Chalk Paint is in! Come and get it!

Chalk paint has arrived in at Stifel & Capra in Falls Church, Virginia.  I have about 18 of colors in the shop!  If you need to place a large order or want a color that is not there just email me at Kelly@stylishpatina.com.  I have the following items for your DIY projects!
- Chalk paint 
- Dark/clear wax
- Waxing brushes
- Chalk paint brushes in 2″ & 3″
- Glass knobs
- Handmade clay knobs (to come)
- Cheese cloth in bunches of 20 for cleaning off wax
- Annie Sloan Paint Transformation book 


Stifel & Capra
260 West Broad Street
Falls Church, Va 22046
phone – 703.533-3557
m-sat 10am-5pm
sunday 12-5pm


FOUNDRY
1522 U Street NW, DC
Opening September 2nd!
www.foundrybyfreeman.com
Fri, Sat, Sun 10-7


There is will paint classes coming soon…..and when FOUNDRY in DC on U Street opens in a couple weeks all of these same supplies will be available there:-)


My goal is to offer a one stop shop for all your “Refreshing” needs to stay tuned as additional products are added!  Here are the goodies!




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Cheers!
Kelly


The Shop
410 South Maple Ave
Falls Church Va 22046
* Open Wed-Sun *

Rough Luxe Marketplace
Falls Church Warehouse
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3 Responses to Chalk Paint is in! Come and get it!

  1. Kary Ross says:

    I have no experience with chalk paint. But, I would like to try on an old cupboard that is now needing something besides white chippy paint so I can bring back inside my home. It is so chippy that it “sheds”. So, I’m thinking of doing that piece as well as some “newer” pine pieces that includes my four poster bed. I think the Graphite and maybe cream or white would be good but I think I want to distress the pieces. Can you instruct me or tell me where I can learn how to apply?

    Thanks for your help!

    PS: I live in Arkansas and if there is anyplace here where I can learn the technique please let me know.

    • Kary – check out youtube for videos. It’s really quite simple..

      1. Sand and clean the items (if it needs it) – you can apply ASCP right on slick surfaces no problem or primer needed.
      2. Paint away …depending on the look you want use one or two coats…it drys fats
      3. distress is sand paper maybe 150 grit on the edges
      4. if you want apply some furniture wax AS of Johnsons (at home depot)
      5. buff wax after @ an hour

      all done!

  2. David says:

    Great blog! I have some chalk paint on order, but today I ran across DecoArt acrylic furniture paint hidden in a corner at Michaels, the description seems similar in use, but I can’t find anyone who has used it. Could you let me know how it compares in coverage, tone, sand-ability and adhesion?

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