…stifel & capra

I’m happy to announce today that I will be selling a few pieces at Stifel & Capra in Falls Church. Dear Teresa & her sweet, spice-making DH Bob have welcomed me into their eclectic, vintage, artsy, hip shop. Yes, it’s the big, white house-shop on the corner of Broad St.

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I did my very first showing at her Holiday Market about 2 years ago. And my dear friend, Liz, bought my first painted piece at the show!

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Of course it was a family affair.

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I know quite a few of you have asked where to get started selling. An indoor/outdoor, holiday or summer craft show is a great way to test the waters.

Come on in and see the shop! Along with lots of treasure, you will find Cece Caldwell Paint available. Colors are a bit different than Annie Sloan, but there is a huge range. It’s also a completely green product, eco-friendly & non-toxic. I’m excited to try them out in the near future and posting. I already picked up some Memphis Blue to experiment with.

P.S. I will still be selling pieces from my website, my Etsy shop, Luckett’s Spring Market & Chartreuse Market Days.…and refinishing custom pieces from my home of course.

P. P. S. Happy Snow Day!

 

 

Comments

  1. Will be interested in your take on the CeCe paints. I have used ASCP extensively and much more prefer Aniie Sloan! I will say I like the CeCe wax, it’s much easier to work with!

  2. June G. says:

    Good for you and Stifel and Capra! I’m not close enough to shop there but if we ever take our “trip” we talk about. 🙂 I will be interested in your take on the CeCe products, waxes too. I really like the paint. I especially like the way it drys. Cinco Bayou Moss with old white over it is a beautiful “combination”…turns a mossy gray. Let us know!

    Have a great day!

  3. Just finished my first CeCe project last night and I’m not sure yet. I used Smokey Mountain and Annies Clear wax, the finish is growing on me but it is uneven after 2 coats. I love Annies and I love CeCe’s colors but I think I need to play some more.

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