I have never put my finger on quite “why”, but I LOVE black furniture in certain cases. Evidently, D does too!
She painted this chest midnight black and then added our Raised Plaster Lilac Love Stencil to it.
Here’s a tip for painting gold over plaster stenciling: Do the stenciling first, let it dry, paint the piece your intended color and THEN paint the design gold. If you try to paint metallic colors over dried joint compound, it will simply suck up all that beautiful gleam!
Sandra had an old chest that she just new she could give new life to. Boy, did she ever!
Prepping with primer first, she added our Raised Plaster Cadence Frieze stencil to the centers of the inset panels.
After letting that dry, she then painted the entire chest with the most beautiful and cheery blue paint.
Not only did she extend the life of this wonderful wood piece, she gave it such style and class!
Raised plaster stencils help you add design to your furniture pieces and cabinets easily! Just tape the stencil to the intended area, smear the openings with pre-mixed joint compound, gently peel back the stencil and let it dry.
When you paint over the applied design, it protects it from chipping off. No need to seal further unless you are sealing the entire piece.
Works great with chalk paints!