Our house is filled with ARTISTS and so that means a lot of projects. I also have several furniture pieces that I want to revamp and PAINTING them is what I want to do. We love DixieBelle Chalk Mineral Paints because it is perfect for our painting projects. It will revive the old and in with the NEW LOOK!
I have an old table I want to use in our reading room to do crafts or just put books on it, so we decided to paint it with DixieBelle Paints. My daughter wanted to do a design on it, so we put duck tape on the table for the design and did a couple of coats and DONE! Super easy paint to use- real smooth and easy to paint on furniture. We also put some glaze on it too.
Table for our reading room needs a new look:
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One more little plug for Dixie Belle...When the sample products arrived, there were several different gel stains. The table below is the entry table right inside our front door and I literally opened the paint package and couldn't wait to test them out, so I went to town on this water stained table with the [...]
Simple and quick to make, these Snowman Blocks add the perfect decor to your front porch during the winter season. Especially if you’re lacking in the actual snow.DIY Wooden Snowman Blocks 4×4 wooden blocks, varying sizesDixie Belle PaintsSanta HatsPlaid FabricPaintbrushTo make your snowman blocks we found it handy to already have the Santa hats attached to [...]
Simple Sojourns Click here to read fabulous full article on how to re-purpose old worn out furniture to something fabulous and new by Simple Sojourns ...."Dixie Belle Chalk Paint is brilliant! It’s the perfect paint for almost everything: wood, laminate, metal, glass, and most everything else in between. We decided to try our hand at a few smaller projects before [...]
The REAL history of who Invented chalk paint Contrary to popular belief, chalk paint has been around since the Cave Men. That’s right, calcium carbonite (better known as chalk) was detected in most every prehistoric cave paintings from 10,000 to 40,000 B.C. [...]