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Easter Bunny Show Your Jugs

Easter Bunny Mini-Jug Lamp

Our Easter Bunny Show Your Jugs Paint 'n Sip was a BIG hit this past weekend! Here are the steps so you can make your own:

Valentine Vanity

Valentine Vanity with Raised Stencils - VaVOOM!

It was fun playing with ReDesign with Prima's Calypso Lattice Stick and Style stencils along with our Statehouse White to create a raised stencil that really dressed up this sweetheart! Here's how we did it:


Verdigris Patina Using Chalk Paint

If you love patinas, this is a really fun way to achieve that old copper Statue of Liberty greenish tinge that gives painted furniture an Old World feel. Inspired by the Verdigris patina Christina of the Reclaimed Heirloom achieved in her video, I decided to incorporate some of the Vermont Chalky Paint colors into this project. I also used Redesign with Prima's stencils along with some spackle to give a raised effect to the doors.


DIY Wedding Refreshments Dessert Table

5 Simple Ways to Create the Ambiance of an Elegant Wedding (on a Beer Budget!)  

White Christmas   Painting  Glazing Statehouse White Vt Chalky Paint

White Christmas - Painting & Glazing Antique White

Deck the Halls with this stunner: How to transform a tired Eastlake Dresser and Mirror into a show-stopper

 Image Transfer Vt Chalky Paint Small

DIY Image Transfer

Using a Greystone ProPack and one of our FREE Image Transfers, create this adorable Farmhouse Market image for your next painted furniture piece!

Repurposed Door Idea Vt Chalky Paint

Repurposed Door Idea

Repurpose an old farmhouse door for an entryway, wedding decor or room divider. Using a Greystone ProPack from Vermont Chalky Paint, see how easy it is to Dress Up Your Doors!

Decoupage Wrapping Paper Vermont Chalky Paint Slider

That's a WRAP! How to Decoupage Wrapping Paper

Is it possible to decoupage wrapping paper to a stained drawer? YES! And it's a lot easier than you think:

French Provincial Decoupage Vt Chalky Paint

French Provincial Decoupaged Napkins

I've done this style before and it was snapped up - found this table and it was looking for the French Provincial treatment! A coat of Greystone, drizzled in Graphite then drawer fronts decoupaged with these rose 'n raspberry decorative napkins and voila! Here's how: