Fake Your Own Antiques
Demonstrates various painting techniques for giving an antique look to wood, metal, paper, leather, plaster, glass, and ceramic, and suggests projects involving plant stands, mirror frames, boxes, bowls, cabinets, candelabra, and bottles
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