There’s More Ways Than One to Skin a Ceiling Medallion

The Whistling Elk uses Paint Couture!™
Ceiling Medallion makes a great centerpiece for a table

I just finished stenciling and distressing this table top…its painted with Paint Couture!™ Baltic Black and stenciled with Paint Couture Pale Gold – one of their fabulous accessory metallic paints.   After I took this photo I glazed the whole table with Glaze Couture!™ Black Walnut (my favorite!).   I plan on putting the Lacquer Couture!™ over the table on Monday.  Wow, there are sure a lot of “coutures” in here…but what do you expect when you are painting pieces that are fashionable and elegant!

The Whistling Elk offers Paint Workshops
Paint Couture!™ Paints Glazes and Topcoats make furniture painting easy and fun and results in elegance

I used a ceiling medallion to create my design and then used parts of the medallion to fill in the center and bring the design out on to the leaves of this drop leaf table.  I always sand thru my stencils to rough them up and make them look a little uneven because I want an aged effect.  Wait till you see how it looks glazed…ooh la la!

When I finish I will post the elegant finished product…

We carry all the Paint Couture! products at The Whistling Elk and offer Paint Workshops so you can DO IT YOURSELF…if you imagine it you can paint it!

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