How to use CeCe Caldwell’s Paint Plus Glaze
Update! I only use Debi’s Design Diary DIY Paint since publishing this post. DIY Paint is 100% Natural, Clay Based, which makes it different from every other chalk paint product. It is perfectly smooth, the colors are beautiful and cover well, even their whites. It paints like liquid Velvet. You won’t believe how good a paint brush and a can of paint can feel. It is ahmazing stuff. Check my side bar if you want to know more.
One thing you should know about CeCe Caldwell’s paints. Not only are they 100% natural Chalk and Clay based and they are REALLY easy to use, but the people who make up CeCe Caldwell’s Paint company are amazing. It really is a company where people are happy and they know how to make work fun.
This is Tony and Kevin, who both are employees of CeCe Caldwell’s. They used to have a morning radio show in Arizona. Tony has moved on to other projects. Kevin keeps his hand in comedy by being a Stand Up Comedian. It was not easy to get through this video and not be constantly cracking up.
Check out the entire process in my fun video to see how to get this look and how to use CeCe Caldwell’s Paint and Glaze.
We picked up this side table from CeCe Caldwell’s store REVISED. Perfect for painting, not real wood, definitely needed a face lift. Click on the picture to see the FUN video.
We started by painting the entire piece in Thomasville Teal. We did two coats, then we applied the glaze. We did a “same color” glaze method. It is a beautiful way to add another layer of dimension to your piece, without changing the color.
Wouldn’t you like to be in on this fun? You can, and all Fall and Winter long too! Because CeCe Caldwell’s paints are 100% natural, you can use them inside or outside. They even have a complete line of 100% natural finishes you can choose from to protect your projects.
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