~ Gilding Wax Giveaway by Lady Butterbug ~

Sponsored by Lady Butterbug®

I call Gilding Wax a miracle metallic wax because it sticks
to just about everything...wood, plastic, metal, sheet rock, fabric.

I applied two colors of Gilding Wax to this Victorian chair...
Renaissance and King Gold.
I like to layer two or three colors to create depth and interest.

The Gilding Wax was applied using my finger...just couldn't be easier.
Allow the Gilding Wax to dry and buff with a soft rag creating a
beautiful luster.

The Painted Sisters use Silver Gilding Wax on the beautiful French hardware.

I like to take a small amount of Gilding Wax out of the pot and add a
few drops of mineral spirits to create a glaze.
A glaze is thinned wax which can
easily be applied with a small artist brush to small areas
 of your piece of furniture, cabinets, or picture frames.

~ I sell Gilding Wax in four colors ~

Empire Gold
King Gold



TWO people will win one Gilding Wax in the color of your choice.
Leave a comment BELOW this post stating your color choice and how
you will use the Gilding Wax.
I will select the winners on Sunday, May 3rd.
The winners will be announced on my Facebook page Lady Butterbug.

You can purchase Gilding Waxes, Chalk Paint® by Annie Sloan products, and
Artisan Enhancement® products
at my Lady Butterbug shop.

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~ Chalk Paint® Dresser in Colors Coco and Old Ochre ~

I have a love for vintage dressers with carved wooden handles.  So when I spotted this dresser I just had to buy it especially since it has a wonderful marble top in very good condition.

This dresser did not have legs...looked very short for my liking...only 27" tall.  I found these legs in the leg bucket and I liked their profile.  So now to attach them to the dresser.  Of course no picture to show you  how I attached them but I will try to explain as best I can.

~ How I Limewashed My House for Under $10.00 ~

How I limewashed my house for under $10.00. 

Follow along with me as I explain this
very very simple and inexpensive project!!!

~ Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® ~ How to Store and Use Leftover Paint ~

Sometimes you will have leftover Chalk Paint® no matter the size of your painting project.
You will probably want to keep the leftover paint for future projects or for touch-ups.
Not everyone wants to store leftover paint in their house but extreme temperature changes can wreak havoc on your leftover Chalk Paint® and other paints!
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