Sunday, October 2, 2011

Homemade Chalk Paint Recipe Experiment

Like most furniture refinishers, I have fallen in love with the Annie Sloan Chalk Paint finish.  Unfortunately, ASCP is not sold anywhere in the Pittsburgh area and to be honest with you, I really didn't want to pay $38 plus $15 shipping for a quart of paint.  However I wanted to paint this great little end table in our family room with chalk paint.  I love it's lines and it is just the right size but it was looking a little worn.



So, I took to the internet to find a chalk paint recipe.  I stumbled across numerous sites and settled on a recipe from Make Your Own Zone .  It calls for a mix of 2 tablespoons of unsanded grout combined with 1 cup FLAT paint.  I however chose an old can of Behr SATIN paint that I had from a previous home project.  Did it make a difference?  I have no clue!  It seems to me that it shouldn't if you wax or use a polyurethane to complete the project.


As per chalk paint instructions, I didn't sand or prepare the table in any way, I just painted.  The paint was very thick and I think with this recipe, it might be a good idea to add just a bit of glaze.  Here is the coverage after only one coat of homemade chalk paint.  Depending on your piece of furniture and the look you want to achieve, this might be the only coat you need.


I really wanted full coverage and opted for a second coat of chalk paint as shown below.


Once the second coat was completely dry, I sanded edges where I felt normal wear would occur.  I did not want a heavily distressed look so my sanding was minimal. I then covered it with a thin coat of Howard Citrus Shield Premium Paste Wax in Golden Oak.  I let the wax sit for a couple of hours although it only calls for 3-5 minutes and then I buffed it.  As per ASCP instructions, I added another coat of wax, waited and buffed.

I am really pleased with the overall outcome.  I saved a great deal of time by skipping the initial sanding and preparation stages. I have never used ASCP so I really don't have anything to compare my homemade chalk paint too but the bottom line is, I'm thrilled with the chalk paint recipe and I am thrilled with my 'new' end table!

 

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109 comments:

  1. WOW, this turned out beautifully. Can't wait to see it in person. I love the color! I think I may do this on Fred's mother's French Provincial furniture. It is beautiful, solid wood but really needs updating!

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  2. The 'recipe' I've seen has Magnesium powder in it...I'm dying to try that one!

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  3. I think it looks great! I just bought a end table to try my hand at chalk paint. I will post it when it's done. I have just started blogging, check me out Redesign-Interiors.blogspot.com

    Barbara barbymac1@aol.com

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  4. Your table looks great! I too have experimented with making my own chalk paint and have been pleased with the results.

    Have a wonderful day,
    Gail

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  5. I think your table looks wonderful. I am definitely going to try your recipe. I have bought ASCP before and thought it was just okay. I don't like the price and feel that you can get the same look much cheaper.

    Great job.

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    By the way, I am now following your blog coming over from Dittle Dattle.

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  6. What a lovely shade of grey! Your restyle looks great.....I will have to give this a try. Thanks for experimenting and letting us know the outcome.

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  7. love this idea thanks for sharing

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  8. I had been toying with the idea of unsanded grout when someone told me to try calcium carbonate..but they didn't have as good of results..I have unsanded grout so now I can't wait to try.
    Thanks,
    I will be showing this on my fb page. art is beauty.
    Thanks again,
    Karin
    www.artisbeauty.net

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  9. I haven't tried the unsanded grout yet but it is great to know you were happy with the paint. Your table turned out wonderful.
    xo,
    Sherry

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  10. The table turned out great! I splurged and bought a can of ASCP but I think I'll try your method next! Thanks for sharing.

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  11. No ASCP here either. I tried a recipe similar to this with paster of paris. It went on creamy but dried a little gritty. After I gave it a light sand with 220 grit paper, it was fabulous. Super cheap too =) Nice chalky look and exactly what I wanted. Thanks so much for sharing. The table is cute as can be.

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    1. So like 1 cup blue paint 1 cup plaster of paris add water to your liking of consticency let dry over night then sand lightly then wax with minwax then hand buff...is this pretty much what you did
      ai want to try it tomorrow

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  12. This looks great...I use ASCP all the time, but it was a huge investment. I can't wait to try the homemade version! I love your table!
    ~Tina

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  13. I've recently discovered ASCP and think it looks so fun, but I agree, it's a bit pricey. Definitely might try your little home remedy next time I'm contemplating painting!

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  14. I used ASCP for the first time today and I liked it, but you are right, it is so pricey and yours looks just as good! Thanks!

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  15. I'm so glad you came up with a solution for us Pittsburgh girls when it comes to ASCP!

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  16. i love how it turned out! i need to try that!

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  17. can't wait to try this! swing by my blog where i have a giveaway!

    michele

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  18. Nice job. The subtle sanding works well with this piece.

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  19. I love ASCP and have all the ingredients you listed to make chalk paint. I plan to try it out and compare.
    Thanks for the recipe. I hope it works!!

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  20. Beautiful transformation...I can't wait to give the "homemade" chalk paint a try. I found a recipe that calls for Plaster of Paris, so I am giving it a whirl. Hope mine turns out as nice as yours!

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  21. FABULOUS!! Thanks for the "recipe" too!

    Deborah ♥♥ (visiting happily from http://upcyclingmylife.blogspot.com/... hope you can stop by some time...)

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  22. Hi your table looks great. I noticed your from Pa ... me too. I hope you will stop in and visit my blog ... I'm your newest follower :)
    Francine

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  23. Genius! Who knew to look for a chalk paint recipe??? I just finished my 1st chalk paint project and didn't like the sting of the cost, but I'm happy with the result. Your table looks great. Thanks for sharing :)

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  25. I'm a new follower. I am trying my own chalk paint so thanks for the tip. Tried my own with plaster of paris but it clumped up and never mixed. Did you add the grout directly to the paint or mix it with water first? And, is this regular grout, or does the bag say "unsanded"?

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    1. She used unsanded.
      Mix it with water first until you get the consistency of a paste, but not so thick as peanut butter. When you've done this, add it to the paint mixing them together thoroughly.
      This unsanded grout mixture will cause the paint to dry more quickly than paint alone dries, but I consider this to be a bonus when I need to complete a project in a shorter time frame.

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  26. WOW...thanks for sharing...I never thought about making it myself...I paint all the time and do my own thing, usually with leftover paint and old antiquing glaze I've had for years...(see my dining room makeover)...I've been wanting to try the chalk paint...I'll go with your recipe...your table looks great!!...Happy Thursday, Mariaelena

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  27. Wow! It looks lovely. I think I may have to try this. I do have ASCP and I am loving it, but to be able to get it cheaper and mix with whatever color I want would be fantastic. I am your newest follower. Thanks for sharing. I hope you can visit me sometime:)

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  28. So happy that I came across this. I've been dying to try the ASCP, but can't bring myself to pay those high prices. I'm going to buy a quart of flat paint and try this, excited that I can choose any color! YAY! Lisa at A Vintage Vine mentioned you in her post about her homemade chalk paint, that's how I heard about you! Hope you stop by at: www.sweetavakate.blogspot.com

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  29. Sorry about that typo. I meant it turned out great.

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  30. Wow! Thanks for the recipe! I am gonna try this for my next painting experience! {It's all an experience...right?} I love the look of ASCP, but not the price! Newest Follower!

    ~*Jessica

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  31. Thanks for much for sharing--I can't wait to try this!

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  32. I love this I want to try this!

    Come link this up to scrappy saturdays tomorrow at www.candacecreations.blogspot.com!

    Candace

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  33. Just curious: The link to the recipe you used was actually for "chalkboard paint" not "chalk paint". I though they were two different things? Are they actually one and the same other than the obvious color choices out there?

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  34. Laura; To be honest with you, I really don't know. I had perused the net for recipes and all of them seemed to have similar ingredients and I just liked the simplicity of her recipe. It worked perfectly for me. I just liked the idea of the unsanded grout versus plaster of paris which it seems too many people have problems with.
    Thx for pointing it out. Heather

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  35. So can you do all the same stuff as you can with ASCP? Like paint over anything (almost;) without prepping? Or paint over it if you don't like it without stripping? I am so jealous of such creative women...:)

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  36. I was just wondering if Chalk Paint could be diy'd and I think it can! Thanks for sharing! xo

    (new follower here!)

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  37. Can't wait to try out this recipe. Thanks for sharing at the PoPP! I'm putting your table & recipe in the Spotlight this weekend.

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  38. Your recipe is Martha Stewart's recipe for chalk board paint. I have use it several times to make chalk boards in colors other than black. I have been under the impression that chalk paint is a totally different thing. Hmmm. Interesting topic!

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  39. Thanks for sharing. . .I really want to try this.

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  40. Thank you for sharing your chalk paint testing. I have used ASCP but didn't feel it lived up to the hype and the cost. I can't wait to give a homemade recipe a try. I will be featuring you this week on Amaze Me Monday :D

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  41. I love that table. I have ASCP, and it is so great to use. But you are correct in saying the price is a bit much! I am going to try making my own and compare. Thanks for sharing.

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  42. I want to try this too! I like the flat look of the chalk paint and hope that I can leave this flat also! I hate to sand and prep furniture--that's why I love the Annie Sloan!
    Thanks,
    Debbie

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  43. Hi,
    Hopped over from Dittle Dattle. I have wanted to try ASCP also. Same problem, can't find it in our area. I love how your table turned out. I am going to try this. Thanks for sharing. I am now a new follower.

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  44. wow! I do use ASCP and I will give this a try and review the comparison. Thanks for this tip!
    Found you and your blog on Pinterest :)

    cindi
    http://wwww.rustiqueartblog.com

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  45. I featured this today at Mod Mix Monday!

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  46. I also bought a can of ASCP and did one project. Now to try to do one with home made chalk paint..Cheap to just make your own I think. Better yet more color choice!
    Stephanie
    http://theladybugsgarden-stephanie.blogspot.com/

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  47. Your table turned out awesome! After googling, I tried a homemade ASCP recipe which called for calcium carbonate. The only thing similar I found was calcium gluconate...used it & it works GREAT!! Initially it seemed very "gritty" but when painted, it was smooth. Distressed very well without flaking....My mistake was using the AS dark wax which left it a bit more dark than I envisioned, however hubby thinks it looks great!! :)

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  48. I featured your table on my blog today!

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  49. It looks great....I have always tried to mimic a look at a smaller cost...your did great and is more than worth the try. I will be trying it.

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  50. The end table really looks great. Love the color. I haven't tried this yet but you have inspired me to add it to my to do list. Thanks for linking your project up to Motivated Monday at BeColorful
    Pam

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  51. You are my inspiration! My son gave me a maple entertainment center that I sanded, painted blue and antiqued. The inside was begging for attention but I didn't want to sand anymore. ASCP is a bit pricey for this retiree, so I tried your recipe with Ben Moore Aura paint (eggshell) in a pale yellow. I mixed 2 cups with the required unsanaded grout. Tip: Lowe's sells a 1 lb. package for $1.99! After much mixing, the paint was still a bit grainy.

    Yesterday I painted two coats that went on very easily and dried to a gorgeous chalky finish. I am thrilled and will not use wax or polyurethane since I love it as is.

    Now I am thinking of all the little projects I can afford to paint, using your recipe and a color of my own choosing. Thank you so much for helping me achieve beautiful results.

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  52. Hi, I think it looks great and I use ASCP all the time! thanks!

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  53. I am excited to try this. I have never tried ASCP...but this looks amazing.

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  54. Hi...I just found you on Pinterest and love the idea of making your own chalk paint. I have bought two quarts of ASCP and it is an investment. I had to drive an hour to get it so that I could at least save the shipping charges. The problem is that I really don't want to spend all that money for all the pieces that I have to do and I do love the feel of the chalk paint. Going to give this a try....oh the colors you could have are endless!!

    My other question is: Have you every polyed over your chalk paint? I've just painted my first pieces (chairs) and have wax but was wondering if you can poly over the chalk paint. Any advice you can give me would be greatly appreciated!

    Sue

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  55. Okay, I tried addng water to the plaster of paris before mixing with paint and that worked. I also got some calcium carbonate I am going to try, and may try the grout also. I mentioned your blog in my post about the paint here. http://cedarhillranch.blogspot.com/2011/10/homemade-chalk-paint-and-cautionary.html
    Have a blessed day.

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  56. Hi,
    New to lurking in blogs and it's been years since I've painted, stripped and anything else that can be done to furniture. I've now got the bug and will be trying it all again.
    Anyhoo, chalk paint (any kind)? Is is the chalkiness that makes people like the finish? Sounds silly but had to ask! It seems everyone only puts on a wax finish. Is that all that is needed? And, if so, does it protect the finish enough? Can poly be used on the finish?
    Sorry for all the questions but I've been looking for the answers and so far no luck.
    Thanks for your time and I really am enjoying your blog!
    Cathy

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    1. Hi Cathy,
      I'm sure that poly can be used. In my project, I used only gesso to get the look and feel of chalk paint; I was after a certain color and feel, so I stained on top, and used a paste varnish( no wax). You can chalk the whole project at http://blog.art-for-your-walls.com/2012/02/craigslist-dining-table-before-and.html

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  57. That's fabulous coverage for 2 coats.
    I use Emulsion paint (don't know what the US equivalent is) and although I love it cos it sands beuatifully, the coverage is rubbish and can take up to 4-5 coats!
    Thanks for sharing this.

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  58. Hi Larissa,

    Thank you for your tutorial. I mentioned your post at http://blog.art-for-your-walls.com/2012/02/chalk-paint-and-gesso.html, where I did a little summary on similarities between gesso and chalk paint.

    In my project here http://blog.art-for-your-walls.com/2012/02/craigslist-dining-table-before-and.html. I'm using only gesso, stain, followed by a paste varnish :) !

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  59. I made some home-made paint today... I put 2 tsp. of unsanded grout into a quart of black paint. I painted a piece of furniture with a roller and I ended up with a lot of lumps on the furniture. I tried to mix it really well, did you have any problems with lumps? The paint had primer in it and it stuck to the furniture really well (except for the lumps). I was able to sand them off and give the piece a second coat. The piece ultimately came out great but I didn't like the lumps... any suggestions?
    Thanks
    Susan
    Homeroad

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  60. Just found you today and so happy. I love your table, I have an eating table like that with 4 chairs. The chairs 1940 or 50's came out of an old 200 year courthouse and the table is a reproduction. I want to do those but my kitchen is cherry so do I need to use a different color glase? Thanks

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  61. Love your table! I also used the unsanded grout method with satin paint... it didn't seem to make a difference.
    Here is my china cabinet re-do with the chalk paint, I used black.... http://www.homeroad.net/2012/03/finishing-china-cabinet-with-home-made.html Love your blog!
    Susan
    Homeroad

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  62. There is a store about 4 miles from me that is heavily into this Annie Sloan Chalk Paint and oh my it is very very pricey! Daniel smith sells "precipitated chalk" which is basically calcium carbonate plus silica I think and they sell it for those of us who like to make our own handmade pastels. pastels are precipitated chalk, dry pigment gum tragacanth and water. anyhow that is a source for the chalk if anyone is interested. http://www.danielsmith.com/Item--i-284-900-025 is the link. It's about 8.69 for a pound of chalk plus shipping.

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  63. There is a store about 4 miles from me that is heavily into this Annie Sloan Chalk Paint and oh my it is very very pricey! Daniel smith sells "precipitated chalk" which is basically calcium carbonate plus silica I think and they sell it for those of us who like to make our own handmade pastels. pastels are precipitated chalk, dry pigment gum tragacanth and water. anyhow that is a source for the chalk if anyone is interested. http://www.danielsmith.com/Item--i-284-900-025 is the link. It's about 8.69 for a pound of chalk plus shipping.

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