Good morning! Are you all loving the video tutorials I’m doing? No? Well too bad! muahahaha! 😉
Here is a new video tutorial I did on using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint to paint a nightstand! The only thing I didn’t include in the video, is a supplies or materials list.
So I’m including that here!
Wood glue (I prefer Tightbond brand)
Large clamp (the width of the drawer)
Screwdriver (to remove screws from hardware and/or to secure structural issues, if necessary. p.s. Old wood will need to have pre-drilled holes before using a screw… the dry wood will crack if you don’t pre-drill!)
Wood filler (I prefer the Famowood brand found at WoodCraft… smoothest finish I’ve found!)
Spatula for spreading wood filler
120, 220, & 400 grit sandpaper
2″ paint brush (prefer Purdy brand)
Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in color of your choice (I used Pure White in the video)
Zinsser Bulls Eye Clear Shellac (in case of bleed-through)
chip brush (to apply Shellac)
There are a few more supplies needed, but that will be included in the following video on waxing and distressing furniture!