BYOP! Have a piece of furniture, a vintage chair or small table, but you just don’t know the process to redo it? Or want to work on it in a fun small group environment? Then this is the workshop for you!
In this workshop I’ll offer individual advice and painting tips for your project and piece of furniture. I’ll teach you the best way to clean and prep your piece, give you great tips for painting, explain different possible treatments you could use on your piece all while you work on it in the Frame and Frills studio workshop space.
All the Fusion Mineral Paint products, prep products and finishes and high quality brushes and tools will be included in this workshop to complete your piece start to finish. This workshop will highlight using Fusion Mineral Paint for the redo. (The only exception to this is if you choose to add a stencil or decoupage addition to your piece, there will be an additional cost per the cost of the item.)
The piece of furniture you want to work on in this workshop will need to be small enough to fit in the space. Basically needs to be able to set on the table and not take up more than a space 2′ x 2′. A good rule of thumb is if you can carry it in one hand, it’ll probably work. The piece of furniture you want to bring for the workshop will need to be approved ahead of time by me for this class. If you have any questions about this, feel free to contact me to discuss if the piece you have will work for this workshop.
You’ll need to touch base with me at least a week prior to the workshop date so that you can stop by the Frame and Frills studio shop to show me your piece of furniture. At that point, we can discuss what you want to do to redo your piece, ie: what type of finished look you would like. You may need to take a couple swatches home to get the right color for it, etc. We will also discuss prep for you piece and I’ll give you the necessary products and instruction to prep your piece for the painting stage. This must be done ahead of the class time!
Because of the time necessary for drying after cleaning and curing time for the primer, coming in the week prior to class is important so you can get it done far enough ahead of time. If the primer doesn’t have time to cure before paint goes on it, it may not adhere properly.
The workshop is approximately 2-3 hours long, plus time for a quick furniture piece approval with prep instructions the week prior. Because your piece may be too wet for transportation after class you can leave it in the studio for a day to finish drying. Due to limited space though, the piece will need to be picked up the day after class.
This is a small gathering of 4 participants max. (If you want to reserve a group of 4 for your own custom group time, contact me, I’d love to set up a date for you!)
Refund policy: Due to the limited space available, there are no cancellation refunds unless you/we can find someone to fill your spot.
Covid policy: If you are sick, have any symptoms including fever, please reschedule your class for a time you are feeling better.