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how to glaze furniture using Valspar (Lowes) translucent mixing glaze and walnut stain (you can use any color of stain, or even paint)

Kitchen Cabinets Painted with AS Chalk Paint and sealed with AS Lacquer: And my favorite pre-mixed glaze, Mocha from Lowes. 1 can of Chateau Grey Annie Sloan Chalk Paint: $35 (did not use a whole can) Annie Sloan Lacquer: $54 (only used half) Valspar Translucent Glaze in Mocha: $15 (used very little)

ANTIQUING FURNITURE 1 part of Min Wax's Dark Walnut with 2 parts Valspar's Clear Mixing Glaze. #1 paint your item your desired color #2 Distress it. I wanted white to show through so I first primed it and then painted the pink over the top. #3 Brush your above mixture all over. paint on the stain glaze mixture and then wipe it off.

great tutorial (this and others) on painting and glazing furniture "For this piece i used Valspar (Lowes) translucent mixing glaze and walnut stain (you can use any color of stain, or even paint). I mix mine about 3:1" Sweet Pickins Furniture

DIY. Surfer Teal Behr paint. Let Dry. [Lightly] brush on Valspar Antiquing Glaze & wipe with a cloth until you get the look you want! Paint inside drawers [Pink] or any color you want! :)

4 foolproof shades of green paint. Click through for color names & where to buy.

I used homemade chalk paint (1 cup latex and 1/4 cup baking soda). The paint color I used is called Posh Red by Valspar and I used a glaze to darken it a little. I added new hardware from Hobby Lobby, distressed along the edges and and sealed with Johnson's Paste Wax.

Check out my "before" home pics and the inspiration behind My Two Easy Room Makeovers with Valspar Paint over on Creature Comforts Blog today | www.valsparpaint.com

Paint Color: Magic Spell by Valspar (left), Bonsai by Valspar (right)

Crystal Aqua, from Valspar - I love this table but the paint color is the best part about it!