Annie Sloan Chalk Paint vs. Waverly Chalk | Premium vs. Walmart Bargain Chalk Paint


hi everybody its Christina from Pretty
Distressed welcome back to my channel in today’s video I’m going to be doing a
side-by-side comparison of a high end chalk paint versus a very inexpensive
one I’m going to be using the og the original a nice loan chuck paint and I’m
going to see how it compares to Waverly Chuck a bargain brand that you can find
at Walmart or on Amazon so if you want to hear all my thoughts and see my
comparison just keep watching if you are new here I am a furniture painter and
refinisher and you will find me here on YouTube making over old pieces that I
have around my house or things that I find on the cheap so if you wanna learn
more about furniture painting I would love it if you subscribe before you
leave here today I am so excited for today’s video I have had this idea on my
mind for a long time and I’m actually really excited to be filming it today I
found the perfect table yesterday I got this thing for $15 at my local first
store and it’s you know big enough to show you guys the comparison but I’m not
wasting my money on a piece that I’m painting in half one paint and half the
other so this is gonna be really chatty I’m gonna be talking to you about the
paint how it’s going on the different finishes that they have I even got
Waverley brushes I’ll be talking to you about prices and where you can get
everything so let’s zoom you in and we’ll get started back when I started
painting a nice loan at chalk paint is the paint that I started with it was one
of the only ones on the market she’s the OG the original it’s a really
great paint I still love it today I have a lot of videos using this paint so I’ll
link my playlist up above and I have the Annie Sloan oval brush that I’m painting
on if you like I said if you want to see me paint more with this paint I have
done this on whole pieces so I know how this is going to perform I love this
paint this is the first paint that I ever started painting with it’s
available at local stores it’s sometimes they sell online but only individual
stores are allowed to sell it you can’t get it on Amazon or like in a hardware
store or anything like that you have to go to a stockist which you can find on
there website it is expensive and is a
high-end paint it costs around $40 a container and this brush that I’m using
retails for around $36 I don’t use it like too often cuz I know it’s hard for
you guys to get hold of but I actually chatted with Annie Sloan herself through
DM on Instagram recently and I was just able to express her how much her paint
has meant to me how it changed my life how it introduced me to furniture
painting I didn’t even know that was a thing and now I have a channel and I
guess I hang out with you guys business and I have a job so I’m very
grateful to Annie and I just think this is a wonderful wonderful paint and it’s
definitely worth every penny and in case you’re new here and you don’t know what
chuck paint is the paint doesn’t actually have chalk in it it just refers
to the matte finish that the paint leaves it can be painted on like this
and to kind of create texture it can also be applied smooth if you thin it
out with a little bit of water and use a different brush it de-stresses really
easily which I will show you that technique you can distress it to make it
look older and as you can see it adheres directly to a finished surface you don’t
have to sand or prime you just clean it off and you can get to painting maybe my
best to like keep them separated so I thought they’re plaster color would be
the closest match to old white so that’s what I’m going to use I have always been
scared to try this paint I just didn’t think there was any way for the price
that it is that it would match up to a nice long chalk paint but my girl
catcha who is also a furniture painter here on YouTube recommends this she’s
used to before and we are good friends and talk all the time about furniture
painting and I said is this on the real like you used this inexpensive paint and
you loved it and she told me yes so I have watched some of her videos and I’m
gonna kind of use her technique for using this paint and I will link one of
those up so I’m just kind of going to shake it
and get a little bit out on this plate it’s very thick so I’m gonna water this
down a little bit you could do this in a bowl too
I’m just not doing it a lot so I thought it would be easier to just do this paper
plate I’m just gonna mix this water in until it kind of has the same
consistency as a nice lone all right okay that’s looking pretty good so now
I’m gonna take my brush and I’m gonna use the Waverley brush the price
comparison at this Waverly brush is ten dollars versus the Annie Sloan that’s
around thirty-five thirty-six and then this paint for eight ounces is around
seven dollars and sixteen ounces is around eleven so definitely a lot
cheaper so I’m just gonna spray it my brush like I normally do get my brush
nice and wet and I’m gonna dip it oh my gosh okay see how this goes on okay okay
this is pretty nice it looks like the coverage is thicker than a nice loan so
I’m gonna try to keep this line pretty close to right down the middle I think
we’ll be able to tell I like the way this is going on though okay now now I smell it a little bit
more now that I’m putting on it does kind of have a little bit of a paint
smell to it but it’s not super strong this brush is a little different so I’m
finding it a little bit hard to get up in these corners and stuff I like the
coverage it seems to be going on well yeah this first look okay I definitely
like the a nice low and a brush better but it’s getting the job done it’s
definitely a little scratch here so you can see it leaves like more brushstrokes
and I got these at Walmart they have a lot more colors on walmart.com and it is
available on Amazon but it’s way more expensive on Amazon it was like five to
ten dollars more expensive so you could just buy it on Walmart or you could go
in store and see what they have so I put plastic wrap over my paint to help it
not dry it out as well as wrap my paintbrushes in damp paper towel so I’m
gonna eat lunch and then we’ll come back and do a second coat okay so it’s been
about an hour and my paint is dry pretty good I’ve not seen a huge different
side-by-side but the way really did have a better coverage and a nice loan but
that’s not that big of a deal to me because we’ll see how it’s gonna look
after the second cooked it was hard to get white to focus up
close but they look really similar I went to stylist Waverly chalk
de-stresses so I just have a really fine a sandpaper this is 220 just it’s just a
little disc you can use just regular sandpaper and I’m just gonna kind of
rough up the edge a little bit to see how it looks so the Waverly actually is
just really nice very similar to any clone in fact I can’t really tell the
difference between the two so I like the way it distresses so I’m gonna go ahead
and apply my Annie Sloan at wax to my Annie Sloan side this is what it looks
like this is the Annie Sloan brush that I’m going to be applying it with today
they actually don’t sell this one anymore the one they have now is more
appointed and this one’s around but this is still a nice brush just get a little
bit of wax on there this wax is really soft but it’s definitely in a solid form
and it is pretty stinky it has a pretty strong odor it smells like mineral
spirits we’re gonna grab my lint-free cloth and I’m just gonna wipe off the
excess globs that I see okay next up I am ready to wax the Waverly piece they
have their clear wax and then they have a matte varnish so I’m gonna do half of
it in the wax and half in the varnish this wax is a really different because
it is actually really liquidy I’m gonna pour this on a plate so I’m not really
sure how it’s gonna work but yeah this is way different than anything I’ve used
before so this is the Waverly brush that I bought so I’m gonna play the X with
that they also started you to use a lint-free cloth so I might do a little
bit of that this is really interesting I’m just gonna dip this in here I’m
gonna kind of get the excess off I think and then go for it here okay so it said to do it in circular
motion so that’s what I’m doing it’s really easy to see where I’m putting it
so that’s nice it is deepening the color a little bit but as it dries I don’t
know if that will change this brush is working well to apply it so I’m just
doing circles I’m going to do this back and forth a little bit I’m lint-free cloth like I usually do
just kind of wipe it a little bit just to get excess off I like that huh it
doesn’t look too streaky but white is really forgiving so I’d kind of like to
try it out with a different color to see how this looks
Wow very cool not too hard okay now I’m gonna try to just do it with just a
cloth and see how that goes I’m just gonna take a clear section that doesn’t
mean works on it yet just dip this in a little bit and I’m just kind of
spreading it around on the plate so I make sure that I don’t have too much that’s working pretty well as well no I
think I might like the brush better sure this is definitely working Wow I really
like that that’s cool I haven’t ever seen like a really
liquidy wax like this before but I like the way it feels it seems like it sealed
it it’s giving it that matte finish it looks even it looks very similar to the
a nice loan that I did I don’t know about durability and stuff but the look
of it is really nice the odor doesn’t really have one um when I opened it I
kind of smelled it but it definitely has less of a odor than the a nice low and
why okay so I saved it this last corner so that we can do the matte varnish
which is a water-based formula that’s perfect for sealing heavily used indoor
and outdoor painted projects it says to mix the varnish by rolling at the bottle
on a tabletop do not shake the says use a soft bristle brush but I’m actually
gonna use a foam brush because I like applying those the top coat I just find
that they work better so I’m gonna try that first if it looks horrible I will
go find a soft brush little brush and I’m gonna go kind of with my brush
strokes here get this one there’s a lot thicker than other clear
water-based topcoats that I’ve worked with supposed to be going on pretty
nicely doesn’t have a very strong odor right now which I heard that stuff can
be really stinky so I don’t know it’s just because my room is so big the nice
thing about it being thick is that it’s not dripping so I’m just trying to
spread it out smooth this foam brush is working really well so I think that it
would be safe to use one of these it’s not shitting or anything and I just get
less brush strokes with top coats when I use these but you definitely could use a
brush if you wanted to it’s just personal preference cuz I’ve worked with
top coats on chalk paint before I just like this technique the best the last
thing I want to do is do a comparison of a nice lone dark wax to the Waverly dark
wax and I’m just gonna do a little bit of detailing on this table here to see
how that looks do a little bit of clear wax just a little bit of dark wax and I
like to mix those together especially when I’m working with white just so that
it’s not too overwhelming so I’m gonna mix this up a little bit I’m just gonna
get a little bit of wax my wife’s fresh and I really work it in get the excess
off and then this is my own side so I’m just gonna go right in here where I
distressed and deepen it up a little bit then I’m gonna take my clock wipe that
back I sometimes use steel wool to rub this in but I don’t have any today this you can see how that darkened up that
edge a little bit I’m just gonna rub it in okay so there’s my any flood side
okay so I’m gonna do it the same process and take just a little bit of this dark
wax you don’t need as much that’s why I bought this little teeny tiny one I’m
gonna take a little bit of the clear Waverly I’m gonna mix it with a little
bit of the brown I’m sure you can use this full strength I just rather take it
easy than overdo it so I’m gonna mix these two together so I’m going to use
this little Waverly brush it came in a set with that other chalk brush so I’m
just gonna get a little bit on this fresh I’m gonna spread it out a little
bit gonna go in that same place for a distressed I think about feel about this
I feel like since this is so liquidy it’s absorbing more into the wood and
it’s just kind of changing the color of the paint versus like adding detail like
the Annie Sloan one does even though I mixed it it seems like it’s really hard
to control yeah so it’s just making it really bro I definitely like that a nice
Lone Star quiet sputter it’s just like super natural
Waverly one just looks money to me here is the side-by-side comparison Waverly
chalk is on the right and Annie Sloan is on the left and I really cannot tell
a big difference between them the only thing I will say about Waverly is I did
not like the dark wax I think it just looks muddy
I think the anti-saloon side definitely looks more natural okay so this is the
Waverly side and the right side is the varnish and the left side is the wax and
I cannot tell a difference between them but this brushstrokes really disappeared
on the varnish and it feels nice and smooth so I liked working with them both
the coverage on the Waverly side is actually better than the Annie Sloan
coverage my final thoughts on this paint comparison
I still love Annie Sloan it still performs great love the brushes love the
wax love everything about it know that it holds up but I was really shocked at
the performance of this Waverly chalk it really surprised me how well it
performed the brushes I don’t like as much as my auntie Sloan brushes but they
definitely work so if you’re somebody just starting out and you don’t want to
invest a lot of money I think it’s definitely worth a shot to try this out
the only thing that I can’t really test right now is how well it’s gonna hold up
over time so I’m gonna leave this piece just like this put it out somewhere in
my house where we can actually use it and then I’m gonna probably come back in
a couple of months and let you know how it’s holding up I know a nice low and
holds up really well because I have it all over my house this hutch is an
example I’ve moved it and it’s been painted for five years and it still
looks like it’s in great shape I’d also like to try out more of these colors and
see how the top coats perform over maybe a darker color if you would like to see
me paint a whole piece in this Waverly chalk or if you want to see more paint
comparisons let me know down in the comment box if you liked this video
please give me a thumbs up before you leave it don’t forget to subscribe if
you want to see it more videos from me and thanks for being here thanks for
watching this all the way to the end I’ll be back with another project soon
and I will see you guys next time you

92 thoughts on “Annie Sloan Chalk Paint vs. Waverly Chalk | Premium vs. Walmart Bargain Chalk Paint

  1. I have that same table and have been wanting to paint it and never have! Now I should get on that!! Thanks for sharing the comparison! 🙂

  2. Are you sure it doesn’t have calcium carbonate in it? Just make sure before saying it doesn’t

  3. The Annie Sloan white looks kinda blotchy to me. I mostly use the colors from Rust-oleum which is half the price. I also tried cheaper brands but the ones that are available in Germany are not my cup of tea.

  4. Thank you! I’ve wondered how Waverly compared and would love to see you do more pieces(colors) in it!!!

  5. I would love to see a comparison of Annie Sloan to a good ultra flat latex. Is it just a difference in how it looks or are there other major differences.
    Great video. Thanks as always.

  6. I've been wanting to make this video forever! It's a long one, but I wanted to give you as much info as possible on both paints. Which one do you want to try after watching?

  7. I’ve used waverly on a lot of furniture in my house and I love it. It doesn’t take much really .

  8. Wow what a great video! Thanks so much for linking me. It feels a little crazy going from someone who watched you to calling you a friend! Really well put together video in the name of science! ❤️

  9. Thank you for this video, I've only started using the waverly but often tempted and wondered about the higher end chalk paint. Agree it's thicker but watered down it does a really nice job. I really appreciated the dark wax review, completely agree the waverly is muddy and horrible to say but "cheapens" the piece if that makes any sense? I will def try the Annie Sloan dark wax, it looks really pretty and natural. Thank you for testing and sharing with us!

  10. I would give you 10 thumbs up…this video is perfect and came just in time because I have, probably, ten items around my house that I want to do and I really like Annie Sloan and Dixie Belle paints, I don’t have any close by stockers that carry those two so I have to buy them online. When it comes to make up and paint, I like to see the items in person. found a different world with painting and I love it!!! This video is exactly what I needed, a different brand of paint to try that I can buy it at a store. I hope you continue to do these kind of videos because you definitely include many details in a simple way that’s easy to follow, thank you so so so much🥰👍

  11. Love your videos Christine!!! Super new to furniture painting! Any particular rule of thumb for using wax vs. top coat? Did you use wax in this video just to continue the comparison between both brands? Thanks!

  12. Fantastic video! Looking forward to the follow up. I love using Annie Sloan for my cabinets and furniture. Have used the black, dark and clear wax. Looking forward to trying the white wax someday.

  13. I have used the Rustoleum but i prefer my own formula with plaster of paris. It seems to go on smoother

  14. Have you tried the Rust-oleum chalk paint? If so, where does it fall on the scale of good-bad?

  15. I just painted my very first piece with waverly chalk paint and brush. I was very happy with the paint but hated the brush. It shed so bad and made extra work for me since I had to pluck them all out of the paint. I would not recommend the brush!

  16. We don't get waverly in the UK as far as I know but I would still love to see you paint more pieces with it in different colours. Thanks for another great video ❤️

  17. Waverly paint is great. I'm so done with overpriced Annie Sloan paint it's nothing more then indoor outdoor latex paint with calcium carbonate added to it. Rustolem is good too

  18. Hi when I started painting furniture I started with AS also and will always love her paints and wax!! I do use waverly also but don’t like the wax very much. I am now in love with Debi Designs Diary DIY paint it is clay based and I love working with it. Thanks so much for taking the time to do this comparison!!!

  19. It might be just how the camera is picking up but the waverly definitely looks more “painted” maybe a bit too thick? I think it would be good in a pinch but I will probably stick with Annie. I also wonder how this would layer, that might be another test because part of the beauty of Annie’s for me is when you start to do wash’s on top and layer over colours. Great review!

  20. You can also buy the Waverly paint at Michaels. I used it to paint my main bathroom cabinets. I slightly distressed the cabinets which turned out okay. I used a soft cloth with the Waverly wax. Yes the Waverly wax is different to work with.

  21. I’m so glad you did this. I have tried Rustoleum chalk paint do to the price and like it. I was a Dixie Belle user and didn’t find that much difference with Rustoleum.

  22. I painted a side table with Waverly chalk paint over a year ago. It still looks very nice I also used the wax it's held up.

  23. After seeing this video and watching Kacha use the Waverly brand I will definitely have to try. I've used Annie Sloan in the past and I've loved her paints but there aren't many stockists by me that carry her paints anymore. I've also used Dixie Belle and Country Chic. I am in love with how smooth country chic goes on and all the new products they have. I'd love to see you do a comparison of the Waverly brand and the ArtMinds brand from Michael's. Love your vids 💖!

  24. Love your honest opinion. Yes let us know how the paints and wax held up. And maybe the dark color Waverly and dark color Anne Sloan. Thanks

  25. I use Waverly paint all the time, the wax is just ok. The paint is really good. I’ve used several colors with great results. Coverage is excellent, price is the best. I like Dixie Belle but don’t think it’s that much better than the Waverly.

  26. Definitely a comparison with another color. It was a little hard to really see due to the white

  27. Loved this video! It was very helpful! Thanks for sharing from one of your OG followers!!! ❤

  28. I’ve never seen Waverly up here in 🇨🇦 but we have folk art brand at Walmart & Michael’s and I’ve had good success with it. So nice to see a side by side!

  29. As someone who paints a lot of furniture and has used both the Annie Sloan & Waverly – plus their brushes.. Waverly brushes suck. Annie Sloan are really good however I've found the Dixie Bell brushes are far far superior to any others I've used. Waverly paint rocks. Seriously rocks. I love painting with it. One thing I would suggest though is when you add water to thin out the Waverly paint paint on the surface then spritz with some water. You'll have better control. Different Waverly chalk paint colors vary in how think they are. Waverly wax can be a little tricky to work with and not end up with brush marks. But once you get the technique down.. it's a wonderful wax! The finish is gorgeous and durable. I personally prefer to apply the Waverly wax with a cloth. Annie Sloan has some gorgeous colors I've not been able to recreate by mixing Waverly paints so there are times I break down and buy the expansive Annie Sloan paints. Not often anymore though. I'm not knocking Annie Sloan paints – they are wonderful! But they're very expensive paints. Dixie Bell is a good middle as far as price between the two and an absolutely excellent paint. All that said.. I bought a few synthetic brushes at my local home improvement center that are my absolute favorites.. bar none! I paid about $14 each for them. One last thing.. when using the Waverly antiquing wax.. don't mix it with the clear. It just turns everything muddy when you do and you don't get the antiquing definition.

  30. I have a cheaper one. I make my own. Holds up great . Goes on easy. Looks beautiful. I have the brush bought in China same exact brush your using.

  31. I’ve almost bought the paint at Walmart several times, then chicken out. Annie Sloan has been my go to for years, but I’m having really good luck with Amy Howard paint and finishes.

  32. Thanks for sharing. I have Annie Sloan’s chalk paint. I painted a dresser for my daughter.
    I want to paint my dining room table. It was my mom’s, and now it has a little water stains and scratches on the legs from my cat. Should I sand the table all over before I paint it?

  33. Chalk paint is matte or flat paint with calcium carbonate added. You can buy a bag of calcium carbonate for about $13.00. The simple formula is on the bag. It turns any paint into chalk paint.

  34. This is a great video 🙂 you did a wonderful job showing both paints and all the top coats!

  35. I love your videos there is always something to learn, and this comparison helps a lot. Thanks.

  36. That’s so cool that you and Kaćha are friends, you two are my favorite furniture painters to watch

  37. I used the waverly in ink(black)on a boys bathroom sink cabinet 3 yrs ago and used the matte varnish over it…I have to say it has held up perfectly with 2 rough teenage boys. I love this chalk paint.

  38. Thanks for doing this comparison. A comparison to Rustoleum would be interesting too!

  39. Please test out more Waverly. If you live in Southern CT. You'll know that Waverly is a strong family name of the past and has come to be descriptive of a high standard…..ps. I like the Waverly best.

  40. I used Waverly Chalk pain in moss green to refinish my console. I was amazed at the coverage I got from only 1 coat, even though the original color of the console was ivory.

  41. Would love to see more waverly colors. I haven’t painted furniture before but I bought a drop leaf table a couple of months ago that needs painting. I just haven’t been sure which paint to use. Are there any advantages to using chalk vs. regular acrylic?

  42. I bought Waverly chalk paint in a few colors and tried it on a few wood stools I use for my plants. I also applies wax. I used a black sponge brush to apply both. It has now been 3 years and both still hold their color. On of the stands is in the sun when the sun is out and has not dis colored. I haven't tried any other brands so I can't com pair

  43. Thank you. Great comparison. We do have our favorites but good to try something new without so much fear.

  44. You mentioned that you would use a different brush to get a smoother finish with chalk paint. What type of brush would that be? I'm preparing to paint a buffet, and would like to know before I begin. Great video!

  45. Can you do the same with JOLIE paint, can you make comparison too with Waverly chalk paint

  46. Hi Christina! Thank you for doing this video! I have never used Annie Sloan but have used other high end brands …..first video of Kache I watched she was using Waverly Chalk paint and the results were Amazing! She mixed Crimson and Ink and came out with this gorgeous color…..that’s when I wanted to try it🙌🏻 I am a fairly new subscriber and really enjoy your videos! Thank you for sharing😊

  47. My question about Annie Sloan and other high end chalk paints are how do you make money reselling furniture if you are spending that much on paint? I've never spend more than $16 on a quart of chalk paint. I did try the Aldi's brand when it was available but did not like it much. It was more gel-like and didn't go on smoothly.

  48. Great information. I never could afford Annie Sloan, I’m retired and I’m not spending $40-50 plus on Annie Sloan paint.
    But it has great reviews and is recommended by many.
    But I wasn’t even aware of Waverly, and I can afford that and this is what I’m going to buy.
    Thanks again for your reviews.

  49. Thank you Christina for the comparison. I tend to use Rustoleum here in the UK as Annie Sloan is very expensive. Just wish they would have more colours. Best wishes from Penny in Liverpool 🇬🇧😊

  50. Great tutorial video! Any suggestions on how to paint ceramic ginger jar table lamps? Thx

  51. The Waverly is more white and AS is more off-white. I like AS color choices but I don't like that their white appears to yellow over time, especially after waxing. Before I moved into my house my kitchen cabinets were painted AS white and they were dull and yellowed. I ended up having to sand, prime, and repaint them with a regular bright white kitchen cabinet paint. I prefer bright white chalk paint, which is why my go to is Rustoleum when chalk painting something white. I have yet to try Waverly but I will now. Thanks for sharing.

  52. True chalk paint has chalk (calcium carbonate) in it. it's the binding agent in the paint. it's not just the name.

  53. Thank you Christine. Yes, I would like to see more videos of you using the Waverly chalk paint. Just today, I was using Waverly on a dark metal, ornate flower box. So far, so good. 😉

  54. I would think that the clear wax that was put on before the dark wax would be to blame for how much the dark wax changed the color. Seems Anne Sloan wax sealed better and therefore the dark wax was more subtle.

  55. Would like to learn what you think of Dixie Belle if you decide to do a comparison video.

  56. I usually use Annie Sloan paint but ran out before đoing a sm project. I spotted the Waverly & gave it a go. I was pleasantly surprised & now I use it all the time. I've not tried the brushes though

  57. Thanks for this video! I've used Dixie Belle but have been very curious about the Waverly. I really appreciate how thoroughly you reviewed it. Would love to see more like this.

  58. Have you tried debi's diy paint. Would love to see a side by side with annie slone.

  59. Neither, you silly!! You've got to try DIY paint!!! No additives, and GREAT paint!

  60. First time watching your videos. Thank you for doing this comparison! I have wondered about the quality difference.

  61. Absolutely love Waverly.. I use it for my furniture repurpose business.. Elephant is the color that I sell the most off.. Folk Art too.. I don't use the wax thats where I like to spend my money on . Definitely thin out with a little water goes on Beautifully!

  62. Great video! I'd read/seen so much about Annie Sloan chalk paints, but there is no stockist anywhere close to me. Walmarts everywhere, though, so I plunged in and painted an antique desk with Waverly chalk paint in white, and used the clear wax. That was five months ago, it's beautiful, and it's holding up great! Your video is validation that my decision not to make an all-day trip to another state to spend a small fortune on Annie Sloan products was the right one 🙂 Many thanks!

  63. New to your channel n just subbed. I like painting furniture n am enjoying your channel.

  64. Sure. Do a demo with Waverly on a piece of furniture to completion. That would be great.

  65. Yes, I did subscribe , I would need to use Waverly since old and retired, lol
    But can you tell me, in case I missed something, it was going fast. Did you add second coat of paints? This table is about size of mine, it’s an old Duncan Phyfe , you are proll too young to know that name, but it’s round. White now but want it blue gray, thank yuou

  66. Have you ever tried DIY Paint from Debi’s Design Diaries? It’s clay based and amazing!

  67. Thank you for this video. The antique wax for Waverly is awesome. I don't mix it, use it as it is. I've used Waverly for years and is holding really good.

  68. Interesting comparison! What a great idea! I would be interested in seeing more videos comparing different colors or even different brands like the DIY clay based paints with the less expensive Waverly! Thanks! I enjoy your videos!

  69. I am so glad did this comparison. I haven’t used Annie Sloan because it is so pricey but I have used Waverly and I love it. I do want to get better brushes now that I have dived into the world of chalk painting. I would love to see some pieces painted entirely with Waverly. Thank you for the video.

  70. Thank you for doing the comparison. I am new to furniture painting and I’ve only used Annie Sloan, which I love! It is pricey so I have wondered how less expensive brands work. Love your videos! They have inspired me to get into painting furniture.

  71. I haves priced out annie soon and decided to buy a different brand due to that price. I used junk monkey paint and it is lovely to use. I will def try waverly.

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