antiquing with chalk paint (and wax) you don't have to buy the anne sloan, and the wax.just go to home depot and buy the tintable chalk board paint (keep white or tint), buy glaze in mocha and a can of sc johnson's paste wax (furniture polish section).
creating a soft black color using ASCP. Put Graphite ASCP over a coat of Aubusson Blue ASCP for a "very soft rich black". Put a coat of clear wax over that and end with a coat of dark wax. You will have a "deep, rich, but soft black".
Layering stain for a cool effect! How to paint furniture then distress it to give your furniture that antique finish. Refinishing and painting furniture tips and techniques and using Stain to create a cool look. This weeks project I demonstrate how laye
Molly Susan Strong: New Waxing technique.New Waxing Technique: Mix Howard's Feed n Wax (made of Beeswax and orange oil) with or a little less Minwax stain, goes on like a milky consistency and you wipe right off
Annie Sloan Chalk Paint™ in Old White and Coco, distressed for a truly aged appearance, then hand waxed with both light & dark wax to highlight the details. The top has been sanded and stained in dark walnut and finished with polyurethane. by DelReyGal
Starting at the top: ‘old white’ with a coat of clear wax One coat of clear wax and then a coat of dark wax, rubbed off. One coat of ‘granite’ (ASCP granite) glaze finish (Martha Stewart’s antiquing glaze) Dry brushed ‘french linen’ over old white