Do's & Don'ts of painting outside furniture with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint.
As we continue to self-isolate amid the coronavirus pandemic, home schooling has become the new norm. This has presented some challenges to say the least, don’t get me wrong I love teaching painting techniques and craft projects but that’s not going get them a maths GCSE! All I can do is try to maintain a nice calm environment for learning, so having set their routine, even made packed lunches it soon became apparent their little old desks no longer seem accommodate all the books, tech, papers, experiments & robot building paraphernalia.
You can paint anything outdoors with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint, just remember it’s not going to preserve the wood so use Chalk Paint® Lacquer on furniture for the garden. Simply paint your piece, give the Lacquer a good stir. You can use either a Matt or Gloss finish, using a Chalk Paint® Brush, apply Lacquer all over making sure to fully cover the piece, not just the bits you can see. This will ensure complete protection from the elements. Once com
Dyeing & Painting Fabric with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint Dip dyeing with Chalk PaintTM Dip dyeing with Chalk PaintTM is a great way to completely change the colour of fabric small or large. You can control how strong the colour comes through simply by adding more water. Linen, cotton, cotton voile and synthetic curtains all …