Country Chic Paint is clay based, self priming, and eco-friendly! Today we will be taking a look at their fabulous Metallic Cream! Just look at this video demonstration they provided!
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My awesome goodies came in and I cant wait to get started!! You will have to stay tuned to see what I come up with!
PLUS Watch below as lots of other amazing Country Chic Paint creations link up!
EDIT: Ok so ON TO THE FUN!
Longer ago than I care to admit, this rocking chair was absorbed into the collection of furniture needing-help.
This however is my mother in laws. …Right?! I said the same thing. Now, when I received it I *think it was black?? After that it became several different colors,.. nothing seemed right.
So seriously- I kinda wanted to stop right here!
This is for my MOTHER IN LAW! I ruined Silhouette stencil material, tore layers of paint off with what I could use for stenciling,… then came a Country Chic Bling Bling challenge! **Hallelujah**
Using the Ocean Breeze I painted anywhere I felt I wanted to distress later…
Then everything got a good coat of Sea Storm. I really just did one coat and then went back and touched up where needed. …and then it sat for a bit longer,… Analysis Paralysis?? Probably.
Alright-I can do this. Just commit! I’ve never used Embossing Plaster, or their Metallic Creams, so I wanted to use both!
Using an Ikat Stencil, I created a raised stencil effect with the “Praline Embossing Plaster”
Once the section was dry I continued on adding to it as needed. When it dried completely I sanded everything down to create a more smooth effect.
Then came the metallic cream.I decided to use Belt Buckle and Pocket Watch.I offset the stencil to the lower left area of the design, and used the Belt Buckle to stipple a sort of shadow.Once that was dry (Which was quite fast!) I used the stencil again-centered on the design, and I stippled the “Pocket Watch”.
The last thing I did was highlight areas of the chair by dragging the “Pocket Watch” cream over it.Then using a wet sponge I wiped on the “Belt Buckle”.This deepened the color, which I loved! ..Now to play some more.I didn’t like how solid all the colors were. I began sanding back the stencil design and that was all it took.Using 320 grit on my orbital and 220 by hand where needed, I began smoothing and distressing.
I have to say- I kind of love where I landed!This was totally out of my comfort zone and stylistic sensibilities. And I still kept its colorful story..
Think she’ll approve?? I hope so!!
If not I have no problem inheriting into my own home! I hope I have inspired you a bit to take on your own creative project!! Scared? Not quite sure how to do what you want? Come join us on Facebook in my no drama, loving, caring creative group!