Monday, March 26, 2012

CHALK PAINT PROJECTS

Hey Ya'll,

I've been kinda busy lately painting and just thought I'd show you a few of my finished projects. Here ya go............


The two tables and the sewing rocker are my first chalk paint projects.


It was definitely different, but I think I like it.


Look at the legs on this precious sewing rocker.


I want to do an entire room in these colors.......a sunroom maybe??
Okay, back to my paint brush now.  I'll give some directions in the NEXT POST..
And, I'll have to do a painting tutorial on the turquoise chest in the background.  That one sold just a few days after going into the shop.

Now I'm headed over to Shabby Creek Cottage's TRANSFORMATION THURSDAY to link up.  See you over at Gina's.

Ya'll come back soon.  8-)


19 comments:

  1. Love your color choices. You have been busy! Thanks for sharing, liz

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  2. Turquoise is such a hot color right now. Your pieces are lovely!

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    1. Thank you. COME BACK TO VISIT AGAIN.

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  3. Oh, I LOVE these!!
    They are so cute, love the colours too :D
    I've never used chalk paint,are these Annie Sloan?
    ASCP is expensive and I don't have guts to buy them...yet.
    I'm thinking to make my own.....

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    1. THANKS so much. And, no, it's homemade chalk paint. I'll have to put the recipe in my next post. Come back and visit then.

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  4. Hi Candy, just love that wonderful blue, I agree, it would look great on a sunporch!! thanks so much for coming by!xo

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  5. I love chalk paint! The blue you used is lovely. Nice and bright. Did you mix this yourself or is it Annie Sloan Chalk Paint?

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    1. Elyse, I did mix it......using the Plaster of Paris recipe. I'd love to try AS, but it's not in my area, and i hear it's very expensive. THANKS for coming by. COME BACK.

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  6. What a beautiful color and just perect for a sunroom.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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    1. Thanks, Linda. And, thanks for stopping by.

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  7. I love it. I want to feature you recipe idea on my blog. Colors are unique and bold yet have the softness and finish of chalk paint. GREAT IDEAS!

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    1. WOW!!! thanks for the tips I can't wait to try this on my bathroom vanity and cabinets ;-)

      I'll let you know how it goes.

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