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Faux for Dough: The Art of Making a Living Doing Faux Finishes

by Teresa Van De Veere Pratt

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0873494938, Paperback)

Running a business from home has never been more popular. Skilled decorative painters considering going into business now have an instruction guide to ease the transition. Teresa Van De Veere Pratt, an expert in the field of faux finishing, shares her extensive knowledge of the business in this detailed book. From faux finishing techniques to necessary tools and from sample contracts to how to attract customers, this reference walks readers through the essential steps needed to start and keep running their own faux finishing business.

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