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Misc.

It's taken me a long time to put this together because I simply couldn't find the words.  I know some of you don't follow us on Facebook so you may not even know but I lost my sister almost two months ago now.  "I Hope You Dance" was played at...

I have a THING for brushes! 
my favorite paint brushes 2 Purdy 2 inch angled brush, Frenchic oval, round wax
Paint brushes, wax brushes, buffing brushes, foam brushes, artist brushes ~ you name it, I have a thing for them and have become a wee bit finicky over the years in what I choose to paint furniture.  I've learned through my own experiences that using the right brush makes all the difference in a quality finish.  Below I've listed my absolute favorite brushes that I couldn't do without.

Have you struggled with using Clear Coats in the past?  Well I'm here to tell you, those days of frustration are over.  Why?  Because Frenchic's durable and Easy-to-Use Finishing Coat is here! Introducing Frenchic Finishing Coat! It's durable and so easy to apply! Frenchic's Finishing Coat is a durable, Environmentally Friendly, top coat...

Try Frenchic Furniture Paint -shizzle-design-distributor-U.S.-Jenison-MI-order-online-try-buy-furniture-chalk-pain

After taking the U.K. and Europe by storm, Frenchic Furniture Paint® has spread its wings, and it is now available here in the U.S.!

It didn't really show up on this luxurious cruise ship like this, but it certainly is a luxurious paint!  We proudly jumped on board as soon as Frenchic started being made and distributed in the U.S.!Frenchic Furniture Paint - Cruise Ship - Best paint in the world

We're always trying new eco-friendly products, but I haven't been this excited about a new paint - like, ever!

I found this antique bow front dresser two years ago during a trip to one of my favorite places, Traverse City, Michigan.  I usually  bi-pass pieces that need a lot of work and this one was definitely in need of some TLC, but I knew there was a hidden gem waiting to be discovered.  Sad part is, every time I looked at it, I bi-passed it for another piece that didn't need any repairs.  It sat in our workshop for so long, I actually listed it for $45 and when it didn't sell for that I thought forget it.  The pulls are worth more than that alone.  I had just returned to work after my surgery and I was on a mission.

Don't fight the Character, Embrace it!

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