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Caromal Colours Makeover In Chocolate And Mustard…

Dawn shows what you can do with Caromal Colours Distressing Paints–   this really cool frame –

A distressed wooden trunk-

Textured Basecoat Chocolate over Textured Basecoat Mustard. Chipping Creme in the middle, and Toner on top.

Some stenciled wall art-

Textured Basecoat Chocolate over Textured Basecoat Mustard. Chipping Creme in the middle, and Toner on top.

and distressing an old chandelier-

Textured Basecoat Chocolate over Textured Basecoat Mustard. Chipping Creme in the middle, and Toner on top.

Nice work Dawn!

Great color combination, I just sent off samples to Laura in Virgina today and one them was the Mustard over Chocolate like this-

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Applying Caromal Colour Basecoats, Wet On Wet…

I had noticed, in my workshops, people brushing different colors of the Caromal Colours Textured Basecoats, on the same thing, at the same time, and the colors didn’t muddy up –

I liked the look and made a mental note to try it some time.

Along came some used up, beat up, stacking tables…. I swear, I think they are made out of some kind of foam material-

I took them outside and started  to paint  them, with several colors of the Caromal Colours Textured Basecoats –

All the colors were brushed on wet on wet.  I used

  • Paprika (red)

  • Peppercorn (black)

  • Parchment (creme)

  • Cobblestone (sage green)

I took a few tile stencils that I had and used them to add some pizazz-

Once the color dried I brushed on the Toner and wiped off.  When that dried I protected them using the MinWax Wipe-on Polyurethane

A fun little update that only took a couple hours.  Sometimes those are the best kind!

Blowing Up Stencils…Kid Decor

I posted last year about my daughter’s room

with stripes and stencils and Swarovski Crystals (can find it here) .  This was the big transition from youthful periwinkle fairies to punky colors and random patterns.     Sigh….. it’s never looked that neat and tidy, ever since…….

Today I was reminded of another room I did  after a client saw photos of Julia’ s room.     This was for a younger girl so the colors rang pastel –

The Benjamin Moore colors we ended up using-

2072-60 Beach Plum

2001-40 Pink Popsicle

2001-40 Pink Popsicle

2016-30 Carrot Stick

2021-30 Sunshine

2026-30 Cone Green

2071-40 Crocus Petal Purple

2110-20 Brown Tar

The before –

and a photo giving the client an idea of how the Beach Plum  basecoat would look –

They wanted more of a stripe presence,  so the plan was to mix it up all around the room.   Here we go-

taping stripes does NOT go quickly…..

Adding the color is fun, and actually alot of thought is given to laying out the colors-

After the stripes were colored I started applying the various stencils –

We were unsure what to do in the adjoining bathroom. I suggested blowing up a few of the stencils –

Aren’t these adorable?

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You’ll never guess my get up – I had to grab just about everything I had in order to get my projector at the right height-

Then, I popped the stencil into the machine and the big image was transferred to the opposite wall.  From that I lightly traced the pattern –

I had some company.  Don’t you love him?

The room, all put together –

Can’t forget the Swarovski Crystals!

Wasn’t that fun?   For more fun, check out this linky Paint Party over at Domestically Speaking

Caromal Colour Stenciling – How To Instructions

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