How to Use Stain over Paint Trashy Tuesday
Oops, I did it again….I went Dumpster Diving and curbside shopping. I have a FIRM belief that if you need something, a piece of furniture, etc…..think about it every time you go out “hunting”. It won’t be long before it will show up. Like this Dresser did!
We were in need of a nightstand upgrade for Suffering Husband. Me, not wanting to buy a NEWISH piece of furniture knew I would find something suitable for free. Sure enough, this broken chest of drawers materialized one morning.
Tip: put the paste on and let dry slightly. Take a damp rag and wipe off the excess. This way, you will need to do little to no sanding to smooth the piece.
Now onto the project. I used CeCe Caldwell’s 100% Natural Chalk + Clay Based Paints in Newport Navy, then darkened the color and added an illusion of a wood grain simply by “painting” on and wiping off CeCe Caldwell’s all Natural Stain + Finish in Walnut Grove.
Check out the full details of how to use paint over stain and makeover this dumpster dresser in my how-to video:
I added an extra layer of protection (and because I like the way a wax finish feels) using CeCe Caldwell’s 100% Natural Waxing Cream.
I love the finished product. It goes perfectly in our bedroom and compliments that gorgeous painting we have over our bed by Nicole Buffet. (More on that later).
Got a furniture painting problem, or just want to know where to find the best stuff and how to Dumpster Dive, Curbside Shop and find things for Free? Then check out my How To Dumpster Dive Series. Stick around here, I have tons of tutorials and tons of finishes to share.
That’s it for Trashy Tuesday and Stain over Paint Makeovers. Hope you have a fabulously trashy week.
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