Have you wanted to learn how to paint furniture like the pros? There are only a few chances left to grab a spot in one of our furniture painting workshops this year!
What is so special about our workshops? Here is what others are saying about them!
Here is our class line-up for the remainder of 2014…
Milk Paint 101
Only 5 seats left!
Learn the basics of furniture painting with Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint while making a gorgeous, custom monogrammed sign. Class includes all paint, supplies, and digital curriculum on how to paint your furniture. Includes a free copy of my eBook The Lazy Girl’s Guide to Furniture Painting.
Date: Wednesday July 30th
Time: 6pm – 8pm
Where: Edmond Fine Arts Institute 26 E. Edwards Edmond, OK 73034
Sign measures 2ft x 2ft and includes a hanging kit for you to attach. Students will have a choice of three color pallets, Navy/Light Blue, Red/Coral, or Teal/Green (not pictured) and will have a custom vinyl monogram in white.
Fabulous Faux Finishes
Only 4 Seats Left!
Expand your knowledge of furniture painting techniques using sample boards for you to take home. Learn 7 different techniques including tone-on-tone, washing, crackling, and weathering techniques. This class is perfect for the DIY artisan, furniture painting business owner, and decorators alike! Includes a free copy of my eBook The Lazy Girl’s Guide to Furniture Painting.
This is the LAST time I will be offering this class! Only video workshops will be available in 2015 for this class.
Cost: $100 (Seriously, that is $14 for each technique!)
Location: The Edmond Fine Arts Institute 26 E Edwards, Edmond OK 73034
Time: 5:30pm – 7:00pm
Refunking 101: Furniture Make & Take Class
Only 3 classes left in 2015!
Using CeCe Caldwell’s All Green, NO VOCs, Paints and Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paints you will learn aging, distressing, and old world finishing techniques, proper finishing with wax to create a durable, gorgeous finish and custom tinting with wax and paints as well as tons of furniture painting tips and tricks to save you time help you become more efficient in your creative process.
Workshop includes instruction and furniture painting tips and tricks learned from owning our furniture painting business! We will teach you from start-to-finish how to professionally refinish all of your own furniture. Our goal is for you to be 100% confident and motivated to tackle your own projects when you get home! Classes are limited to 10 participants, so everyone gets one-on-one instruction! Includes a free copy of my eBook The Lazy Girl’s Guide to Furniture Painting.
Cost: $175 – $50.00 due at reservation and $125 due the day of the class.
Location: The Edmond Fine Arts Institute 26 E Edwards, Edmond OK 73034
Saturday August 16th 10am – 2pm
Saturday September 13 10am – 2pm
Saturday November 15th 10am – 2pm
I hope to see you in one of our classes in 2014!
This past Saturday we had our May paint workshop. We had several wonderful ladies come out to join us to learn how to paint with their choice of Cece Caldwell or Miss Mustard Seed paints. The class was split almost 50/50 on using Cece and Miss Mustard Seed and it was fun to see the transformations that each piece went through from start to end!
If you’re interested in joining in on the fun…make sure to check out the classes HERE to get enrolled!
There are so many types of paint out there these days! And everyone claims that theirs is the best! But I love getting to use and play around with Cece Caldwell’s and Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paints and I’m in love with all that they can do! Painting furniture has never been so fun! Just check out this piece we did this past Saturday at Allison’s furniture painting workshop with all it’s pretty details and lovely “chippyness”!
I was SO excited to get to the workshop that I completely forgot to take a before picture, but here’s a before picture of it’s unpainted companion piece. If you haven’t taken one of Allison’s workshops yet, it’s a must! It was so much fun getting to paint and be creative; and Allison was there to help answer those questions that I seem to have at the worst times! I hadn’t played around much with Miss Mustard Seed colors, so when we got the chance to choose, I jumped at the chance use Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paints.
This piece had an ugly under layer (as you can see) and I was concerned that if it flaked it would be hideous!!! But Allison urged us to just go with it and the outcome was awesome! Boy was she right!
Miss Mustard Seed paint is awesome!!! It goes on so smooth, I love that it’s a surprise how it’ll turn out, and I love getting to watch it flake! It just makes each piece so unique and special!
This piece was painted in Shutter Gray. And finished off by waxing it with Miss Mustard Seed’s Furniture Wax, and followed that up with Miss Mustard Seed’s Antiquing Wax to give it an aged look and bring out the texture in the piece. If you haven’t used her wax, you absolutely have to! It goes on like butter and feels so smooth to the touch! I love it! And did you know that her wax smells like lavender?!?! Uh, yes please!
If you haven’t gotten the chance to take one of Allison’s classes definitely check it out! It’s well worth your time and money, and so much fun!!! You come away really knowing how to use the paints and finishes…both Cece Caldwell and Miss Mustard Seed. Treat yourself this holiday season and definitely hit up one her classes… you can reserve your date online here or purchase a gift certificate for yourself or a loved one in time for Christmas!
It’s that time of month again where we get to see all of the amazing furniture before & after’s from our Furniture Painting Workshops! Let’s see what these gals created with 4 hours of creativity!
Kassi came all the way from Canute, Oklahoma! She brought her mamma and this pedestal table with her!
Using Traverse City Cherry and some funky distressing she gave her piece of furniture a new future!
Kassi’s Mamma painted her table in CeCe Caldwell’s Omaha Ochre, sealed it with Endurance, and then dry brushed some Miss Mustard Seed’s Antiquing Wax in all of the cracks and crevices for good measure!
Dian’s adorable end table had a hard life, was left in the elements, and had been passed down for generations.
Using Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint in Mustard Seed Yellow and then sealing it with Hemp Oil she turned this table into a class favorite. I think she even got a few offers to purchase it during class – but she stayed strong and kept it for herself!
Shannon brought a little yellow chair from Pottery Barn.
She updated it with Traverse City Cherry and CeCe Caldwell’s Clear & Dark Wax.
Nancy used Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint in Boxwood to take a ho-hum table to fab instantly!
Toni brought a table that was used in her daughter’s wedding to refunk.
She was full of creativity and did lots of layers of Vintage White, Young Kansas Wheat, Aging Dust, and Clear Wax tinted in Copper Pigments to achieve this look. She really stepped outside of her comfort zone and I was just beaming with pride when she was done!
Kristen hauled in a thrift store end table that had some great curvy detail.
She kept it simple and elegant by using Vintage White and Aging Dust to accent her detail. Kristin is the owner of the Etsy Shop Thats A Hoot and sells custom burlap and mesh wreaths. I should have know she was going to shine in the creativity department!
Thank you ladies for spending the afternoon with us and I can’t wait to see all of the Refunking you have in your future!