Author Archives: Patty Henning

Turquoises, or Painted Pink Whimsy?

My plan was to start a shades-of-pink piece, after all I was really feeling the urge….  but my daughter dropped in at the store one day, and stopped me , saying I needed to pursue the blues she’d begged for….

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I listened to her and went shades of turquoise, using our all natural chalk/clay paints of American Paint Company.    It turned out lovely, and sold pretty quick…

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That lead me to this piece, using similar colors of American Paint Company’s paint colors,   Shoreline, Surboard, and Uncle Sam

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and that one sold pretty swift as well.   While I’ll admit there IS another piece lined up to be doused in turquoises,  I did manage to squeek out my urge for pink.

On a triple tier table, I used American Paint colors Uncle Sam (white), Powder Room (lighter pink), and Rose Garden (deeper pink)… the stem was painted Caromal Botanical Peony, a light blush pink-

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I added a whimsical stencil, varying the color with the base,  hot glued a decorative ribbon to the base neck, and added a few Swarovski crystals because it’s just impossible not to –

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I sealed the piece off with APC’s all natural Clear Vintage Wax, my  absolute  first choice GO-TO wax…   it’s just so easy to scrub onto the chalky clay paints, merely wipe off the excess then wait an hour or two to buff to a lovely sheen.

The pinks are hard to capture on camera – this photo below is how my eye really sees the colors, in person –

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whereas this photo to follow is more salmon pink –

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Such  a whimsical piece – I’m not a usual fan of the tiered-vintage tables, but this one speaks youth bedroom or play room for sure!

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Are you local to the Detroit area and interested in possibly updating your OWN tired furniture?  If so,  come visit us – we’re located at the corner of 23 Mile and Van Dyke in Shelby Township,  48316.    Don’t come Sunday or Monday, because we’re not open, but T,W, F  our hours are 10am-5pm  Th 10am-7pm and Sat 10am-3pm.

If you live too far away, that’s ok,  we ship daily,  offering our full lines of paints, sundries and accessories –  find us at  store.fabfinisher.com.

If you’re interested in painting your own piece, check out our Fall Workshop Schedule, which now offers online registering :)

Workshop Creations – Our Customers Are Fabulous!

It’s been quiet around here…   we’re in the ‘TRANSITION’ stage right now, meaning,  everything on this blog, from day one until the last post before this, has been bundled up and moved over to it’s ‘new home’.   The ‘NEW HOME’ is technically  fabfinisher.com, my website, which presently POINTS to this blog  (fabulousfinishes.wordpress.com).

It’s confusing to say the least, I know…

When the dust settles FABFINISHER.com will be our official site, housing not only this blog,  but also our online store (store.fabfinisher.com),  our free video library,  and workshop schedule.  Everything we do will be living in the same house :)

It was suggested that I not post until the behind scenes stuff is done, but  it’s taking too long.   Instead of waiting it out, the impatient me chooses to post, and when our NEW site launches I’ll just have to manually move it over there too.  Anyway,  just thought I’d share all that mumble jumble in case you’re wondering what the heck is going on over here!

How about some of our workshopping action, to celebrate our new online WORKSHOP EVENTS SCHEDULE?

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There are a lot of photos linked to this post – they are the last of our Paint a Piece Workshop photos from 2014.    Hopefully you can see how varied the pieces are that come into our workshops and the many fresh looks that they go home with.

If you’d like to join us for one of our Workshops please feel free to click on our Schedule of Workshop Events, where you’ll find our various workshops scheduled through December – you can even register online!

Hope to see you painting with us!

Cottage Paint Is Here To Stay, Recent Pieces and Colors

I introduced Cottage Paint earlier this year (you can read all the details in this post  Kicking It Up With Cottage Paint) when we rolled out 20 custom colors, tinted specifically for our Studio –

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It’s an easy paint to recommend –  it has amazing flow, stays open longer, allowing newbies to learn and fiddle as they go,  and I see great success, not only from our workshop attendees that use Cottage Paint and love it, but also from our customers who’ve tried it and come back excited to share their results.

Cottage Paint Custom Color Lead. with Dark Wax.

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Another huge win for Cottage Paints?  It is formulated off a color base system and able to tint  to 1000’s of shades in paint stores.  No way?  Yes way, and Fabulous Finishes will have the ability to tint that special color for you, as well as offer all their other colors, in the next month or so.

To celebrate, let me share a few of the pieces I’ve created with Cottage Paint –

This  was one heavy little buffet server –

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I brushed a first coat of our Cottage Paint custom brown color, Truffle and was amazed at how opaquely well it covered in one lean pass.

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LEAN is the key word,   I like to lay my paint on LEAN.  It dries nicer, looks more professional,  and shows less application marks.    I still used a second thin wash coat, but boy the final finish was lovely…

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When the paint was dry I used a 400 grit paper on the flat areas, quick and easy, to give it a burnish, and then wiped down the paint finish with a damp rag.  Wiping gets dust off, and even knocks out small imperfections in your paint.   It you wipe with some uummph you’ll even distress/reveal back your under finish.

Lastly, I brushed on our Black Glaze and softly wiped it back with a dry cloth.

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I painting the original hardware, and then added a silver bronze metallic finish to it, and used that same metallic to dry brush several detail areas on the piece.

I added a couple new blingy knobs (right up my alley) –

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The black glaze was so rich and lovely ….

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I  silver leafed the top and drop down sides – the contrast worked well with this rich Truffle color –

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You can watch our first DIY TV Episode, where I demo the steps of applying leaf, if you’re interested in doing a top like this.   We sell all the gilding products you’d need as well –  we’ve got you covered!

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I stained the drawer and inside, and added an ever so slight stencil inside the drawer

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What started as a Brady Bunch buffet,  cleaned up pretty darn nice, don’t you think?  :)

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What to do with this oak chest?

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Well, originally I sanded the top to salvage the wood, and painted the base with a coat of American Paint Gunpowder

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After the Gunpowder dried, I decided to go lighter with the piece –  I had enough darker pieces for sale on the floor …

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I decided to crackle  Cottage Paint over the Gunpowder basecoat, using Cottage Paint’s Easy Crackle, and  paint color Ash (another of our special tint colors).

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Produces a cracked, aged finish. Apply coat of crackle over Cottage Paint with a brush. A slightly thicker application of crackle will produce larger cracks.A slightly thinner application of crackle will produce smaller cracks. Allow to dry. Quickly apply Cottage Paint over crackle and watch it crack as it dries (about 1 hour). A slightly thicker application of paint will produce larger cracks. A slightly thinner application of paint will produce smaller cracks Do not over brush the surface while it is drying.

I wasn’t sure if it would work over the unsealed APC chalk/clay paint base, but it worked fine.  My Ash color Cottage Paint cracked nicely over the APC Gunpowder

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I added new hardware, and stained the top and inside the drawers –

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and added a soft all over stencil using Caromal Colours Stencil Creme Snowberry White

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A solid, well made little chest, very deserving of a pretty finish

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Here’s  another fun little jewel –  playing with some of the Cottage Colors we’d custom mixed –  the far right board is a pale muted pink – we named it Angora Pink –

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I brushed on a first coat,  then stenciled a raised harlequin design using a   black textured plaster

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When that dried, I brushed the Angora Pink again to cover the whole piece. When it dried, I sanded back the top to reveal the black design

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I added another light and airy stencil over the top, using Caromal Colours Stencil Creme Snowberry,  and used some of that to highlight the trim.  When it was good and dry I buffed the piece with our wax drill buffing brush – it brings the Cottage Paint up to a lovely burnished sheen real quick…

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You don’t have to have the handy drill buffing brush –   a soft cloth, or even a plastic bag will pop some sheen

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In this photo below it is next to a chair painted with Botanical Peony and Lavender

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This drop table was used as the how-to demonstration for our DIY Shelby TV Episode 8 where I demonstrate all over stenciling and color washing

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I painted the base with a coat of  Gorgeous Grey, and then applied a wash of color over it, using watered down Grey Linen.   The top was painted Grey Linen with Gorgeous Grey for an allover stencil design.

Both colors are custom tints (remember I mentioned that Cottage Paint can be tinted to almost any color in a paint deck?)   so you won’t find them in the lineup of premixed Cottage Paint colors, but they are available as color options in our store

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Look how lovely that finish polished up, just from buffing….  no wax on that puppy

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Shades of Grey are so popular right now – I hope they stay around forever as a neutral

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This last piece traveled over from my first store… I acquired it in Royal Oak…

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Heavy,  solid,  very very long drawers…. and a definite Asian flavor.  I found inspiration in this Cottage Paint sample door I’d created –  the bottom half,  Bold Black cracked over Killer Kakhi, polished with some of our Brass Wax  (APC Clear Wax mixed with Brass Mica)

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First coat Kakhi.   But the top?    The top swoops out, like a roof line in Asian architecture

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I have nothing against Asian architecture, it’s just that even I painted it pink with purple polka dots, all my eye would still see is a Chinese rooftop.   I decid the top needs to start with texture, so I brush/smoosh/stipple/blade/knock down  a black Textured Plaster.   When dry,  I lightly sand to knock down the picky niblets

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Over the texture I use a variety of metallic paste waxes and paints, until I like the color

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I top that with a tinted black acrylic wax to give it depth, and  Liberon Walnut wax to antique and polish it up.

I cleaned and used the existing hardware, quite unique

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I brushed the paint so lean, that the piece did not require much sanding to refine the finish.  I wet wiped the whole piece  to reveal a few Kakhi edges before scrubbing on the Brass Wax.   Waxing Cottage Paint with an all natural wax like APC’s is amazing – it is effortless.  Simply lightly brush it on, or wipe it on, and buff the excess off.  The Brass Mica stayed behind, giving the black a shimmering presence

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I added just a hint of crackling on the upper side panels, and topped it off with a metallic bronze light stencil design, to tie in the top.   A few Swarovskis  for an extra shimmer

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I was thrilled with how this piece came together

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The drawers are near four feet wide, and in perfect solid wood condition.  We  restained them, inside out

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Even the back got a painted wash treatment, jazzed with a stencil design

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My pieces may cause some to have sticker shock, but refinishing a piece of furniture, for me, isn’t just schlepping a color on the outside and calling it ‘shabby’ or ‘custom painted’.   My pieces will be refined, inside and out, with attention given to even small detail…

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Hopefully this will inspire you to venture out and try Cottage Paint  on one of your next DIY projects!

If you’re in the Metro Detroit area,  come visit!

We offer a number of fun Workshops, and a great varied selection of easy to use DIY friendly paints and finishes.

   Live too far?  No worries –  check out our awesome ONLINE STORE

    Pretty near everything in store is offered online – including a varied selection of  Swarovski crystals that I love to embellish my pieces with.

Happy Painting!

Catching Up, and a Pink Chalk/Clay Painted Child Rocker

Goodness, where does one start when they’ve been away too long and there’s too much to talk about?  Do I share workshop wares?  What customers are doing?  Shop happenings?   Or all the project files, piling up with dust on them?

It  doesn’t help, abandoning ship for almost a month…  There was prom

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and graduation from High School – it took my full attention, the 45 minutes before the ceremony started, to watch the jumbo-tron so I could catch her picture…

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The last of High School soccer wrapped, a disappointing end, but thankfully for us we will still be able to watch her continue on at the collegiate level

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All day orientations, family birthdays, Father’s Day,  and great news,  my hubby accepted a position with a different company and started his new journey a couple weeks ago.

Our son is home from college for the summer, I’ve been busy trying to get him familiar with our new web stuff, so he can do some work for us with  link corrections.  Our new shopping cart is up and running, but anytime you switch to new, you end up with old links that dead end when you click on them.   We have to work on redirecting  all of those dead links to live links, otherwise no one will be able to find us!   If you hit a dead link,  please be patient and know that we are working on it.

There will be another round of changes in the next week…. it’s the last phase, and time to move this blog over and merge it with our main store website.   I was told today by our web man that I will need to hold back on blogging while WordPress boxes up the life of my blog and zips it up in a traveling suitcase.  It will then make the move over to our new site, and unzip itself, setting up once again – the end goal being life continues on, and  you not noticing much change.   We’ve probably got a day or two before WordPress starts, so I need to get a few posts UP before they do.  No sure how long it will take them to transition my site – might be a couple days, maybe a week….

In the mean time, I need to  get a few posts together ASAP, and posted, before Word press starts to pack it up…

I’m sharing this cute little rocker that I painted pink a while back –  a PINK post in honor of my daughter growing up –  from child rocker to college dorm!

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The pink is American Paint Company’s Powder Room, one first coat painted on the whole rocker.

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Then the second coat was a mere wash of Powder Room, but also some American Paint Company Uncle Sam, their brightest white, watered down and brushed lightly over the top.

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When everything was dry I gave it a light sanding, and then brushed on a coating of American Paint’s Topcoat Finish.   Topcoat Finish is APC’s alternative to wax, and offers harder protection for your painted finish – perfect for tots.

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Lastly,  I used one of our Monahan Aged Papers,  ripped it into manageable sizes, and applied them to the back rails of the chair using Caromal’s Reclaim Sealer as my bonding agent –

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Sweet, simple rocker.    It didn’t take long to find a new home  :)

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If you haven’t tried our the Aged Papers you must give them a go –  we’ve got over 200 papers available to chose from!   If you check out the site, we find it easiest to sort the papers by name – have fun looking!

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