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February 26, 2010

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Jeff Blauvelt

Nice to have the video to see your technique. It is good to know you can use water based paint instead of a glaze to get these results.

veroniquelinnett@yahoo.com

Thanks!Water based paint is so much easier to use than glaze!

aneyefordetail

What if I have a stained piece of furniture? Can I paint over the stain, with the woodland misty morning and continue as above? I was going to try painting over the stain in a creme and then sand down for the shabby chic look... Which would work best, do you think? thanks...

veroniquelinnett@yahoo.com

they both would work to give a distressed look! The antiquing method above gives a different look than sanding, antiquing adds darker areas in grooves of the furnitures, it adds dimention and old look. I sometime use both methods at the same time, and in your case with only one coat of paint (after a light sanding of the stain), antiquing and strategically placed sanding you could end up with a really beautiful piece! send pictures!

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