En esta entrada os voy a enseñar a hacer un decapé a la cera, pero dado que el tema de personalizar muebles de madera es muy amplio, os recomiendo que visitéis este enlace donde explico el proceso para conseguir los acabados más habituales. Estoy segura de que os será de mucha utilidad.
With so many jewelry and miniature scenes, I have abandoned my house a bit, so I bought a untreated wood cabinet and customized it.
In this post I'll teach you how to make a wax decapé, but since the issue of wooden furniture customization is very wide, I recommend you visit this link where I explain the process to get the most common finishes. I'm sure you will find it very useful.
Para empezar he lijado en el sentido de la veta con una lija de manicura extra fina.
First I sanded the surface in the direction of the grain with extra fine sandpaper for manicure.
I have stained the wood in oak color and have applied Alkyl and gently sanded again.
I put small spots of beeswax in some areas, and I painted the furniture with white acrylic.
When the paint was almost dry, I cleaned the furniture with a cloth, so the area with wax was clean.
I did not like the transparent sides, so I put twolittle boards and painted in the same way.
Inside the closet, I left the dye oak colour. I also added shelves with polo sticks crafts.
I replaced the glass door with a plastic grid that I painted white.
I've placed it in the baroque scene to see better the effect.
The lovely heart shaped cushion and the doorknob adornment are made by Charo Valley whose ETSY link is Artisluna Miniatures.
On the table there is a precious treasure by Phil Grenyer