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    How to antique and distress furniture with paint

    7 Ways to Age and Distress Furniture - Unexpected Elegance

    great instructions for painting furniture via Centsational Blog Blog Blog Girl

    how to distress paint and furniture

    Reasons to Use Chalk Paint1. Little To No Sanding2. It’s Forgiving – With chalk paint, the look is meant to be distressed, so when you mess up, a quick once over with a little hand sander is all you need to do to fix it, drips, etc, no worries, just sand them off.3. Easy Color Choices4. The Paint Goes a Long Way

    DIY Distressed Wood

    How to Age, Antique and Distress almost anything.

    Distress Paint with Vaseline

    spackling paste and mixed it with some paint (about 4 parts paste to 1 part paint) – just mix it really good until the paste is the same color as your paint and there are no more lumps.

    How to paint furniture: Distressed, vintage ... so easy.

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    Spray paint out of an aerosol can actually act differently than latex paint out of a can.  Here are some tips to getting better results with spray painting your furniture. Plan on a Clear Coat With Larger Surfaces - Spray paint can produce an even finish when painting surfaces like chairs and smaller #painting art

    Fantastic tutorial for how to gray wash with a paint/glaze mixture. Amazing furniture transformations of some cheap oak side tables.

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    a really great tutorial on distressing furniture

    Best Furniture Paints For Antiquing Distressing