Projects are Endless, Using Chalk-based Paint

My chalk-based paint of choice is Missouri Limestone Company because, as you know by now if you’ve been reading my blog, I love it so much I’m now selling it locally!  So, when I see an idea using chalk-based paint, I just substitute with my MLP!

As I’ve said before, the projects are endless when using chalk-based paint! I was just checking facebook before leaving to get my plant at Lowe’s for my newly painted plant stand and saw this idea. Well, yes! Missouri Limestone chalk-based paint would be perfect on concrete pavers.http://www.countryliving.com/…/g10…/decorative-paint-ideas/…

My project for last night was to paint my wrought iron plant stand. There was no rust flaking off, so I cleaned this old thing up then gave it one coat of Missouri Limestone Paint’s “Homemade Ice Cream”. It now matches my newly painted front door. I know exactly what plant I’m going to buy for it in the morning at Lowe’s. 😍 I have plans now for my wrought iron set.

Update:  Here’s a photo of my new look for the front of my house.  The wrought iron furniture is painted and the set turned out great!

doorandfurniture

For even more projects using chalk-based paint, be sure to follow my board Chalk Paint Projects for inspiration as I’m always adding new project ideas there. https://www.pinterest.com/sharsum/chalk-paint-project-ideas/

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