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Having fun with easy DIY projects!


This was so fun!  I used a wet wipe to spread the orange paint (not to be confused with our paste).  I wanted the wood graining to show through.  After this dried I simply chalked my transfer with our new Shimmer Shadow.  (It really glimmers without the glitter mess - win, win!)  I added a bow and I am done!  Fast and easy, that's my kind of project.  I love the gratification when I am all done❣️  Maybe I'll look for a little plastic spider πŸ•· to glue onto my bow πŸ˜‰  What do you all think⁉️
Here are the supplies I used:  πŸ•Έ 
Transfer - Halloween Phrases
https://www.chalkcouture.com/cheriecriswell/product/C203138
And Shimmer Shadow Chalk Paste
https://www.chalkcouture.com/cheriecriswell/product/P203131


My how to video...πŸ“Ή



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Updating, Refreshing & Chalking....Oh My!

I recently had my dining room updated & refreshed.  I did the chalking πŸ‘©‍🎨 Together we updated my old dining room into a modern farmhouse decor.  I am loving it 😍  I hired Veronica from Pish Posh to repaint my old china hutch.  We took off the top doors, and then I chalked them.❣️  Since I did not do a video on this whole process, I will show you a series of pictures.
This is what we started with:
It was sanded, painted and lightly distressed.
Afterwards I chalked the glass on the doors. 


This is the transfer I used: Heaven https://www.chalkcouture.com/cheriecriswell/product/C203151

I also used Pesto Chalk Paste (which you can find in my online shop, link below) which I chalked on the wrong side so that I could clean the glass without removing the paste.

I should show you 2 more pictures....My finished hutch and another view of my doors on the wall  πŸ˜‰





I am so happy with my new updated, refreshed and chalked farmhouse decor❣️  Trying to blend the old with the new.  How do you think I did?