We already know how wonderful chalk paint works on wood.
But, what about this piece above? The cherub candle stand is made of resin.
And these cherub wall plaques are made of some type of plastic.
The frame of this vanity mirror is metal.
Yes, it worked great on metal!!!
I love the soft finish the chalk paint left on this little ceramic cherub box above.
To keep the finished product from looking so SOLID white, I used the end of the brush and stippled the paint on.
This gives the piece more of a marble or stone look.
And, here's the resin piece. Yelp. It worked like a charm.
I also did a china piece and several picture frames, but I'll save pictures of those pieces for another day.
Maybe thinking about Valentine's Day caused me to drag out all of these cherubs/cupids. Anyway, I think I had a fairly productive day. And, now I know that chalk paint WILL WORK on all these surfaces. One resin candle stand, two plastic wall hangers, one mini ceramic box, a metal vanity mirror frame, and a sweet shabby white plant stand.
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