Annie Sloan clear wax is great for finishing your Chalk Paint® projects! It is easy to use and leaves a great, clear finish. It is water-repellent so can be used on dining room tables, kitchens, etc. And just wipe clean regularly with a damp cloth!
Annie Sloan Craqueleur is a two-part set for achieving a crackled finish.
Step 1 and Step 2: $25 Each
To age and give texture to your paintwork apply Annie Sloan Clear Soft Wax first then apply apply Dark Soft Wax. Wipe off any excess, then use the Clear Soft Wax to take more off if you need to. Leave the dark wax in the recesses to create a great antique look. Apply with a brush or rag.
Annie Sloan Lacquer is designed to go over Chalk Paint® for wood or concrete surfaces. This is clear matt lacquer but there is a very slight sheen because we want to offer some strength.
We highly recommend using Annie Sloan paint brushes. Made of pure bristle, this is a great brush for painting, particularly to achieve texture. It is oval, with a metal ferule and wooden handle. They can also be used for applying wax.
“When I went to Art School, I was encouraged to keep a sketchbook. I used it to collect colours, pieces ripped from magazines, and pattern making. I still do. You can use this Work Book in the same way.” -Annie Sloan
We are excited to offer CHALK PAINT® DECORATIVE Paint workshops! Our very own Lisa, who has been trained specifically in CHALK PAINT® DECORATIVE PAINT, teaches these two hour long classes. Each class you will learn various techniques.
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“You’ll learn how to work with colour and undertake projects in lots of different styles, including French, Boho Chic, Swedish, Country and Modern Contemporary. You’ll also learn several techniques such as distressing, colourwashing, gilding, decoupage, stencilling, dyeing fabric with paint and creating limed oak and faux marble effects.”-Annie Sloan
“The French look is simple but the influences are many. Greys, whites and linens with toile de Jouy is the most well known look but we also have chic and quirky Parisian influence as well as the sunny and bright look from the south.” -Annie Sloan
“In this book, I really pushed the boat out and did 50 (yes, FIFTY!) pieces of furniture. It includes before and after pics with step-by-step instructions for mainly painted furniture projects, with projects for walls and floors.” -Annie Sloan