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How to Paint a Bombay Chest
It’s Tea 🍵 Time ♥️.
This is the sweetest little Bombay chest around!! Couldn’t you just see this in a little girl’s room?
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- White Lightning Cleaner
- Dixie Belle Tea Rose Mineral Paint
- Dixie Belle Fluff Chalk Mineral Paint
- Tea Time decoupage paper
- Dixie Belle Clear Satin Coat
- Jardin de Roses Image Transfer
The painting details
This Bombay chest got its start with Niss & That came to visit a couple of weeks ago. Her husband Vance prepped it for me with white lightning cleaner and primed it with BOSS. Yes, I will put anyone that comes through my front door to work with no shame!
This piece is available!!! The dimensions are:36” Wide -17.5” Deep-35” Tall
I used so many different techniques for this piece: decoupage, transfers, color layering. If you would like to learn how to master all these techniques, I many tutorials that give you the exact steps to follow. Find all of them HERE