The first thing I did was paint her with Old White Homemade Chalk Paint…she already looks better!
The next step was to paint a layer of CeCe Caldwell’s Young Kansas Wheat.
A closer view of the top drawer and it’s beautiful scroll detail.
Originally I was going to just paint her grey and white but then I decided to be a little more bold. Here I accented her with Annie Sloan’s Duck Egg Blue Chalk Paint. This was the accessorizing jewels to her new outfit.
I also wanted the scroll work to pop!
Then I took a smooth damp cloth and rubbed her down to highlight all the edges and expose the white underneath. I’m lov’n it!!!
Then I brought out the wax to age and protect her. Using my ASCP waxing brush, I applied a mixture of clear and dark ASCP wax. It gave her the richness and finishing touch I was hoping for.
Closeup of the clear glass knob.
Her pretty legs!
And she’s ready for the Royal Ball.
Here’s a look at the reflective knobs closeup.
So what do you think? This one or the clear glass? I like them both and can’t make up my mind.
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