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This tile effect table top is easy to create using the Tile Stencil designed by Annie Sloan exclusively for The Colourist issue 1!
Annie Sloan shows you how to paint with Chalk Paint® in Lem Lem, her special, limited edition colour in collaboration with Oxfam. Every pot of Lem Lem sold will raise vital funds for Oxfam, helping people beat poverty worldwide.
Annie shows you how to paint a marble surface using Chalk Paint®! As marble tends to be shiny, Annie recommends starting with a thin coat of Chalk Paint®. Painting marble isn't something everyone will want to do, but it's a brilliant way to update a piece if you don't like the colour!
Annie shows you how to create a two-colour distress using her signature technique and two colours from the Chalk Paint® palette!
Annie shows you how to antique a pine bedhead, using Dark Chalk Paint® Wax! This wax is the perfect and easy way to age and bring out the texture of your paint work.
Annie Sloan shows you the fastest way to update your kitchen cabinets, by simply using Chalk Paint® and Wax!
It's easy to create your own patterns with Chalk Paint® – you can use stencils and found objects just like Annie did on this beautiful wooden chest.
Adding detail to your painted projects is easy with Annie Sloan Gilding Wax. Follow Annie's top tips for applying Gilding Wax to your painted furniture and achieve a luxe finish in no time.
Waxing your painted furniture is easy. Follow Annie Sloan's top tips for applying Chalk Paint® Wax and you'll be able to enjoy a gorgeous finish that will last and last.
Ombré means 'shaded' in French and this gradual change from one colour to the next has been huge over recent years, especially in the world of fashion. It's so lovely to see this idea crossing over to painted furniture and achieving it with Chalk Paint® is a great way to take your painting to the next level!