Bring your own furniture to paint!… An excellent hands-on introduction to American Paint Company’s all-natural products. Bring a small end table, stool, or plant stand that YOU can carry, and turn tired, brown furniture into something lovely! You’ll learn all the basics and get to apply them immediately! We’ll cover single-color painting, distressing, & top-coat finish. There is no prior class needed to sign up for this session. 10% off paint & brushes purchases in-class. $125 includes use of paints, brushes, & topcoat to accomplish your project on site. Snacks & aprons provided.
Saturday, October 3 … limited spots remain, register soon!
9:00 am -12:30
Add the gorgeous finishing touches to any painted piece! This class teaches step-by-step how to get great results with American Paint Company’s mica shimmers, dark wax, glaze, Top coat, Hard coat, crackle effect, American Grit, and gilding paste. This is a perfect class to take after you’ve had Furniture Painting, an APC basics class, or previous experience painting furniture (with modern chalk/clay paints). You’ll complete several technique boards to keep for creative inspiration… 3 hours & lots of fun!
$60 includes all supplies to gain the know-how to turn average painted pieces into spectacular!
2:00-5:00 Saturday, October 3 ~your spot is still open, sign up soon!
Where are classes held?
Serious Fun Art Studio, 6710 E. Fowler Ave, Temple Terrace, FL. 1,200 square feet with comfortable teaching areas, having enough space to spread out for creativity. Class sizes limited for individual attention.
How to register?
Click the SHOP tab above to register online with a credit card, or stop in the studio to use any form of payment in person. Registration is complete with payment, reserving your spot in a workshop or class series.
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Serious Fun Art Studio