Just a quick reminder to let you know local porch pick up in Byron Center is available for all Shizzle Design paint supplies seven days a week. To get your supplies, simply order online and choose “local porch pick up” at check out.
For those of you in other parts of the U.S. or world; I also pack and ship packages six days a week and ship orders out the day I receive them unless it’s too late in the day; then they go out the next morning.
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FURNITURE & HOME DECOR
The painted pieces I have for sale at Shizzle Design are also available for porch pick up in Holland, Michigan. If you see something you’re interested in, email me at email@example.com.
If you see any furniture or home decor you’re interested in, email me at shizzle-design.com. All paint supplies, whether you’re going to pick them up here in Byron Center or want them shipped, can be ordered from: https://www.shizzle-design.com/shop/
This post is packed full of step by step detailed pictures and along with the edited video of my latest furniture transformation. Find a comfy spot, grab a cup of coffee and enjoy all the pictures and video tutorial of this blended, weathered, colorful furniture makeover. Click to read more
Want to learn how easy it is to create this look? Continue reading and see how I did it.
I scored this dresser recently at a local thrift shop and knew exactly what I was going to do with it.
I’ve been wanting to do a put an IOD Furniture Transfer on one of my dressers and this was just the right size for the job.
I wanted a layered base of blue and greens so I brushed on Mermaid Tail and Mint Chip, blending them together with each stroke.
See the variations and movement in color? This is exactly what I wanted for my base.
To give it a little more depth and dimension, I filled two of my small misting bottles with water and just a tsp of Queen Bee and Bohemian Blue. It’s very important to make this solution very week or the clay in the paint can clog the bottles.
I mist Bohemian Blue and Queen Bee in random areas and loved the affect. So incredibly fast and easy and oh so gratifying.
Can you see the blue speckles in this close up? That’s how the color mist will dry if you don’t brush it out.
I applied some of each color, blended and brushed that out, then once that was dry, I misted a few random spots and let dry so you could see some speckles.
Next I did a dry fit, leaving the protective back on the design. I cut it into pieces and moved miscellaneous pieces around until I liked the layout.
Once the paint had completely dried, I applied one coat of DIY’s Big Top Topcoat to seal the dresser and prepare the surface to accept the IOD Transfer. IOD transfers adhere much better if there you apply a coat of topcoat prior to adhering the transfer. Make sure your top coat is completely dry before applying the transfer.
The following day, I removed the backing and started applying the transfer. I stepped back to look everything over one last time before starting.
This part is so much fun. The transfer goes on so quickly and easily. They’re top quality and the grid lines are awesome for lining everything up.
I forgot to take pictures, but I did lightly distress the transfer so it would look more aged before I waxed the dresser.
After the transfer was applied, I finished the entire piece off with Clear, Dark and White Waxes, high lighting and low lighting.
It’s now for sale at The Honeysuckle Company on the north end of Grand Rapids by the meijer on Plainfield.
I’m also running a 15% off paint sale for our local customers who can do porch pick up in Byron Center Michigan during the Pandemic!
3.28.2020 All the stores in Michigan are on lock down due to the Coronavirus but I am well stocked with paint supplies here in West Michigan and personally hand pack and ship orders out as fast as they come in. We want to make sure you’re not only physically healthy but that you have fun things to do to occupy your mind while you’re at home. I am offering 15% off all paint supplies to our local customers who are able to do porch pick up in Byron Center during the time our stores are locked down (simply shop my website at www.shizzle-design.com then choose free local pick up at checkout; I’ll discount the paint supplies from my end when I box up your purchases. You’ll also be able to arrange a time for pick up at check out). I am not allowed to discount any DIY or APC paint supplies that ship but I do offer quick, fantastic customer service whether you’re a local customer or across the nation or ocean. I ship worldwide as well as APO if you’re wanting to ship paint supplies to one of your friends or family members in the military.
Introducing – Diy’s Copper Patina called Pennies from Heaven
Is this gorgeous or what?! Richly pigmented with the most beautiful copper ever. If you love DIY’s Golden Ticket, you’ll LOVE Copper Patina! They’re going fast; get yours today!
This is such a gorgeous patina and can be used in so many different ways! I can’t wait to share ideas with you. Stay tuned for more details and live tutorials on my ShizzleLLC Facebook Business Page.
Perfectly paired with DIY’s Copper Patina is Shipwrecked, DIY’s new Turquoise Finishing Wax. Together these two products will create amazing goodness!
Shipwrecked – Verdigris Patina Wax
Just look at that blue yumminess along the edges of my old Welcome bucket. Pure goodness! And to think I almost donated it last week! I have SO many ideas for this turquoise wax! Stay tuned for plenty more makeovers using the new Shipwrecked Verdigris Wax and Copper Patina!!
Salvation Solution – Stain Blocker
Ever try to paint a piece of mahogany furniture or started painting a piece only to experience horrible bleed through from wood tannins halfway into your project? Salvation Solution is a true redemption for rebel furniture. Applying this prior to painting creates an incredible barrier to block those nasty stains and tannins.
Salvation Solution comes in both clear or white. Clear is best if you’re planning to wet distress your painted piece so the original wood peeks through. There’s a lot to look at on the labels, to keep the two straight, Salvation Solution is red on the label of the Clear version. It also says Clear on the very bottom under the chair.
If you’re painting a piece pastel or white, I recommend going with the White Salvation Solution. This will not only block potential bleed through, but it will act as a first coat in coverage. Here’s what the White can looks like. Note the words Salvation Solution are in Blue and it says WHITE under the chair.
Well that’s it for this week’s new products but I have so much more to share with you!! Sit back and be inspired. This DIY post is packed full of ideas, furniture makeovers, blended color combinations and every single paint color offered by Debi’s Design Diary. Save this blog post as I’ll continue to add more photos of layered paint combos & techniques to inspire your painted furniture makeovers
To check out all all the colors, click the “READ MORE” below
Want to learn advanced blending and layering paint techniques with chalk and clay paints and finishes? I’m Shelly with Shizzle Design and by popular demand, I’m teaching two different DIY paint and finishing classes in Holland, Michigan on Feb 22, 2020. Join me for one or both classes at Not So Shabby.
I’m teaching this Advanced Layering and Blending Paint Technique Classby popular demand. Learn how to create beautiful blended colors during this fun, interactive chalk and clay paint demonstration. Grab a treat and a cup of coffee then ask questions and watch as I use various techniques to blend and transform an old piece of furniture into a beautiful piece of art. Also included with class is a 20% off coupon good for 20% all Shizzle Design paint supplies purchased the day of class.
Space is limited! Grab a couple friends and reserve your spots today. Click HERE to sign up or to learn more or call (616) 438-2644 to register by phone.
I continue teaching in the afternoon with my Deluxe Finishing Class. In this interactive demonstration, I’ll teach you how to create gorgeous finishes by blending and combining clear, white and dark waxes with different mica powders.
Not a fan of wax? No problem, I’ll also show you how to glaze your painted pieces with Dark & Decrepit and how to make new wood look old with Gray Patina.
Have you tried Golden Ticket? Take this class and learn what all the rage is about.
I’m so excited to share the cool looks you can create with our finishes. Included with class is a 20% off coupon good for 20% all Shizzle Design paint supplies purchased the day of class.
Space is limited! Space is limited! Grab a couple friends and reserve your spots today. Click HERE to learn more or sign up for the Finishes Class or call (616) 438-2644 to register by phone.
See you soon!
In loving memory of my sister Cathy who’ll always be with me in spirit as I teach paint classes.
We offer the largest selection of chalk, clay and mineral paints in West Michigan
Take advantage of a rare 20% off storewide sale on furniture, home decor and vintage treasures ans stock up on DIY and APC paints and paint supplies which are all 10% off Saturday, 2/15/2020 at Not So Shabby, 2975 West Shore Drive, Holland. MI 49424
Ready to take your painting to the next level? Sign up for one or both paint classes I’m teaching February 22nd at Not So Shabby. The morning class is about Blended Paint Colors and the afternoon class is about Layering Dimension with our extensive line of Finishes. Space is LIMITED; save your spot HERE!