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Video and DIY project with Dixie Belle Paint

Happy Sunday Folks!

I hope you enjoy seeing project tips with Dixie Belle Paint products and an AWESOME DIY item.

First up is some video from Suzanne at Dixie Belle....

Now add glaze....

Just so happens these are chair videos and I have another DIY chair I made to share today.   I really embellished and added hand painted accents along with bead trim, glass knobs, and wood appliques.   Go a little crazy!

The wood appliques were added first on front and back. Front on the stile, back on the top rail.    A base coat of cream paint was then painted over with pink and aged with glaze.   Sanding was done to create aging too.  Clear Coat was applied to seal it all except the knobs and beads.

Glass knobs are used to accent stiles

Seat decoupaged, hand painted, dusted with glitter and clear coated

Bead Trim was hot glued to the back side of the apron 
under the seat. 

Above is a graphic of the parts of a chair, by name, for your information

Dixie Belle makes DIY and painting so very easy!     This weekend only (July 23 and 24th) we will have a drawing for the fabulous Dixie Belle Gift Set.    Place an order of 25.00 or more and get in the drawing!    Paint (neutral), glaze, brush and sponge sander with a fab bag to keep it in.


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