Hello and Welcome To Plaster Paint Canada!
About Cindy and Laurie and Plaster Paint Canada.
We are Laurie Turmel and Cindy Moyes, owners of Plaster Paint Canada. We are 2 sisters with a dream! It has always been our passion to hunt down antique treasures, give them some much needed love and make them new again. The search for a perfect product that could cover existing finishes without having to use excessive elbow grease and days and days of coat after coat led us to Plaster Paint. Plaster Paint eliminates the need to sand, prime, or strip most surfaces. The Plaster effect also hides imperfections such as water stains and small cracks! You can create a “shabby” look or age your project to perfection with a damp sponge. Watch our tutorials as we share how to “wash”, or “glaze”, “antique with wax”, “wet distress”, or “dry distress”, and many other paint techniques to help transform your treasures from “DRAB to FAB”.
Interested in learning more about our services, or to become a retailer? Click the button below to Contact Plaster Paint Canada!
LOOK WHAT CAN BE DONE WITH PLASTER PAINT!
AS SEEN ON:
WHAT’S ON THE BLOG?
Plaster Paint Canada's Featured Retailer for September 2016 is owner of The Joshua Tree in Red Deer, Alberta, Cassidi Wagner. Here's Cassidi's story... Hello, my name is Cassidi Wagner and I am proud to share that I am and will always be a Plaster Paintaholic! I've been crafting and painting since I could hold a crayon. Always creating something new, knowing one day this was what I was going to do when I grew up. It wasn't until February 2015 that I finally got to fulfill my dream. I bought a little shop called The Dented Can in Red Deer, Alberta and dedicated it to my brother Joshua who passed away January 2014. I now proudly own The Joshua Tree. Once I [more]
Adding stencils for back to school style! Well it's almost that time of year again... Yes! It's time for Back To School! Now that the kids are almost ready to head back to school, maybe it's time to give their rooms a bit of a refresher. It's easier than you might think to create some back to school style in your children's rooms, especially when you combine Plaster Paint and Cutting Edge Stencils! Plaster Paint Canada is extremely proud to have partnered with a unique and trendy DIY decor company Cutting Edge Stencils! "Stencils are a perfect option for decorating a Baby's Nursery, Child's or Teen's room! Turn your child's room into a fun colorful [more]
Plaster Paint Canada's Featured Retailer for August 2016 is co-owner of the Barn Door Studio and Secret Chaos in Milton, Ontario, Martina Cooke. Here's Martina's story... “I have always’ had a brush in my hand’, coming from a Cosmetic Management background, I quickly learned how to understand the power of colours, textures and different looks you could create with the sweep of a makeup brush!’ In 2012 my family made the difficult decision to move from our home of Belfast, Northern Ireland to Milton, Ontario through my husband’s work. Moving here with such a young family meant I was limited to hours I could work…I have never been one to sit [more]
We are SUPER EXCITED to introduce to you DIY Paint-A-Pillow Parties! DIY Paint-A-Pillow Parties are a new concept for making your own designer accent pillows! Now you can pick out a stencil pattern from an incredible selection of stencil designs, select your colors and accessories and create an accent pillow masterpiece that you can be proud of. Custom accent pillows are a great way to perfectly complement your decor' and express your creativity. Paint-A-Pillow is an easy, fast and most importantly, FUN way to create DIY accent pillows that will add that personal touch to your home. Get a group together and host your own Paint-a-Pillow Parties! [more]
So, Why Choose Plaster Paint? You've heard it over and over again, choose Plaster Paint for no priming, no sanding, no prep, etc. We here at Plaster Paint Canada, have painted furniture for over 30 years and we have found that it doesn't matter what you are painting or with what products, truthfully, you may need some prep depending on the project. Can you imagine painting over filthy, greasy, grimy kitchen cabinets? Can you see yourself pulling an old dresser from Grannies’s attic and just hitting it with the paintbrush? No! Neither can we. Most projects should be wiped down, even with a damp rag or dust cloth. You never want dust or dirt in [more]