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ASCP - Primer Red.  Two coats & dark wax

ASCP - Primer Red. Two coats & dark wax

DIY BARN WOOD :: She stained a piece of scrap board with Minwax white tint base wood stain in Slate and realized it was a bit too dark for her liking so she mixed the stain 50/50 with water which made a big difference. She let it dry over night and the next day used some ASCP in Pure White to white wash over the wood (mixing 1-2 Tbsp. with 1 cup water). She brushed it on then wiped it off with a paper towel. :: CLICK or here's another link: www.hawthorneandmain.com/2014/09/diy-barn-wood.html

DIY BARN WOOD :: She stained a piece of scrap board with Minwax white tint base wood stain in Slate and realized it was a bit too dark for her liking so she mixed the stain 50/50 with water which made a big difference. She let it dry over night and the next day used some ASCP in Pure White to white wash over the wood (mixing 1-2 Tbsp. with 1 cup water). She brushed it on then wiped it off with a paper towel. :: CLICK or here's another link: www.hawthorneandmain.com/2014/09/diy-barn-wood.html

San Clemente Reveal | Part Two - Blackband Design Jungalow style vignette in loft. Custom green antiqued dresser/cabinet.

San Clemente Reveal | Part Two - Blackband Design Jungalow style vignette in loft. Custom green antiqued dresser/cabinet.

How to distress furniture the easy way.  Design Stash: Distressed Yellow Dresser and How I Sand Furniture

How to distress furniture the easy way. Design Stash: Distressed Yellow Dresser and How I Sand Furniture

color - annie sloan  I started this vanity's makeover with a coat of Old White, followed by a coat of 3 parts Old White/1 part Duck Egg Blue.  From there I tapped into my new found knowledge of furniture waxing tips and tricks, thanks to a few extra helpful tutorials from sweet and generous bloggers (see my Paint it Annie! Pinterest Board for links!)  First an overall coat of clear wax, then dark, followed by clear again...and then a whole lot of buffing!  And here is the finished product...

color - annie sloan I started this vanity's makeover with a coat of Old White, followed by a coat of 3 parts Old White/1 part Duck Egg Blue. From there I tapped into my new found knowledge of furniture waxing tips and tricks, thanks to a few extra helpful tutorials from sweet and generous bloggers (see my Paint it Annie! Pinterest Board for links!) First an overall coat of clear wax, then dark, followed by clear again...and then a whole lot of buffing! And here is the finished product...

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