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Chippy Table

Use either a putty knife or butter knife to chip away the paint.

I decided to go for a chippy look for this side table. First I painted the entire table with a base coat of Coco. Next I applied Aubusson Blue to the base and Old White to the top. I used an old butter knife to chip away some of the paint.

Small side table painted in Aubusson Blue and Old White.

The chalk paint was distressed with a damp wash cloth.

I used a butter knife to chip away some of the Old White chalk paint.

 I chipped away some of the Old White with the back of a butter knife. I used a damp wash cloth to wet distress the top coat of paint to reveal the base color underneath. Applying just a little more water and presser also helps achieve a chippy look.

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Supply List

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