Video Tutorial: Painting Fabric with Chalk Paint

Video Tutorial: Painting Fabric with Chalk Paint

   Video Tutorial: Painting Fabric with Chalk Paint

It is Friday and time for another DIY video tutorial!  Today I’m going to show you how to paint fabric using chalk paint.

BEFORE

This is the bench before.  My goal was to modernize and simplify.  I spray painted the base with gold paint and used Annie Sloan Pure White on the fabric.

AFTER

And here is the after.  Much more updated and simple – don’t you think?

You can see the full video tutorial HERE:

Want to see more of our DIY video tutorials?  We have a bunch of them!

Episode 1: Welcome 

Episode 2: Mixing Chalk Paint

Episode 3: Prep Work for Chalk Paint

Episode 4: Tips for Using Chalk Paint

Episode 5: How to Apply Wax to Chalk Paint

Episode 6: How to Dry Brush

Episode 7: Distress Paint with Vaseline

Episode 8: Weathered Look with Paint

Episode 9: Safety Tips

Episode 10: Wax Paper Transfer Tutorial

Episode 11: Tablet Cover Tutorial

Episode 12: Chalk Transfer Tutorial

Episode 13: Starched Fabric Wall Treatment

Episode 14: French-Inspired Enamel Tags

Episode 15: Photo Plaques

Episode 16: Updating an Ikea Dresser

We would love to hear your suggestions for future video tutorials.  What are you interesting in learning more about?  Leave me a comment and let me know!

Have a great weekend and go create something!

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Comments

  1. Beverly Weaver Gilley says

    I am wondering if this technique is for everyday wear and tare or is it just for looks? I have a couch that is used everyday and was thinking about painting it. Is it comfortable to sit on? What would you advise?
    Thank You, Beverly

    • sincerely, sara d. says

      I wouldn’t suggest this technique for a couch for a couple reasons. First, a couch would go through a TON of paint. At that point, it may be just as cost effective to consider reupholstering. Also, this technique makes the fabric feel vinyl. It wouldn’t make for a good, comfy couch-watching tv. I hope this helps!

  2. Britney says

    How do you think this technique would work on curtains?? I have a huge curtain on a pulley system that is straight out of the 70’s. Burnt orange and cream plaid (To match our burnt orange shag carpet). We love the pulley system setup and know that buying a new curtain will be pretty expensive. Do you think this would work? How would the curtain feel to touch?

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