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How to Get Different Finishes With Duck Egg Blue Chalk Paint

There are a few ways to vary the sheen and finish of duck egg blue Annie Sloan chalk paint. Its a very popular color and it looks great, but if you wonder what different finishes will look like, here are some samples to look at. I sanded each one until

StoneGable: TIPS FROM AN ANNIE SLOAN STOCKIST...I neeed to read this at least once a week!!!

tip for creating a soft black color using ASCP. Put Graphite ASCP over a coat of Aubusson Blue ASCP for a "very soft rich black". Put a coat of clear wax over that and end with a coat of dark wax. You will have a "deep, rich, but soft black".

From French Country Cottage: Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Coco, then layered another coat of paint on it again with Coco mixed with right off the hardware store shelf White.  Interior Country Grey.  Not waxed or stained.

From French Country Cottage: Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Coco, then layered another coat of paint on it again with Coco mixed with right off the hardware store shelf White. Not waxed or stained. Idea for yellow hutch as bookcase

Refinish an older chest of drawers; Annie Slaon Chalk Paint Paris Grey, Paris Grey & Old White Striae on drawers, Graphite under silverleaf. Finish with soft wax....So pretty!

DIY Painted Dresser: Bombe dresser redone with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint - Paris Grey on the body, Paris Grey & Old White on the drawers, Graphite underneath & silver leafing on the details - by Paint In My Hair

Armoire in French Linen~

Armoire in Annie Sloan French Linen - that color or a bit lighter chalk paint to paint wood couch - chalk paint for coffee table and computer armoire, TV stand