Distressed Old Primitive Effect Using Annie Sloan’s Chalk Paint’s Greek Blue and Primer Red.

Distressed Old Primitive Effect Using Annie Sloan’s Chalk Paint’s Greek Blue and Primer Red.


Distressed Old Primitive Effect Using Annie Sloan’s Chalk Paint’s Greek Blue and Primer Red.

12 Comments

  • Kellene Ellexson says:

    Love how it turned out. I am always amazed by the process. Is it just me or did a couple segments get put together out of order? 🤔

  • Shelly M says:

    I absolutely admire your work, you are such a talent!!
    Beautiful dresser.
    How do you figure on the colors to turn out what you want?🤔 The hardware on this piece turned out so great. Is there something you did to the hardware that you didn't film?

  • Cassandra Smith says:

    Beautiful! Love the color combinations! I’m a a new subscriber❤️. How long does a blending project such as this chest take you typically from start to finish?

  • Johni Badder says:

    Gorgeous work! Love the rich look of the deep tones. Looking forward to more videos!

  • Tina Carr says:

    Love this piece and all the colors 😍😍

  • Linda Johnson says:

    I would like some videos with you talking and also FB Live. I love what you do and have used several of your techniques!

  • Jami Herlihy says:

    I really do love what you did but not into reading everything. Also, what happened to the clear wax? Not shown in video.

  • Linda Johnson says:

    I did a credenza in one of your techniques. I sent a pic to me stocklist and she sent it to Annie Sloan and it was put on Annie Sloan America FB page a couple weeks ago (September 24)! That thing was huge and took me about 4 days to paint it using that technique but it was worth it! I was going to post pics but either it won't let me or I can't figure it out!

  • redhotsweetpotatoe says:

    New subscriber and I love your work. I did a "search" on your videos and didn't see where you've made any videos on the technique you used on your bedroom wall. Will you be sharing that any time soon? It looks amazing.

  • Melody Key says:

    I just discovered your channel & have been binge-watching ! 😀 Is that a mural you have on the wall behind your pieces ? I love it

  • Linda Johnson says:

    Thank you! I could not have done it without you!! When my daughter said she wanted to use Duck Egg and Lem Lem, I had no idea what to do until I saw your video!

  • Karen Jean says:

    I did love the project and the finished look. I have a 3 piece bedroom set, chest of drawers with mirror, a vanity with matching stool and bed with head and footboard that I want to do this process to. Thank you for posting and sharing your knowledge. But, please consider talking instead of playing that horrible music. Even if you’re just reading over what you have wrote and added to the video. Sometimes while working on a project things poop into your head that you might want to tell us, but once you start editing you forget it. Also, hearing your voice makes this video more relatable. (Just my opinion)

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