Facebook Friday #5

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One of the best features of our natural chalk and clay paint is being able to work indoors safely!  Brrrr, it’s cold everywhere!  Stay warm and check out what the paintriots did this week!

Restyled Vintage Designs in Indiana painted this dresser using Freedom Road and Plymouth Rock.

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4 Quarters Timeless Vintage in Missouri painted and stenciled this table using Fireworks Red and Wild Horses under Rushmore.

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Simple Matters in Texas painted this beautiful hutch using Peacock (Ellis Collection) and finished with Top Coat and Black Glaze.

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Feather & Nest in Tennessee painted this table to give it a soapstone appearance with Sackcloth (Ellis Collection) over Smoke Signal with a Crushed Tea (Ellis Collection) wash. Cameo (Ellis Collection) wet wax distressed with a mix of Silver and Pewter mica powder.

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Diamond in the Rust in California painted this darling desk using Home Plate and Navajo White.

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A Piece of the Pie Frames in Tennessee painted this table using Rushmore, Home Plate and Dollar Bill.

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Mainely Vintage in Maine painted this curvy vanity in First Lady and used Momma’s Lipstick on the hardware.

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Brick Street Cottage in Ohio painted this hall tree with Beach Glass and Surfboard, blending it with a spray bottle with water.

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Rustic Touch in Illinois painted this dresser with Lincoln’s Hat over Leather Boots (Ellis Collection) and then converted it into a bathroom vanity!

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Ivy Lane in Massachusetts painted this console table with Rushmore over Beach Glass and Cannonball (Ellis Collection).

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Here’s a close-up!

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Remember to click the hyperlinks and ‘like’ the pages when you see something that inspires you!

What will you be inspired to paint this week?

 

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