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  • Terri Mahon

    I need to do this to some of my "ugly" furniture!

  • JoDee Haas

    painted furniture | Reclaiming furniture (Annie Sloan chalk paint seems to ... | She's Ha ...

  • Eseilanna Notgninnep

    Bringing ugly furniture back to life without having to sand it!...must do this to the bedroom furniture!

  • No Worries

    Lots of ugly furniture makeovers.

  • Jade Blackmon Flynn

    love the thought of bringing ugly furniture back to life without having to sand it!...makes me want to go yard saling for old furniture

  • Missy Lee

    SIgn me up!!! As someone who likes to refinish furniture, I need this! Bringing ugly furniture back to life without having to sand it.

  • Shari Ullian

    Bringing ugly furniture back to life without having to sand it! She claims that you just need to use chalk paint. Try Annie Sloan.

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