Annie Sloan 102: Intermediate Techniques

  • July 21, 2018
    11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Event Phone: (609) 460-4494

ATTN: Annie Sloan 101 Graduates!

After taking our 101 class, you’re now ready to take your painting to the next level. This is the next step in your Chalk Paint journey. Adding layers to your pieces means adding depth and interest. We will cover:

  • Frottage
  • Decoupage
  • Gilding Wax
  • Craqueleur
  • Stencil

Use all of these techniques on a beautiful picture that you will take home.

Just bring yourself! As with our other classes, it is hands on. We provide the materials and you’ll go home inspired and ready to take on your piece.

  • We take pride in getting the space ready for the class. Therefore, doors will not open until 5 minutes before the class time.
  • If you do not receive an email confirmation, we did not receive your reservation and will not know to expect you. Please retry your reservation or call us to confirm.
  • The traditional BYO is welcome!

Advance registration required.

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Venue Phone: (609) 460-4494

Venue Website:

19 N. Franklin St., Lambertville, New Jersey, 08530, United States


For 2 years, Funk & Junk has been a fixture in Lambertville, NJ, just off Rt 179 (in the teal building around the corner from Sunoco). We are located in what was the private residence and saloon of one of NJ’s first female mayors, Lambertville’s Mary Sheridan. The historic detailing of 19 North Franklin is evident in the large display windows and saloon type French doors. We couldn’t have picked a better place to call ‘home’.

We can’t wait to host you for our class! If you have any questions at all, feel free to ask.

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