Want to try your hand at painting a piece of furniture, but unsure how to even start? Perfect! I can help you with that!
At FurniturePainting101.com, (my DIY blog A/K/A Simple Decorating Tips) you can find all sorts of tips and tutorials. I show and explain how to achieve different finishes. I demonstrate different products and how to use them. I also share painting basics, so even if you’re a beginner and know very little about painting, I’ll have tips to get started.
If you have a specific question, and can’t find the answer easily at FurniturePainting 101.com, or if you have any questions about any of the products stocked at Frame and Frills, absolutely feel free to reach out to me personally! I love walking you through the process of your project. You can message me on Facebook messenger through my Frame and Frills Facebook Page, you can email me at email@example.com, you can call or text me at 507-222-9191, or you can stop by the shop, I’m usually in the shop Thursday and Friday 11-6 and Saturday 11-3.
Taking clues from a lovely inspiration piece, I used decoupage, paint, stenciling and glaze, for this vintage romantic style cabinet re-do.
How to decoupage and painted dresser re-do is a fun before and after furniture flip project for the Frame and Frills shop.
This vintage seahorse birdbath re-do was a fun colorful project with durable Fusion Mineral Paints and some vintage inspiration.
This coastal theme desk re-do was such a fun DIY project! Here is the blended border technique I did to extend the decoupage paper.
This milk paint and tung oil bench reveals a mind-blowing attribute of milk paint and why it’s perfect for this outdoor project!
As shown in this video there are a few fairly simply steps to create a very believable DIY faux marble painted finish.
Using Fusion Mineral Paint to blend the edges of the ferris wheel Mint decoupage paper created a fun whimsical decoupage door treatment!
Transforming this plain dresser with an old world finish decoupage treatment added loads of character and even has a bit of secret detail.
To get a streak-free finish using Tough Coat can be tricky. I have found a method that works beautifully to create a streak-free finish.
Learning the benefits of Milk Paint by Fusion has led me to some really fun projects, like this distressed Milk Paint cupboard.
Taking clues from a vintage piece of fabric, Fusion Mineral Paint was a wonder to work with to re-do this vintage iron chair.