I'm so excited to bring you my online Furniture Paint 101 workshop.
No matter where you are in the world, now you too can learn to turn your tired old pieces into ones you absolutely LOVE.
Learn all of the favourite painted furniture techniques I teach in my face-to-face workshops designed to give you the upcycling skills you need to make your home beautiful.
ABOUT UPCYCLED & CO.
Upcycled & Co. is my 'baby', founded on a philosophy of providing quick, easy and affordable furniture painting workshops, and furniture paint. I have always loved to create... I love texture, colour, and most of all, expressing myself through the creative process. As a teenager it was sewing my own clothes, then later knitting. In my 20s I tried all sorts, from decoupage to abstract acrylic painting on canvas. And for the last 15 years I have been into upcycling in one way or another - repainting plant pots, recovering lampshades and painting furniture and old photo frames to a create a new look.
HOW IT WORKS
You will be joining me online and I will be coming to you from the Upcycled & Co. studio. The techniques for Furniture Paint 101 Online are recorded in individual videos and give you a step-by-step demonstration of each technique.
FURNITURE PAINT 101: THE WORKSHOP
Learn 4 different and beautiful techniques at my Online Furniture Paint 101 Workshop then set to work to turn your tired old furniture into pieces you absolutely LOVE! I've created four separate videos to make it easy for you to learn one technique at a time
You will learn how to:
You will get to access videos that take you through each process step-by-step, and you can watch them again whenever you want to.
Plus you will receive 2 BONUS Workshops - The Colour Mixing workshop & The Stone Effect workshop.
Here's what my clients say:
"I didn't realise it was going to be so easy!" Jo
"Thank you for a fun and informative workshop." Kate
"It was so much easier than I thought it was going to be." Wendy
You can find more reviews on my Facebook page.
If you've done one of my workshops or if you've painted furniture, please share your experience in the comments below.