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Daily Dose of Dixie Belle Paint

Dixie Belle Paint ….Fluff

Welcome to Junque Rescuers LLC. We are a vintage and vintage inspired home decor boutique. We are located in a small south Texas town on the Gulf Coast. Our storefront is located in the heart of downtown Lake Jackson, Texas.

It’s a been a few minutes since I shared anything on our blog page…but that’s about to change. To start off, I will be sharing a daily Dixie Belle Paint project with you. These posts are intended to showcase each paint color, the paint creative and the Dixie Belle products used to achieve the beautifully painted piece.

Junque Rescuers LLC is a Premiere retailer of Dixie Belle Paint products. What does that mean, you ask? It means that we carry approximately 90% of all the products offered by Dixie Belle Paint Company. In time we hope to carry the full line…

Today’s daily dose of Dixie Belle Paint is brought to you by the color….Fluff

Furniture painted by Tracy’s Fancy

Products Used:

Cozy, creamy hutch in Fluff for a timeless charm! Who has one to paint?! This all-white look is so sweet! ðŸ¤
• BOSS in White
• Fluff
• Big Mama’s Butta

All of these products are available @JunqueRescuersLLC storefront located in Lake Jackson, Texas, or message our super helpful assistants to place a will call order….we can and will ship if required.

Have a colorful day!
Jeanne Terrill
Head Junquer @JunqueRescuersLLC

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Chalk Paint Project…a beginners attempt

Chalk paint is the hottest thing going in furniture refinishing.  The paint is terribly expensive but easy to use.  This is my first chalk paint project.  The chair was a freebie, picked from an old barn.

Chalk Paint Project...Duck Egg BlueI originally thought about painting it primer red but thought, what if it turns out great…blue works better with my home decor.  I might want to use it as my desk chair for a little while.

First coat

Chalj Paint Project...First Coat

Second Coat:

Chalk Paint Project...second coat

Sanding and distressing

Chalk Paiant Project...sanding and destressing

Here it is aged and waxed…

Chalk paint project

I don’t think the picture does it justice or it really looks like this…actually it looks pretty good sitting in the extra bedroom surrounded by other items I picked up while out junkin’.  There is a gal over at the antique mall that offers classes on painting furniture with chalk paint.  I think I should sign up…

Linking up with Miss Mustard Seed and the Favorite Furniture of 2011 – Link Party


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