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Phyllis Stinson
Phyllis Stinson • 2 years ago

The lazy girl distress technique: I let the paint dry overnight, then I used a clear coat of sealer. You definitely don't want to skip this step, because it's what seals the paint in. And remember, I didn't sand or prime first, so unless I want the paint to continue to rub off, it has to have that final coat of sealer.

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