2.16.2012

Chalk Paint and Lace


 Today I want to show you a little table re-do I recently finished.
Here's what it started off as:
First I painted it with a chalk paint made from 1 cup flat paint and one tablespoon 
Plaster of Paris (found at Home Depot).

I love chalk paint for several reasons:
1. You don't have to prime or sand beforehand unless there's dents or scratches you don't want showing through. It's thick consistency will usually hide small marks. 2. If you're an impatient person when it comes to waiting for the paint to dry to apply your next coat, chalk paint was made for you! It dries very quickly, cutting your work time in half. 3. You can change it's consistency by adding water to thin it out and can even create a washed look.

This little table was the perfect piece to try this idea I found on Pinterest.
I laid a lace curtain on the table and positioned the pattern the way I wanted. 
Then cut off the excess and taped the fabric underneath.
Using Krylon Dual, I painted evenly over the lace. 
After waiting for it to dry, I removed the lace very slowly...
And voila!


What do you think? 

Thank you so much for stopping in today! 


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15 comments:

  1. This is one of the coolest things I've seen in awhile!!!

    Love it!
    --Katie

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    1. Thank you, Katie! I'll be sure to link up at your party this week!

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  2. Very nce! I just joined your site!

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  3. Holly, I love that! so shabby cool!

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  4. Hi Holly! I'm glad to be connected - I'm a new follower. :) I LOVE this idea for a lace tabletop!!! You've got me wondering what I might apply this to...
    -Revi

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  5. I'll be putting this on FB sometime tomorrow!!!

    Thanks for linking it up!

    --Katie

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  6. Featuring this tonight!

    --Katie
    @ Creatively Living

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  7. Holly,
    I loved this table! Great idea. My b'day is coming up soon! Love, Nina

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    1. I'm so happy you do! I know your birthday is coming up and it will definitely be a good one! xxoo

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  8. Hi Holly, I wanted to let you know that i featured your table today! Stop by and grab a button, I would love it if you would link something up again!
    Kim@madeinaday
    http://madeinaday.com

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  9. Hi Holly! Just saw your table featured at Made in a Day! Had to stop by your blog for a better look! Luv your table - so very pretty!
    I am your newest follower. Please stop by my blog and say hello. I love comments and followers :) Lets keep in touch with LF!
    Heather @ settingforfour.blogspot.com

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  10. WOW, I love this! It looks amazing. I saw you featured at Made in a Day. Great job!

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