We had a fun time in Sunday's Annie Sloan Introductory Workshop.
I had ten ladies join me for the class and this is one of the things
I taught them all~how to create an antiqued molding using Chalk Paint™
decorative paint and French Gilding Wax.
the cracks in the wood? The fancy picture frame molding was the inspiration for this simpler piece of molding~but it yielded the same stunning results.
all the cracks and lines on the sample. But we weren't finished yet....
Another sample board we created was showing how to make
a rustic effect using irregular brush strokes and then applying the
Dark Wax for exposing the texture. The class used Old Ochre Chalk Paint™
followed by Dark Wax straight up~it looked like leather.
We played with Gilder's Paste in Antique Gold which has a coppery
look to it~we rubbed it into areas of the leathery Rustic Technique sample board. This would make an awesome furniture finish!
By adding an extra step using metallics you are able to enhance
your furniture and cabinetry projects with ease.
There were other techniques taught during the Introductory Workshop too.
But as you can see~Introductory doesn't mean Basic, Simple or Beginner...
You learn some awesome tricks using Annie Sloan's techniques
that she has taught all of us Stockists! So find a Stockist near you by
visiting AnnieSloanUnfolded.com to take a workshop if you would
like to learn this kind of stuff.
Of course if you are nearby,
I'd love to have you join me~!
Check out our workshop lineup right here at
You can also find the Gilding Wax at my online shop.
The Gilding Pastes will be added tomorrow~