How to Paint Fireplace Tiles with a Stencil

Did you know you can paint your fireplace with Dixie Belle Paint?

Do Dodson Designs can show you amazing results on her own fireplace!

She cleaned with White Lightning and then used Slick Stick to help the paint grip to the slippery tiles. Dixie Belle Paint colors, Caviar and Fluff were used before the fireplace was sealed with Gator Hide.

“We moved into our new builders grade home about 12 years ago. One of the design element I never could get past in my home is why anyone would put floors tiles around a fireplace. My solution for those ugly floor tiles? A gorgeous stencil over painted tiles! It turned out so well!”

Get all the details of this transformation here!

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  1. Cheri Folmar says:

    Is your paint safe for baby clothes? Or blankets

    1. Dixie Belle Paint Company says:

      Hi Cheri, yes Dixie Belle Paint is safe for baby clothes and blankets. Happy painting!

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