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ShuEasterday

Member Since: 07/2018

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  1. Comment: 10 months ago
    Round Side Table
    Love it!
    By ShuEasterday
  2. Comment Reply: 10 months ago
    Fancy X Farmhouse Bench : ShuEasterday
    Thanks! The most challenge part of this build is definitely leveling all three legs, no matter how careful and precise I think I was when cutting the lumbers and constructed them, they still came out a tiny bit off. And the "tiny bit off" became noticeable once assembled with stretchers. Used belt sander to take out some feet heights to level, total of six feet to this bench, that's a lot of contact points to consider.
  3. Comment Reply: 10 months ago
    Fancy X Farmhouse Bench : ShuEasterday
    Thanks!
  4. Comment Reply: 10 months ago
    Fancy X Farmhouse Bench : ShuEasterday
    Thanks! I am in love with distressing and crackling look :)
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    • This is gorgeous. Love the finish. 
      By kyleepete, on August 25, 2018
      • Thanks! I am in love with distressing and crackling look :)
        By ShuEasterday, on August 26, 2018


    • This is a beautiful bench! What was most challenging about this build?
      By RYOBI NATION, on August 27, 2018
      • Thanks! The most challenge part of this build is definitely leveling all three legs, no matter how careful and precise I think I was when cutting the lumbers and constructed them, they still came out a tiny bit off. And the "tiny bit off" became noticeable once assembled with stretchers. Used belt sander to take out some feet heights to level, total of six feet to this bench, that's a lot of contact points to consider.
        By ShuEasterday, on August 28, 2018
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  6. Comment Reply: 10 months ago
    Farmhouse Dining Chair : ShuEasterday
    Thanks! Here are the steps I took:
    1. stain them in Dark Walnut stain, then apply 1 or 2 coats of Clear Shellac to prevent bleeding
    2. apply crackle medium or white school glue, let dry

    3. spray chalk paint on(<-- you really have to use chalk paint, not look like chalk paint, or it will not crackle)
    4. use detail sander for some area, and wet towel for wet sanding as well
    5. do apply either poly or wax to protect your chalk paint
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    • These are awesome! How did you achieve the distressing?
      By RYOBI NATION, on August 21, 2018
      • Thanks! Here are the steps I took:
        1. stain them in Dark Walnut stain, then apply 1 or 2 coats of Clear Shellac to prevent bleeding
        2. apply crackle medium or white school glue, let dry

        3. spray chalk paint on(<-- you really have to use chalk paint, not look like chalk paint, or it will not crackle)
        4. use detail sander for some area, and wet towel for wet sanding as well
        5. do apply either poly or wax to protect your chalk paint
        By ShuEasterday, on August 22, 2018
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  8. Comment Reply: 11 months ago
    Coffee Table : ShuEasterday
    Thanks!
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    • Nice job! We really like the design and the hardware you added!
      By RYOBI NATION, on July 24, 2018
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