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chalk paint

Does anyone know who made the chart that gives you Ann Sloan paint color then gives you the name of the paint from BM, Behr, SW etc. I lost my chart and need to purchase some paint to match her colors. Please help me find this chart. Thanks so much for your help.

  • Lane Harkey
    Lane Harkey Burns, TN
    on Oct 29, 2013

    I no longer have the blog, but I can give you a color equivalent

  • Debra
    Debra Seymour, CT
    on Oct 29, 2013

    Thank you can you send it to my email? daubin56@yahoo.com

  • Debra
    Debra Seymour, CT
    on Nov 2, 2013

    Thank you to everyone that helped me find the chalk paint chart. Best wishes and happy painting to all

  • Josephine
    Josephine Ireland
    on Feb 9, 2015

    Did know about this until now...im always on a budget so ill definately be using it...the only thing is we dont have those paint brands in Ireland so any tips would be great. Well done to everyone that posts stuff on hometalk, its my go to place now for advice.

  • Kathleen Walsh
    Kathleen Walsh Lake Havasu City, AZ
    on Feb 10, 2015

    I want to paint these dressers black should I use Chalk paint? you can answer me @ gdzgirl2007@ yahoo.com TY it is my first attempt to do any of this .(oh I want to use them as night stands )I don't think it should be glossy do you ?

    This is a very old dresser,it was my grandmothers I'm 68 so it's old I want to use it as a night stand I have an Iron bed white with Brass I want to use Blk and White with some gold ....

    This is a very old dresser,it was my grandmothers I'm 68 so it's old I want to use it as a night stand I have an Iron bed white with Brass I want to use Blk and White with some gold ....

    I got this one for $5 .00 at a thrift store for the same purpose both have 3 drawers ty very much gdzgirl2007@yahoo.com

    I got this one for $5 .00 at a thrift store for the same purpose both have 3 drawers ty very much gdzgirl2007@yahoo.com

    • Debra
      Debra Seymour, CT
      on Feb 10, 2015

      @Kathleen Walsh , Are you familiar with General Finishes? They carry a line of Milk Paint that is all ready mixed. It is really a cross between a latex and milk paint. It is a really good product and has the same advantages that chalk paint has as far as no real prep work other then to make sure your furniture is clean and perhaps a very light sanding just to smooth any rough edges. I have used this on many furniture pieces and they have a large variety of colors. They also have a top coat in a satin finish that is really nice as well. They both are very easy to apply and give a really nice finish. Go to their web site and check it out, I think this would be a good option for you.

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