I have a light oak baby crib that I need to paint black, also I want to distress the piece. I also would like to do the same for some other random pieces of furniture (dresser, chair, etc.) can they all be done the same way? Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated! Thank you so much for your time! My baby is due the end of the year so I need to do this as quickly and cost efficiently as possible
(my husband will be doing to actual work, I just need a step-by-step or a good website to use)
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