Scalloped Two Tone Dresser

By Susan, owner at Saw Nail and Paint

After sanding and priming, I applied 3 coats of a custom mix of General Finishes Antique White and Snow White to the entire dresser.  I let it dry for a day and then applied a scalloped design Shape Tape to the bottom so that the paint line would be just above the lower knobs.  I then sealed the edges of the tape by painting a thin coat of the white base coat paint over the edges.   Once dry, I applied 3 coats of another custom paint mix to the bottom.  I added a small amount of General Finishes Key West Blue chalk paint to the existing custom white paint until I had a pale watery blue green shade. Immediately after the third coat dried, I carefully removed the Shape Tape.  I then applied General Finishes High Performance Top Coat in flat to the entire dresser to seal and protect.

Products Used

Antique White milk paint, Snow White milk paint, Key West Blue Chalk Paint, High Performance Top coat in Flat