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I’m so proud to have this opportunity to tell my Dixie Belle brand ambassador story, because like so many others, it has changed my life.
I knew the New Dixie Belle fall paint colors were limited edition, but had no idea how popular they would be! Don’t hesitate, once they’re gone, they’re gone.
Check out this a cross-hatch painting technique that I used to created a faded blue jeans painted furniture finish!
The smallest projects always have the BIGGEST impact and I LOVE this little glass kitchen cabinet upgrade!
Check out this a layered vinegar painting technique that I used with my Dixie Belle Nautical Inspo Box!
Although this French furniture piece began with a rough start, it became a beautiful color blend with filled with formal detail.
A custom blend of colors and a beautiful new furniture transfer resulting in a Lush Magnolia Furniture Finish that might just be my new favorite!
The new Dixie Belle transfer line is sentimental to me. I was honored to participate in seeing it come to fruition and excited to share them with you today!
We’ve all heard it “I can’t believe you painted that piece!”, aghast in horror at our willingness to cover such valuable treasures in a coat of paint. So how do I respond? Let’s take apart this argument piece by piece.
Jewelry boxes were hot gifts this year. I custom painted so many but this painted floral jewelry box project came with unique inspiration.
This jewelry armoire makeover was meant to coordinate with a set of side tables I finished last fall, without being an exact match.
I got to paint this dreamy dresser alongside the ultra-talented Llewellyn Krastev of Worn to Whimsy, an absolute privilege. My customer wanted a night sky
This toasted marshmallow furniture flip promotion was a Youtube collaboration and a blast! I didn’t realize what a learning experience the challenge would be for me!
When I first started painting furniture, teaching was scarce, techniques were considered very proprietary, and information took much digging. Her are my top 5 tips I wish I knew when I was just beginning furniture painting.
Yellowing is a common complaint among topcoats. Here are some general rules when considering which topcoat to use and how to prevent yellowing