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Embellish a cabinet with Prima ReDesign Products!

Step One

Prepare your surface by cleaning it with 409. You can sand and prime it if you like, otherwise, using a furniture brush, just start adding paint. We used FolkArt ONE Decor Gloss Paint, it's a paint and sealer in one. Leaving the wood grain coming through will give a Shabby Chic look to the finished piece. Dry with a heat gun.

Step Two

Stamp some elements onto the surface of the dry cabinet. Make sure you stamp with permanent ink. A Wendy Vecchi Archival Inkpad works well with a Dry Goods Ledger Wood Mounted Stamp by Christine Adolph.

Step Three

Using texture paste, stencil some patterns onto your piece. We used a Finnabair Art Extravagance Icing Paste in vintage/antique gold and a Prima stencil.

Step Four

Using your finger, rub Finnabair Art Alchemy Wax Matte Finish into some of the areas. This will add some highlights.

Step Five

Select Prima ReDesign rub-on transfer decals. Use the stick that comes with the decals and apply pressure as you rub in order to get all of the decals onto the surface of your cabinet.

Keep in mind that you may want to overlap some of the elements or have them touch in order to create visual interest and cohesion in your piece.

Step Six

Feel proud of your (almost) finished cabinet!


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