I have been wanting to paint my dining room chairs white for awhile now but the thought of sanding them all down has put me off doing it!!!! BUT with this wonderful product it would make it soooo easy to do!!! I HAVE to test this out!!!! I did a little research and so far all the people I have read about who have tried this say it works wonders!!!! Can't hurt to try it out! Can you tell I'm super excited about this discovery!!
Check out what I Create with Love did with it... remember NO SANDING INVOLVED!
I can't WAIT to try this out on my chairs!!!
Ok onto my next discovery! I ordered a BUNCH of products from Decoart.com. As previously posted I have been making jewelry displays and selling them at my online shop here. I have a BUNCH of left over sheets of glass from the picture frames I made and decided I wanted to make stained glass projects with them. SO I ordered some amazing glass stains/paints and last night I had a chance to test them out. So here is my little review on a few products. (No I have not been paid by anyone for this review, it is just my opinion of these products)
Here is my painted swatch of glass with 5 different types of glass/ceramic paint. (sorry its hard to take pictures of glass!)
Starting at the top the blue is an Ultra Frost paint. This one makes the glass slightly foggy and matter. I think this one would be awesome as a base coat and then I would use the Glass-tique paint overtop to give it some tecture and glossiness to it. Overall I love the colour of it!! The best part about all of the paints/stains I got is that they are air dry! You just leave them for about 7 days to cure and then its dishwasher safe etc! SO you can paint up vases and cups etc and make them your own!!
Last up is a new product by Deco Art - Glass Stain. This is what I plan on using for most of my stain glass projects. I was experimenting and didn't smooth it out properly. The one thing I found with this stuff is that it dries quickly!! Thats why my test patch is swirly, I was trying to fix my oops and it was starting to dry.