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Facebook Contest: Chalk Paint® in Unexpected Places

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Chalk Paint® by Annie Sloan is more than just a furniture paint; it can also be used on floors, walls, and even home accessories! Tell us about the most unique thing you have ever painted with Chalk Paint® in our Facebook contest from July 21-23 to enter for your chance to win one quart of Chalk Paint® by Annie Sloan in your color of choice.

Annie Sloan Chandelier CICO Books

This chandelier, from Annie’s latest book ‘Annie Sloan Paints Everything,’ was painted with Chalk Paint® in Florence and finished with Clear Chalk Paint® Wax. Image credit: CICO Books.

Read on for the official rules and entry instructions…

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Easy Chalk Paint® and Chalk Paint® Wax Tips

Posted Under - How to // Inspiration // Projects
Using Chalk Paint® decorative paint by Annie Sloan is easy to do and produces beautiful results. We have a few basic tips to share with you on using Chalk Paint® and Chalk Paint® Wax.

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Celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday with Chalk Paint™ by Annie Sloan!

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In honor of Canada Day, which is just around the corner on Saturday, July 1, we’re featuring a great project (several, actually!) by Ottawa stockist Katrina Barclay of Malenka Originals. Katrina and her team collaborated with several local furniture painters in her area to use Chalk Paint™ by Annie Sloan to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday!

Says Katrina, “I lived outside Canada for eight years before becoming an Annie Sloan Stockist. Although I loved living abroad and having new experiences in other countries, I’m so happy to be back home. There’s the obvious things I love about this country – the nature, the open space, the peace and safety we enjoy. But there are a lot of other reasons I’m proud to be a Canadian: universal healthcare, one-year maternity leave for new mothers, and that we’re a welcoming place for others – we took in over 45,000 refugees in 2016 alone. Oh, and there’s also poutine and maple syrup. I love those too!”

Read on to see some of the great pieces from Katrina’s Pieces of Canada project

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