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The Painted House Rollers - How To Use

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We love using The Painted House Rollers on our furniture pieces, they bring a stenciled finish without the work and always provide a talking point. When I first tried them, I honestly could not believe how easy it was to create a perfect finish. Trust me, anyone can achieve a perfect look.  There are two different systems, one is designed for use on walls, wood or paper and the other for use on fabric. The basis of this system is that, the foam roller applies a thin layer of paint on to a patterned roller, which then transfers the pattern...

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The Painted House Rollers - Fabric Applicator

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he fabric applicator works in a vey similar way to the wall applicator, as such that the pattern can be done either alternating or identical. You can use cahlk paint to paint fabic, however please be aware that you cannot wash it in the same way you normally would.  The applicator itself has a swiveling tank that has two parallel chambers, which means you can use either one or two coloured paints for a design. A series of cylinders within the tank transfers a thin layer of paint on to the pattern of the design roller, which then applies it...

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Chic Mouldings - How to Use

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How to stick the Mouldings to your furniture or surface When using the moulding on an unpainted piece, just stick it directly onto a clean smooth area using glue. We recommend you use a 2 part Cyanacrylate glue to attach your mouldings. You can purchase it HERE from Amazon. It is also possible to use a hot glue gun, No Nails or Superglue for an instant fix. Alternatively you can use a PVA wood glue, tape into position whilst drying, leave for a few hours. If your furniture or surface has already been painted, all that's needed is a light sand before applying. It is not...

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Transforming a Pine Welsh Dresser

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Transforming a Pine Welsh Dresser

Painting furniture is is such an easy way to transform something which is a bit ugly into something you adore and never want to let go of.  I found this pine Welsh dresser on a local selling site with the intention of giving it a lick of paint. Transforming it from an ugly orange pine to a beautiful fresh creamy white. It had these cute pegs for hanging which you don't see very often which really tipped the balance for me! When looking at furniture it's important to give it a once over to check that the actual structure is...

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7 Things you didn't know you could paint with Chalk Paint

7 Things you didn't know you could paint with Chalk Paint

  Okay, so you are all aware of how much I love chalk paint and as its one of the biggest trends in home decor at the moment, it's a cheap way to improve your home with maximum impact. My normal route is to use chalk paint on furniture as I am sure most people do' Chalk Paint is a pretty amazing thing as it mostly stick to anything.. so to see if it is really true, I went to find unusual things that can be painted. So, here are my top 7 things that you can paint that isn't...

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