March 25, 2020

Simple 1 Hour DIY & The Brancacci Chapel

This chapel is often referred to as the Sistine Chapel of the Early Renaissance. The fresco interior was done by the artist Brancacci in 1425! The artwork tells the story of Saint Peter- including his time with Christ and his miracles. Michelangelo came here as an art apprentice to learn from these same frescos. You can see the female Satan / snake  in this work is similar to Michelangelo’s own on the real Sistine chapel. Incredible to see where a master drew his inspiration!

Pine is the least expensive and most abundant wood species for most Americans and when you purchase unfinished wood pieces it's often made of pine. So I created the PERFECT stain for it! This little plant stand was made from pine scrap and it's getting a new look!


  • Unstained furniture piece (can be new wood or stripped, this is made from PINE scraps.)
  • Sand paper and palm sander
  • Wood Stain: Pining from Weatherwood


1.] SAND
Begin with either new wood or strip previously finished tabletop. Start with a rough grit with a 120 grit.

Brush on 2-1 coats of Weatherwood Pining stain to weather pine to a pretty grey brown color. Brush on and allow product to air dry natural.

Seal the table with 2-3 coats of Weatherwash Varnish, we used Satin.

You can save 10% on Weatherwood products, like you saw here, with code WELCOME10. I hope to see you at tomorrow's party!

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