Monday, October 17, 2011

Annie Sloan Chalk Paint Linky Party!

We have been getting all the finishing touches put together for our store that is now open! So many of you have been asking to see what we have been up to and we promise we will be sharing photos later this week.

Thanks everyone for linking up and sharing the word about our weekly Chalk Paint linky party! We love to see what everyone is creating and doing with Chalk Paint. Even though we work with it everyday, we are still amazed at everything that can be done with paint and wax.

What caught our eye this week was seeing some of the new colors....
French Linen (above)
And CoCo. They are just gorgeous, simple and elegant!

Talk about getting your money's worth, Janet of The Empty Nest created this gorgeous makeover on this china cabinet for only $7.80 in Chalk Paint! Yes, you read correctly, her china cabinet went from dark and dated to beautiful and chic with just a little imagination and $7.80! The Aubusson Blue really sets off the CoCo nicely, don't you think? I also like the small accents of Pure White in just the right places, excellent work, Janet!
Next, check out this little beauty....Love, love, love the color combo (and her name too!) Amber from Queen of Chairs gave this vanity a whole new look using Provence, Old White, and French Linen. Great way to accentuate the character of this vanity!
Do you have something you painted with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint?
Please share in our Link Party, here are the details:

1. Our blog is exclusive to Annie Sloan Chalk Paint. Please only share pieces using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint. It can be anything you want, as long as you used Chalk Paint!

2. Please post a permalink to your post only, not your entire blog.

3. Please help spread the word about our Chalk Paint Linky Party

4. Party closes on Wednesday, October 19 at 11:59pm MST. We will pick more people to feature for next week.


  1. I'm so glad you featured the china cabinet from last week! It was my absolute favorite!

  2. I just think this stuff is awesome for the fact that you don't have to sand and sand and sand. It is always the prep work that makes me sick of the project before it even really starts.

    I'm off to check Craigslist for something fun that I can try this pain on....