Using an image from the Graphics Fairy, I applied it with the "Mod Podge" method. (Print image on paper; apply face down using Mod Podge and let dry overnight; wet paper and begin rubbing paper off to reveal image on your piece) I finished off with a coat of Annie Sloan clear wax, distressed a bit and topped it with a bit of her dark wax.
If you let the wax dry for a day and then buff it, you get a nice, soft shine to the piece.
NOW . . . are you ready for a chance to win some of this great paint??
I am fortunate enough to live just a few blocks from an amazing Annie Sloan stockist (yep, no shipping charges!) Michelle at Di Lucca Designs has some amazing transformation photos on her web and Facebook page that you'll want to see. She is such a sweet, helpful and knowledgeable gal and for those of you who are local, she's just beginning workshops also!
Michelle is offering one fortunate winner: Your choice of TWO colors of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint, a can of A.S. Clear Wax AND a copy of the book "Creating the French Look" . . . how great is that??!!
Here's how you can enter:
IMPORTANT: If you are a no-reply blogger and I don't have an email address for you, I can't enter you as there is no way for me to contact you. Please make sure I have an email address for you! If I don't , I can't enter you. (Note: U.S. residents only as this stuff is HEAVY to ship. Thanks for understanding!)
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Stop by Di Lucca Designs "Transformations" page and tell us which project you like the most - one entry
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A winner will be selected using Randomiser on Tuesday, August 23.