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"Best Class I've Ever Taken!"
I took Chelsea’s Stone Finish class and it was the best instructional class I have ever taken! New painter or seasoned painter, you will be so happy to take this class! Chelsea is very thorough with hands on learning and questions are always answered and more! Our pieces all finished absolutely gorgeous and that is because the help and instruction was so clear and easy to follow from Chelsea! I learned so much and will be forever grateful to Chelsea! I gained many beautiful friends as well. What a bonus!! I have taken a few other painting classes and honestly Chelsea’s was top notch! I have confidence I never had to try new things! You will love it!-Kim Varty
"I was amazed at how
great my piece looked!"
Chelsea is an awesome teacher. She goes slow enough that it’s easy to follow along and explains every detail. I was so amazed when my piece was done at how great it looked!!! I plan on doing this technique on many many more. I’ve had so many people tell me they thought it was stone!. I’ll definitely take any classes she offers!!! – Kim Frescura
"She truly cares and wants everyone to succeed."
Recently I was lucky enough to take a Stone Finish Class from Chelsea Evans of Apple Blossom Way. I am fairly new to painting furniture and although I have taken a couple of classes in the past, Chelsea’s Stone Finish Class blew me away! Our class was done via Facebook Live. Chelsea started to classes promptly and was always prepared. Her instructions were very thorough and clear. As we had questions she answered them quickly and could not have been more positive, encouraging, supportive, and oh so kind. It is very evident that she truly cares and wants everyone to succeed. When everyone in the class was done with their pieces, we shared them in our private Facebook group and everyone’s work was outstanding! I really felt a sense of community with Chelsea and my fellow students. I learned so much from Chelsea and can’t wait for the next class – Lynda Decker