Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Giveaway!

Today Truly Tattered and Round the Coop
are announcing 
Annie Sloan Paint Giveaway!
You will receive.....
One can of 
Annie Sloan Paint & One metal treasure box.
I love this paint (as you know) so we are also showing how 
versatile it is by adding a silver toned
Box painted in the country grey with dark wax. 

You will also get to pick your choice of color 
for one can of paint! 
This giveaway will be up for one week and all you have to do is 
Leave a comment on this blog 
and on Debbie Coopers blog Round the Coop.
Let us know which color of paint you
Adore, and what you would paint with your new color!
That's It!

This is the sad little silver box before the Annie Sloan
Transformation!
Here is a before of a metal lamp base.......

And the after painted in gorgeous Duck Egg......


So while you are all going crazy painting your furniture
don't forget to paint some metal too...
it is very satisfying to transform sad little pieces into 
beautiful, useful, things for your 
Home. 
Very "Green" too.

If you live in the Orange County Area and would like to
see more of this paint we have it in stock at:


Truly Tattered
482 El Camino Real
Tustin, Ca. 92780
714-603-2880
Call first to make sure we have all colors available!

Good luck to you all and we will announce the winner 
Next week!
Kim

68 comments:

  1. I would love to paint my kitchen island using Arles. That is such a gorgeous color!!

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  2. I have been keeping an eye on all of the wonderful pieces painted with Annie Sloan's paint and would love to give it a try. My choice is Duck Eggg Blue.

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  3. I would pick the color Provence and paint my living room wall for accent :)

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  4. I would select Emperor's Silk as my color choice. I would use this fab color to paint my butcher block table and a shelf in my craft room. Love, love, love red!

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  5. I love Duck Egg Blue and Old White. I have been really wanting to try this paint!! I have a dining room table that needs serious help!!!

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  7. I would love to use Paris Grey to paint my metal dvd holder in my home and some pots I have outside.

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  8. Lovin this giveaway! I would pick the Aubusson or Louis Blue. This is really awesome paint and Im using in on some projects for an upcoming show.

    Thanks for hosting! New follower here, I invite you over to my blog (im in the middle of a blogiversary giveaway week) come join us.

    MJ
    Lucky 7 Design

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  9. How lovely! This looks like such a great, versatile paint. I love how it doesn't require priming before use!

    Greek Blue is my definite Favorite!

    Corrie

    cowgirl_creations (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  10. I am going to paint an outdoor bench and can't decide between cream, versailles or old white. Kim, please take a look at my bench at www.lydiasaysblog.blogspot.com and tell me what you think.

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  11. I would have a hard time choosing between Provance and Duck Egg Blue...such beautiful colors. The cream calls my name as well. :)

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  12. I'd love to try the Paris Grey paint. It would be great for my master bedroom transformation. Thanks for doing this!

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  13. I love the Scandinavian Pink! And I would paint my grandma's old rocking chair!

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  14. I love the old white i would paint a dresser.

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  15. The Arles is my favorite- perfect for my kitchen! (By the way, on the other site, my name is listed as Alisa Garate)

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  16. Oh my gosh, what fun!! I would choose Paris Gray, or Provence. I have been wanting to try this paint so....What would I paint?-- what wouldn't I paint--if it is standing still I'll paint it : )
    Is Truly Tattered going to be open this Jamestown Flea Market Weekend? If so I will be stopping by.
    I love your shop and I'll check out the Chalk Paint. Have a great week,
    Jeanette

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  17. I have two very ugly lamps that I was going to throw out but if they can be transformed as beautifully as yours with a little paint, I'm going to give it a go! I think Country Grey might be the perfect choice!

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  18. I am a follower of your blog and have left a message over Round the Coop (which I am also a follower of). Blessings,
    Jeanette

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  19. Love the gray! Great giveaway!
    Teresa
    xoxo

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  20. Would LOVE to win this giveaway! I've heard amazing things about this paint and feel like this paint could help me be a successful furniture make over artist! Fingers crossed!

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  21. I would love a can of Country Gray.

    Thanks, Ginger

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  22. grey... I would paint my new dining room chairs... I have been dying to try this! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  23. It would absolutely be Paris Grey, My style of vintage pieces I Re-create and Re-purpose turn into being what I call......
    " French Sea Side Coastal "...

    I paint in a greyish color now , but its a long drawn out process of TSP,priming, mixing colors to achieve that perfect Grey etc....I'm ready for a nap by that point. It would be so time efficient and Stress management OBVIOUS, To be able to by pass all that!!!!! YEAH !
    I would paint any thing that stood still long enough to let me get my hands on it!!

    Tori...of, Salvaging Grace

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  24. Very lovely giveaway. I would choose graphite! thank you!

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  25. I have no projects at the moment, but I really love the Versailles color!

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  26. I'm dying to get my hands on the Old White and Paris Grey. I have a gorgeous little french night stand (thrift store find!) that I can't wait to paint!

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  27. I just don't know which color I would go with. To many fun colors....to many projects that need new life!

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  28. I would love some graphite for the armoire in my dining room!

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  29. I'd love to paint a dresser in Paris Gray.
    ~Heidi

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  30. Re the chalk paint give away. I would love to have the red paint to do an old buffet!

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  31. I just love the Emperor's Silk! It is such a nice red to paint my kitchen trim with! ~~

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  32. I love the Louis blue. I would paint my dresser and lamps. I love this paint, just can't afford it right now :(

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  33. I would love me a quart of Old White or Paris Grey...so hard to choose! I have a few dining chairs that are begging for Chalk Paint!

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  34. Paloma please! I would start with the little silver box and then look out Dallas, there's a crazy lady loose with a paint brush! This paint is amazing and the possibilities endless! What a great give away, thanks Kim & Debbie! - Lynette from The Silver Nest on FB

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  35. I love the Duck Egg Blue... and I have the perfect shadow box that needs this paint on it!! I'm so glad you painted this lamp base in the Duck Egg Blue, it's even more gorgeous on the lamp!

    Thank you so much for sharing & the chance to win!!!

    ~Ola
    okj83 at live dot com

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  36. I'm loving Old Ochre and thinking of sprucing up the deck in my backyard. Love the idea of how this paint distresses and fades naturally instead of peeling.

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  37. WOW! I would choose Scandinavian Pink. Thanks for the chance.

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  38. Always wanted to try this paint - I love the Antibes Green! I left message on 'Round the Coop too! Thanks for the giveaway. AJ
    queenofmynest(at)gmail(dot)com

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  39. I like Greek Blue, but I'm a turquoise person so I'm not sure which is more turquoise, Duck Egg or Provence. I would paint my of my kitchen wall then paint a frame around it.

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  40. I like them all but would like to try this paint in duck egg blue.

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  41. I like the greenness of Chateau Grey. I'd paint away the ducks on some 80's project I've got tucked away.

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  42. Ok, I have a wood table that would be the provence and a beam that will be the olive.... Just going to start saving so I can have one of each color. Oohh me oh my.
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    -(,,)-(,,)- MeOw
    I think it worked yeah me!!!

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  43. I love all the redone items..I would love to have Old White and Louis Blue to paint my end tables and coffe table.
    Stephanie

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  44. I would love to try a can of paint in Paloma. My fingers are crossed!

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  45. I would love to try the PROVENCE color and then purchase a little can of OLD WHITE to go with it... I read some of your and the other posts for loads of great tips on combining colors... lovely giveaway!
    Cathy B
    pbprojecthope at yahoo dot com

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  46. forgot to mention, I would use the paint to transform a couple old frames and a small treasure box I have for shells in my sunroom.
    Cathy B
    pbprojecthope at yahoo dot com

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  47. I would like to surprise my mom and re-do some stuff in her bathroom with the Old Ochre color. I think chalk paint would look great. I love the blue colors as well. I'm really excited to hopefully be able to test it out and use it for different projects.

    Thanks, Brandi = mrsbefonz@gmail.com

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  48. I have an old wooden ladder I just inherited from my late grandparents that would look sweet painted in Paris Grey. I really love everything everything I've heard about this paint!

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  49. I would absolutely LOVE to try the Chateau Grey and the Duck Egg Blue. I have yet to try this paint, BUT have seen how fabulous it is here on this sight and on Miss Mustard Seed sight as well. I can't wait to try it out!

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  50. Wish I could visit your store. Duck Egg blue is my choice.

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  51. I love the paints from Annie Sloan. My favorite is the Scandinavian Pink, I hope I win! I was in your area last week, wish I had been able to visit and see these paints in person.

    Thanks for the chance to win
    Kat
    http://www.cricutcardcreating.blogspot.com

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  52. You know, this paint is amazing. I've used most colors and I love them all...I'd paint my dining room table, because my own projects get pushed aside for the projects that make the money...lol. As much as I'd love to say I'd use Antibes of Greek Blue, Graphite is the way I'd go...!
    Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

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  53. I am dying to try the Provence on my headboard!

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  54. Love to win the paint, think I would have to try the blue, and I have an old army trunk that is begging to be painted.

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  55. I'd love to try out the graphite paint. I've seen some very cool pieces done with that. Not sure what I'd paint, but I can always find something! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  56. Oh, I would love me some graphite to paint some bedroom furniture! Thank you so much for a great giveaway!

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  57. I would love the paris gray for some old Ikea furniture that needs a facelift!
    Delighted to see that there is an Annie Sloan dealer in So Cal! I will have to pay you a visit soon!!

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  58. Oh I would choose the Old White... or Duck Egg?? Oh my! I would repaint a dresser with it... it would be so amazing to work with the Chalk Paint!

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  59. Provence or Aubusson blue to paint a night stand.

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  60. I would choose Old White...love whites! I would paint picture frames on my daughters wall...frame them with some recycled moulding (which of course would be painted a complimentary chalk paint color)...then hang her favorite artwork in the center! Thanks for a fantastic giveaway!

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  61. I'd love to pick Old White, I have some things that are dark and could be brighten up and an ikea cabinet that desperately needs a makeover. But truly all colors are lovely!

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  62. I'd go for the Scandanavian Pink and paint my wooden keepsake boxes :)

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  63. Oh I think I'd go with black. I have a black and white theme in my house and I'd love to add to that! I have a wide trimmed picture frame that would look awesome painted!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  64. Oh, so many choices, but I would choose Graphite! I love the chalk paint and have used Old White, Old Ochre, Paris Grey, Country Grey, Duck Egg Blue, Versailles...but now I want to go dark! Please let me win!!!
    Debbie

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  65. I have a great cottage dresser that has been waiting in the wings. I would use duck egg blue possible mixed with the old white.

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