Meet Daphnaeae. It's the name of the wood nymph in Greek mythology who inhabits the laurel tree. I posted a video showing raised stencils using finnabair's gold crackling paste. I'm proud to show the final result and the overall piece. This vanity is painted with Fusion's lichen. I realized over the weekend that I haven't done a green piece and I need to change that asap. I love the grey tones in this green. As with all Fusion paints it has the perfect smooth, matte finish. I also used Fusion's pale gold on the knobs, finials, and moulds. I applied redesign with prima moulds to the center. I painted the sides and drawers with Annie Sloane's cream. The stencil I used is from prima as well and called Madelia Garden. It will be released mid August. I love how the crackled raised stencils give it an antique look and yet the paint is pristine. The vanity top has been stripped and restained dark walnut. Sealed with General Finishes high performance top coat in satin. I'm transported to the dappled woods and the moss and lichen covered rocks and dirt of an ancient forest looking at this vanity.
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By Eclat Designs by Crystin, Owner in Superior, CO.
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- Fusion mineral paint
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- Redesign with prima