Monthly Archives: June 2014

Piero Fornasetti and Annie Sloan

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What do Piero Fornasetti and Annie Sloan have in common, you ask? Actually many things.  Besides being talented artists in several mediums, they turned their art into a successful business based on their unique visions, ideas, and products.  Both focused their talents in the interior design, decorative painting and furniture industries.  They both also serve… Read more »

Any Way You Want It

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On Friday, I posted about a chest of drawers I had painted Napoleonic Blue. I felt it needed something more and finished painting it over the weekend. Tomorrow, I will show you what I did. Today, I gathered some other ideas to inspire your painting, when you are in a blue mood.

It’s a Military Blue

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Originally, the plan was to paint this chest of drawers in various shades of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint®, Napoleonic Blue. Although I like the blue, it is looking a little bland to me. It needs something more, I’m not sure what exactly. Possibly additional color, or maybe some art or a stencil…. Stay tuned…On Monday… Read more »

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