Before starting to paint, do your best to clean the fabric of the chairs. Remove any debris, dirt or dust to create a clean surface for paint.
A few quick tips from an indoor painting project pro: 1)pick up an apron you can use just for paint projects, 2)designate an old pair of pants for painting so you don’t ruin multiple pairs of pants, and 3) when painting indoors, paint barefoot. You might not notice if you get paint on your shoe or socks, and can then track paint ALL OVER THE PLACE. But you’ll definitely notice if you get paint on your bare foot and can wipe it off immediately.
Work out a quick layout for placement. I used the center point of the back of the chair for the first stamp, and then marked out spacing at six inches along the top of the chair and down the front-facing arms. The stamping took all of about 15 minutes and after that, the chair dried overnight before use.