⭐️⭐️NEW Detailing Brushes! ⭐️⭐️ Our Frenchic Detailing Brushes are a set of 4 smaller brushes for the decorative painter to reach the parts that other brushes cannot reach! ⭐ Handcrafted in Italy, they are ideal for using on ornate carving and finer detail when Frenchic'ing your furniture. ⭐ Made of quality, soft synthetic fibre producing a smooth and even finish, one set includes a larger flat, smaller flat, angled and fine point brush. ⭐ If you're planning on painting a bureau, for example, then these little beauties will be perfect for getting into the back of those pigeon holes! Available now HERE!
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Ombre with Frensheen Metallic powders Do you want to learn how to do this? Check out my upcoming workshop list...you could learn these fab techniques and take your projects up a notch! Book HERE!
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If you've got an old leather suitcase, a very quick way of revamping it is to use Frenchic's virtually odourless, solvent and toxin free Browning Wax. Clean it down with sugar soap and then apply the wax all over before giving it a good buff up to a beautiful Frenchic gleam. Products available from Doodledash stores at Parson's Street, Banbury and also at unit 9, Banbury Antiques Centre.
I love a collaboration with a shop neighbour! I was thinking what I could do with my empty paint tins and it came to me that it would make a great flower pot! So I popped the tin over to my florist neighbour, Flora Bella, and this is what she came up with! It looks fab and is sitting in the shop window now adding a touch of colour to my display ❤️