Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Annie Sloan Chalk Paint Linky Party!

One of the blessings of being an Annie Sloan Retailer is the people we get to associate with on a daily basis. We want to thank all of you that came to our workshop last Saturday. We had a lot of fun even though it was snowing, Again. Only another three months of winter for us here in Colorado. We are so ready for Spring!!!!
We have a great opportunity this week to share some pieces that are very clean and beautifully done. One of the many great advantages of Chalk Paint is the versatility of the product. Most of you have seen a lot of pieces distressed, but check these pieces out.

Danielle from Silver Pennies painted this dresser and a chest in Old White and Duck Egg blue. She thought about distressing them, but I am glad she didn't.
Beautiful!

Heidi from Lily Field Furniture painted this fantastic piece in Aubusson Blue. I must say that this kind of shocked us, and in a good way. We don't normally see Annie's paint on this style of furniture. All we can say is WOW. Love It.

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 weekly Chalk Paint Linky Party - Grab our button on the sidebar

4. Party closes on Thursday, February 16 at 11:59pm MST. We will pick more people to feature for next week.


6 comments:

  1. Amber and Brad, thanks so much for featuring the dresser! Glad you liked it not distressed :)

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  2. Thanks for hosting! Happy Valentine's Day :)

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  3. Wow - I feel like I hit the jackpot. After months of reading about ASCP, I had been dying to try it and was resigned to the fact that I would have to bite the bullet and order it from far, far away. But? I decided to see, perchance, if there were any stockists in Colorado (I was convinced the nearest one would be in Denver, if I was LUCKY) and lo and behold I found Shades of Amber RIGHT ACROSS THE HIGHWAY from me!!! So I scampered right over and had the pleasure of meeting Amber and Brad. Their shop is just lovely (you should SEE some of the pieces) and they were both so friendly and helpful. Needless to say, I walked out with a bagful of goodies :) And with these link parties I nows have all of this inspiration to work with! Everyone does such amazing work with their pieces - I cannot wait to try it!

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    1. Thanks for all the wonderful comments, so happy we could help. Have fun painting.

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  4. I love ASCP! (I hope I'm doing this correctly!)

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  5. Thanks so much for the feature- I love that I shocked you! It's such a fun color!

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