Annie Sloan Chalk Paint Project Review

One of the reasons I’m at the Haven Conference right now is to learn more painting techniques. I love painting furniture, but thought I could use a class or two in Annie Sloan Chalk Paint. I’m kinda obsessed with the stuff, but why not take some lessons from one of the best… Miss Mustard Seed.

So today I thought I’d share a round up of my favorite Annie Sloan Chalk Paint projects from the past!

Barcelona Orange Corner Table

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Old White Sewing Desk Makeover

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Duck Egg Blue Accent Table

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Paris Grey & Country Grey Driftwood Style Magazine Table

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Yellow Mirror for Master Bedroom

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Old White Nursery Rhyme Tray

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Country Grey and Louis Blue Stenciled Bar Stools

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Well, I think that’s enough for now! There’s a couple of more throughout my blog, but I won’t bore you to death! I’m pretty stoked to get back from Haven and share some of my new ASCP tips and tricks with you! Stay tuned…

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  1. Addison says

    Hope to hear about some great painting techniques from you. I liked that Old White Sewing Desk Makeover most. It’s really artistic.

  2. says

    Erin–It was so great to meet you at Haven!

    You know my favorite part about ASCP? (that I didn’t know?) That you can use it outdoors! I think I need to paint a chandy!!

    Hope you get some rest, I know I’m exhausted!
    gail

    • says

      I didn’t know you could use the paint outdoors either! Opens up a whole new world for me :) I had such a pleasure meeting you at Haven this past week. Truly a pleasure!!

  3. pat says

    I have found a couple versions of a recipe for homemade chalk paint. One involves adding plaster of paris and water to regular paint, another adds unsanded grout. Much cheaper to make your own and just as good! Not sure if it is okay to ;ut a link to another website, but great chalk paint recipe at “Inmyownstyle.com” Hope this helps.

  4. Joe Phillips says

    I agree with Pat! Make your own chalk paint….it’s far less expensive and works like a charm. Just saying, since the crux of DIYing is saving money. Joe

  5. Iona richard says

    The orange table is one of my all time favorites!! Awesome piece. I’d like
    To know
    What colo top is.
    Love the combination

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