Shizzle Style Color Blending Furniture Workshop – Sunday, July 28

I have six spots open for the July 28 Color Blending Furniture Painting Workshop. Who’s going to join me? It’s a four hour class from 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. held at The Honeysuckle Co., just off Plainfield in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

I’ve always loved the look of old world look of paint finishes in Tuscany and have decided it’s time to share my some of my personal style for blending with the public.

Registration is open; sign up HERE.

This specialty Bring Your Own Piece of Furniture Paint Blending Workshop is Scheduled for July 28, 2019 from 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m..  For more info, click below.

This class will be taught at The Honeysuckle Co. on the north end of Grand Rapids.

The Honeysuckle Co. 3900 Costa, Grand Rapids, 49525

This is where you’ll be taking the class!

I sell Debi’s DIY paints and finishes along with all my brushes at this location so you’ll be able to grab supplies after the class.  Paint supplies purchased the day of the class will be discounted for everyone in the workshop so it’s a great time to stock up.  If you intend to buy a bunch of product, please email your list along with sizes of each item to:  That way you’ll be sure to get everything you want at the discounted price the day of class.  So, what are you waiting for? Sign up HERE.

Teaching is one of the best parts about my job and I’m really looking forward to sharing my tips on blending.

The Honeysuckle Co. is open for business Tuesday – Saturday, see hours in photo below

For hours and directions to my other West Michigan locations, scroll down to the bottom of any page on our website.

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a hui hou!


5 Replies to “Shizzle Style Color Blending Furniture Workshop – Sunday, July 28”

  1. Wow!!! I surely wish I could pick up Texas and come to MI for this amazing workshop!!! Will you ever consider on line classes? Have always wanted to create the Old World and Tuscan look!

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