put all the info in a post. That way, when I’m asked, I can just give people this link. .