Homemade Chalk Paint (Video Tutorial)

Whether painting furniture is a hobby or a business for you, you’ve probably heard about homemade chalk paint. When I found out that making my own chalk paint was an option, I was very intrigued and interested in trying it. So I did… and I liked it!

In the video tutorial below, you will find the two most popular recipes to make your own chalk paint at home. I personally prefer Calcium Carbonate, but Plaster of Paris is also pretty good.

If you want to purchase them online, here are the affiliate* links:

Calcium Carbonate – https://goo.gl/vcFvgX

Plaster of Paris – https://goo.gl/ogP1LN

And if you prefer written instructions, check out my detailed tutorial with pictures on this awesome DIY website Grillo Designs website .

As always, let me know if you have any questions!

Thanks for reading!



*When you purchase from my affiliate links, I receive a small commission. There is no additional cost for you.



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It all started in the spring of 2013. I realized how tired I was to see my house entirely decorated with IKEA stuff. Nothing against IKEA, but after 12 years, I just needed some change. I wanted stylish, original furniture, but noticed that everything I liked from retail stores was way out of my budget. Thanks to Google, Youtube, and a couple of amazing blogs, I was able to discover and explore the world of furniture refinishing, and it was the beginning of my addiction. I now spend my days rescuing old, dull, unwanted pieces of furniture to give them a fresh look so they can be displayed, used and loved again for many more years to come. Thanks for stopping by.

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