What have you painted today? Featuring Blue Jeans!

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Blue Jeans

What have you painted today?

Our American Paint Company retailers will feature one color a week to inspire your creativity and we encourage you to get out there and paint something!

Have fun with paint!

Don’t be afraid to use paint to uplift and engage, create a mood in your home or work environment and why stop there, we love to work outdoors and feel empowered and excited to see pops of color in the garden and outdoor spaces!

Christina Grant - Blue Jeans
Turn the Tables – Blue Jeans

Blue Jeans is the star of this buffet painted by Christina Grant owner of Turn the Tables in South Carolina!

Courtney Mickalonis - All Things New Again Blue Jeans

Retailer Courtney Mickalonis, of All Things New Again in Leesburg, Virginia, painted this piece using Blue Jeans and custom tinted Blue Jeans wax.  Here’s a close up showing the detail of her piece isn’t this wonderful!

Courtney Mickalonis All Things New Again Blue Jeans

Maria Dade of Youngest of Nine Designs in Berlin, Ohio used Blue Jeans and clear wax to finish her dresser and we love it’s graceful curves!

Maria Dade - Youngest of Nine, BLUE JEANS
Youngest of Nine – Blue Jeans

Detail of Maria’s work
Maria Dade Youngest of Nine Desgin - Blue Jeans

Lorna Soble of The Painted Dragonfly in Nolansville, Tennessee, painted her dresser using Blue jeans as her  base and Navajo white mixed in APC glaze to create a strie effect.

Lorna Soble - blue jeans 1
The Painted Dragonfly – Blue Jeans and Navajo White Strie pattern
Lorna Soble - Blue Jeans
Blue Jeans base and APC finishes

Lorna Soble’s store The Painted Dragonfly offers an advanced class showing how to use our wide selection of finishes to change the color of Blue Jeans!  Lorna said “it was the base for a color effects class we did.  We used different glazes and waxes, techniques to show how to change up the color.”

Ginger Myers Blue Jeans Serious Art Studio
Serious Art Studio – Blue Jeans easel

 

Our retailer Serious Art Studios in Temple Terrace, Florida painted an easel using Blue Jeans to post bulletins for their store!  Owner Ginger Myers “this was the first ever paint color I used by APC… I LOVE the periwinkle blue!  Here’s a display easel / drawing table I painted with Blue Jeans and detailed with Home Plate.” We love Blue Jeans too!

Here’s another piece by Serious Art Studios and they’ve used Blue Jeans and they sanded and distressed the details and finished with clear wax.  Nice job!

Ginger Myers Blue Jeans Serious Fun Art Studio

Photos courtesy of American Paint Company authorized retailers.

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