How To Paint a Vinyl Chair With CeCe Caldwell’s Paints

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  1. Way to go Karen! This turned out great and I love that you are always trying something new and different.
    Here’s a high five to my siamese twin!

    • GTC says:

      Thank you so much Kim!! I have to do something different at least once a week to keep the crazy at bay. Well, at least some of it!

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  3. Awesome! I never would have even considered painting vinyl chairs until I read this.

  4. JP says:

    I’m so glad that you posted this. It reminds me of a pair of chairs that I painted the leather seats on, years ago. They turned out fabulous and held up forever! I always thought that vinyl was just too slick for the paint to really adhere. Now, I will be looking at vinyl in a whole new way! You did a beautiful job with the vintage, suede finish!

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  6. […] Paints.  If you want to see other examples of how I painted vinyl and made it stick, check out THIS post and THIS […]

  7. […] Not only do CeCe Caldwell’s paints show up beautifully on leather, they also work beautifully on vinyl!  Check out how I painted these two inexpensive Vinyl Chairs and made them look like old aged leather in How to Paint a Vinyl Chair.   […]

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