Looking for a weekend project? Look no further! From dated to modern farmhouse, Kathy from Broaken Roads shows how she took a plain, wooden rolling island, and transformed it with a chic modern farmhouse look. Watch her short 20 minute video to learn how to do it yourself!
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Furniture can be documented back to Egyptian times for wrapping furniture in linen and plaster. The artisan technique can add a texture and relief like no other finish. Our Plaster Wrap allows you to add unique texture to your next piece. Just wet, apply, and add a finish on top for a beautiful old world look.
Wet the linen wrap with a moist sponge and apply or cut to size. Do not overlap. Pounce with a wet round brush to moisten and dry in place. Sand after drying and paint with Amy Howard At Home One Step Paint and apply Milk Paint for a textured antiqued finish.
Let Amy teach you her secrets. Watch the video below:
Our Toscana Milk Paint allows you to easily recreate the iconic historic patina found on European antiques. Each carefully curated pigment is sourced from Italy and the South of France to provide superior finish, color, and vibrancy. Whether you are a beginner or an expert purist, you are sure to fall in love with Amy’s favorite finish!
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Have you been wanting to start your own furniture selling business, but don't know where to start? Sonja from Socks On A Rooster is here to help! In just eight minutes, Sonja shows you her go to finish for furniture pieces. This simple and easy finish is sure to wow your customers. We can't wait to see what you create!
Give cabinets, tabletops, counters, and more a faux marble design that looks authentic. Watch as Sonja from Socks On A Rooster walks you through step by step how to create this marble look with One Step Paint.
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One Step Paint: Sonja used Ballet White, Windsor, Holey Moley, and Linen
You heard that right! Join Amy as she and Chef Josh show you how they make their very own resin charcuterie boards. Scroll below to find all of the products you will need for this fabulous DIY that will have all of your guests talking!
Tap the video below for a step-by-step guide on how to make your very own custom charcuterie board:
Apply Bauhaus Buff One Step Paint To Vase As A Primer
Cover the vessel completely. She used a synthetic brush for this step. Allow the paint to dry.
Add Venetian Plaster To A Grey One Step Paint
Add four to five spoonfuls of One Step Paint to a bowl. Add a scoop cup of Venetian Plaster to the bowl and mix. You may need to add water to the mixture if mixture is too thick. The mixture should look like sheet rock.
Dab Mixture On With Chip Brush
Cover the entire vessel with the dabbing motion. Let this dry.
Sand Down Vase
Use Java One Step Paint And Apply To Base Of Vase With A Dabbing Motion
Don't cover the entire vessel with this paint. Only the bottom of the vessel should be covered.
Use A Taupe One Step Paint Color And Apply To Top Of Base With A Dabbing Motion
Don't cover the entire vessel with this paint. Only the top of the vessel should be covered.
Dip Brush In Water And Continue Dabbing Motion To Help Blend Colors