Painting a wooden cabaret with Colorantic paint
Last September, Audrey-Ann Blais, an influencer on Instagram and YouTube, introduced us to her successful transformation of a wooden serving tray using Colorantic products. This initiative enables us to create a beautiful accessory that blends seamlessly with any decor. Not only is it aesthetically pleasing, but it’s also highly functional!
Audrey-Ann shares, in a short video, the creation of her cabaret. You can also create your own by following the simple and easy steps. In addition, this accessory is perfect as a first upcycling project with Colorantic products. It will allow you to familiarize yourself with our range of products.
By reading the following, you will discover all the steps carried out for his project.
Here is the list of Colorantic products used:
This project is in collaboration with the chalk-based paint and accessories company Colorantic, located in Victoriaville, Quebec.
We start by applying the Cappuccino chalk paint to the red plastic serving tray. Colorantic’s yellow velvet foam rollers are extremely easy to use and leave no marks. We apply two coats of this coffee hue to the serving tray, then let it dry for 1 to 24 hours. For quick drying: place the serving tray outside or in front of a fan.
After applying the two coats of paint, you are ready to add details with your Natacha Créative stencil. You can find this item as well as other washable decorative stencils on the Colorantic website.
Next, I add the Ballerine chalk paint color for furniture and decorative items. I use the small foam stencils sold in packs of four units, perfect for creative projects.
To highlight the stencil details, I used Colorantic’s fine artist brushes with the gorgeous Champagne metallic color, a blend of gold and silver.
To conclude my project, I applied a coat of Colorantic matt varnish sold in several formats. The cabaret offered to my mom can be used for her breakfasts, or simply to decorate her living room!
To learn more about this project, we invite you to watch her video below. Audrey-Ann explains in detail all the steps of her creation of a functional and decorative wooden serving tray.
We wish you an enjoyable viewing experience, as well as success in your own serving tray renovation project!
*Please note that Audrey-Ann Blais received Colorantic products free of charge.
Thanks for watching my video and go check out the Colorantic site to get all the material I used for my cabaret project. My promo code for your future purchases entitles you to a 10% discount: audreyann
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