Chalk Paint® Colors- all in a row
I hope this page will be helpful – seeing all Chalk Paint® sample boards in one spot. Click on the name of the color to launch the shopping cart page where we have a written description of the color too. All Sample boards below are painted with TWO coats of paint over raw wood. Then, a coat of clear wax was applied over the WHOLE board and then dark wax on half, or in the second image – it shows the white wax and black wax. Do you need to use the dark wax, or the white wax or the black wax? Of course not! That is like saying you MUST have ketchup with your fries or sugar in your tea. But, in most cases- you REALLY want to have a clear wax base BEFORE applying the dark wax or the black wax. Read this POST HERE ABOUT DARK WAX WHEN YOU HAVE TIME:
Antoinette The Color of a ballerina’s slipper
Duck Egg Blue
Emperor’s Silk ………Check out our Pinterest Board HERE
Napoleonic Blue Clear Dark Wax Annie Sloan Chalk Paint The Purple Painted Lady
Paloma shown in front of Paris Grey Buffet
I have been working on these photos longer than I would like to admit! And I am still not done. But I promise to have them all uploaded to Pinterest by the end of the weekend.
I hope that you enjoy these Chalk Paint™ Sample Boards showcasing both Clear & Dark Wax. They are a great way for you to see the possibilities of each color. And I have a lot of fun pairing up different colors to create new color combinations to paint future pieces in.
Each sample board was painted with two coats of Chalk Paint™. Then a layer of clear wax was applied to the whole sample board. Once dry- we taped off half and applied dark wax, and immediately wiped off the excess.
Click here to see Chalk Paint™ Sample Boards showcasing both Clear & Dark Wax or visit my on-line store to see each color.