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Annie Sloan Work Book…For Your Colour & Paint Ideas and Inspiration is on it’s way

Sue and I are so excited about our new Work Books which should be in the studio later in the week.  The Work Book is predominately a blank book that works as a guide to help you create and experiment with colors and ideas.  It invites you to sketch, collect magazine clippings and fabric samples and whatever inspires you.

Just received this email from a very excited client:

“Hey Kim,
I had so much “fun” with Florence this weekend that I wanted to tell you about it.  I mixed her up with Duck Egg blue — OBM Kim, you have to do it.  It makes this fabuloso shade of a super rich turquoise.
I painted a sweet vintage dresser with it and I can’t stand how pretty the color is.  It’s bright,  but toned down from the Florence out of the can.  I think Florence will be my go to color to mix with other colors.
I also mixed together another yummy conconction of what I call “pistachio”. I mixed together chateau grey, antibe, and then lightened it up with some old white.  Oooh, sooo pretty.
I can’t wait to have more time to make more concoctions.  I really want to do the chartreuse with the arle and antibe.
I love this paint so much I can’t stand it  . . . .”
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