CeCe Caldwell’s Paint Giveaway

Yay for Friday! It’s been a busy week and I’m super excited for the weekend. I’m slowly recovering from Blissdom which was an incredible experience. I’m hoping to share more about that experience next week.

Today, I’m ridiculously excited to share more about the fabulous CeCe Caldwell’s chalk clay paint that I used on my yellow pedestal table makeover!

I love that CeCe Caldwell’s paints have no VOCs, no acrylic co-polymers, formaldehyde, ammonia or toxic heavy metals. The chalk clay paints are Eco-friendly, naturally green and safe for children and pregnant mommas. Booyah!

One of my favorite features is that the paint is self-priming. You can immediately start painting once the surface is clean and one to two coats generally give complete coverage. The wax is ridiculously easy to apply and buff and I love that clean up is as simple as using warm soapy water.

Check out all the colors that CeCe Caldwell’s paint is available in. So many options!!

Donna from Doozie’s Corner blogs about her CeCe Caldwell’s paint projects as well as selling the paint. Today, she’s giving away a quart of paint and a sample wax, and five sample paints {winner’s choice of colors!} to a My Blessed Life reader!

To Enter:

  • Leave a comment telling me what project you would use CeCe Caldwell’s paints for.

Extra Entries {up to 2 and leave a separate comment for each}:

  • Like Doozie’s Corner on Facebook
  • Tweet about this giveaway – “Win a CeCe Caldwell’s paint and wax #giveaway from @blessedlife2 and @DooziesCorner – http://bit.ly/whgiky”

I will draw a winner on Friday, March 9th!

**Note: You must comments to enter. Entries via email or Facebook do not count.

Happy weekend!



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  1. Oh I love your yellow side table and I am planning on doing the same technique on my dresser when we move in a couple weeks. So excited to start the project. Winning the paint will make it happen that much sooner and help us put money into the home we’re buying. =D
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  2. First thing that comes to mind would be to use the paint on an armoire to go in my craft room and I am sure many other projects in the future. Thanks

  3. Loved the side table makeover!! The yellow was so pretty. Would love to try this paint!

  4. Would LOVE some of her paint! I got married 3 months ago, and I’m in the process of trying to turn much of my husband’s “man-cave furniture” into something acceptable for our home together. I’d probably get to work on the coffee table with this.

  5. Destin gulf green for my “dining table”. I live in a nadrment apartment and use an old TV stand as a table for two in n the hall area. I will prop it up with bricks that will be unseen and the green ties in with the artwork above, blend with the lving furniture just a few feet away and gives me anotion to take a color risk! 🙂

  6. I would love to give this paint a try!
    I have a vintage Davis Cabinet China Hutch Top that is screaming for paint! I use it as a display piece/flat screen stand. This would be the perfect opportunity to give it the facelift and new life it deserves!

  7. What a great giveaway! Would love to win! I have many projects planned, and this would come in so handy. Especially like that it is eco-friendly and doesn’t put off smelly, harmful fumes. 🙂

  8. I so want to try this chalk paint! I bought an old dresser at a thrift store about a month ago that I would love to redo.

  9. I would love some of CeCe’s paint. It comes in so many gorgeous colors!!! I love that it would be safe to use in my home, especially around my 2 year old daughter!

  10. I would love to use this on a table for my bedroom or perhaps a sofa table (I’m searching for one) for my living room! So many possibilities 😉 Thanks for the awesome giveaway!!!!

  11. What a great idea………. friendly paint……….love it. I just moved a couple of months ago and have much more space…several projects going. Working on a buffet, have a couple of side tables yet to do and oh yes, my bed…….. I don’t have children, but the eco-friendly paint is wonderful…….to many toxic things around. Have had bladder cancer and not breathing fumes is a plus………..I will try the paint if I win or not, thanks for all of your great projects and information!

  12. There is a project that I have that is dying to be made! It is a union jack painted on a thrift store chest which I am to convert into a tea cabinet! I would love to use their paints. I liked them on Facebook as well.

  13. I can’t even tell you how awesome this is!!! I love, love, love the idea of non-toxic paint, as I’m chemically sensitive to most paints and their fumes. (who isn’t, really? I’m just obviously sensitive.) If I don’t win anything I will still keep this info for future notice because it’s an awesome find. I love all of the colors on the palette shown! I esp. like the Santa Fe Turquoise, and would use it on either some kitchen pieces/chairs, or in a guest bedroom for side table or dresser.

  14. Liked Doozie’s on Facebook. The other thing that I could do with the paint is the Nursery project of three paintings with die cut images pasted on top (on wood) for my best friend! Thanks for the opportunity 🙂

  15. I would love to try this paint for a buffet my husband is building me for our dinning room! The paint /wax combo sounds just wonderful!!

  16. I working on turning the nursery into a little girls room. These colors would look great on the chair and table or storage crates we are making for her.

  17. I have two bedroom dressers that are similar in style, but are not of the same wood. I would love to use CeCe Caldwell’s non-toxic paints to update and match the look of these 2 babies so that my bedroom can stop looking like a thrift shop and more like a grownup’s space! ;O)

  18. Would love to try the new chalk/clay paint. I have a hutch and would love to try the Hershey Bar Brown for the outside and a color like Memphis Blue for the inside.

  19. I love your yellow table, and I’ve been reading lots about chalk paint from Pinterest. I would love to try it on my little pantry cabinet in the kitchen or my dresser in my bedroom. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  20. I found a lovely “French style” server on craig’s list for next to nothing recently. I want to paint it, probably a soft antique green, which I think will be the perfect color in my red dining room. I have quite an array of furniture in our garage which I intend to paint. I have not yet begun to paint anything and my dear husband is afraid I will not garner the confidence to paint large projects. Winning this paint, and buying more as the piece is large, would more or less force me to begin!

  21. Would love to spruce up the table that we have in our entryway with some of that gorgeous chalk paint! Thanks for the chance!

  22. Ooooo Weeeee! I really need this paint! I’ve been searching for chalk paint where I live in Missouri…none to be found! Thanks so much for the chance to win some! Bless you darlin’!
    Aunt Ruthie
    Sugar Pie Farmhouse

  23. As soon as you posted your table I checked out the paint and read everything I could about the products you used. It gave me an idea for making over a sewing table that we use in the master bath and giving our daughter toddler rocker a fresh look as well. What a joy it would be to win!!!! God bless.

  24. I would like to paint our dining room table and add a couple benches instead of the chairs.

  25. Hi. We need to paint our laundry room and the small hall and entry way from the garage into our house. I’d love to use CeCe Caldwell’s paints for this painting project.

  26. I would love to have some of this paint. I can’t find it in my area. Please tell me how to get some. I can’t wait to transform my nightstands and my daughter’s kitchen table.

  27. Ooooohhhh! LOVE! I’ve been wanting to paint my boring fake fireplace/heater thingy I bought a long time ago. It’s plain ole white and I think she would be absolutely gorgeous in Smokey Mountain! And loved your table too!

  28. My bedroom furniture desperately needs a face-lift. I would love to try this chalk paint.

  29. I have an old 1950’s speaker that my husband’s grandfather gave us that we use as a side table. But it’s skuffed and the wood is in bad shape and I am just dying to paint it a fun color! This would be great to win!

  30. I would love to try the chalk paint. I have bathroom cabinets I would love to paint grey and a desk that I would like to try in a bright green. Thank you for the opportunity.

  31. I have so many pieces of furniture that I would love to redo! Winning would be a jumping point to try!

  32. These paints look amag! I would use the Antique White on a large coffee table that’s been sitting in our garage for over a year. It needs so much help. And since it’s so large, a light color is just the thing for it. Love the way your yellow table turned out!

  33. I refinish all sorts of wood furniture… working on something for a friend as I type this message! I am certain it would not be hard to find something else in need of a makeover 🙂

  34. I have an old sidetable made by my late great-uncle that I would love to paint. This paint sounds like just what I need.

  35. I’m planning on painting a side table for my daughter’s bedroom. The table is very similar to to your yellow table. Now I can’t wait to do it. Winning your paint give-away contest would be awesome!

  36. I have a cute chest I’d love to try CeCe’s paint on for my daughter’s room. I’d love to win!

  37. I also have a small bookcase that I would like to paint and put on my enclosed patio. I’ll probably put plants on it.

  38. I have a blah front room, all the same color tones and would love to paint a piece of furniture in there to add a bright pop of color. I have been inspired by your yellow table! My table is a little bigger and in a dark wood color now so I might add a splash of Maine Harbor Blue paint! So happy to read about this product line. It is all new to me.

  39. The more I think about it . . . I’ve got several things I’d like to paint. Picture frames, old wooden boxes . . . the ideas are beginning to flow! Thanks for the inspiration!

  40. I have a few old pieces of furniture that I want to redo along with a few craft projects.

  41. Hoping to find a big ol’ dresser to paint for my boys’ room. Would love to give this paint a try, thanks for the chance to win some! 🙂

  42. I amredoing my kitchen with 3 walls alldifferent colors. Im excited! Next the kiving room.
    Im inspired to paint differnt colors. Sick of tan and off whites . lol.


  43. I have been hoping to redo my 1 year old son’s end table in his room, and I would be so excited to try this new paint!!

  44. I was just thinking this morning how I needed to look up your yellow pedestal and see what you used to paint it. I have an end table that I want to redo but did NOT want to sand and prime! I sure hope I win! I would probably chose the Vermont Slate.
    Angela in Ky´s last blog post ..KKCS Booth

  45. I love the look of this amazing paint. We are in the midst of building a little cabin in which I would like to put pieces of furniture that I have collected over the years and now need to be “renewed” in an “old” way. Would love to use this paint to accomplish that.
    I am so blessed by your website. A new recipient. Thank you for doing this.

  46. The REAL question is what WOULDN’T I paint!!!
    What I love about this paint is that we have an African Grey parrot in the house, so doing any type of painting is pretty much a no-no due to their super sensitive circulatory sysems. I would feel much more comfortable using a product like this than other types of paint! Fingers crossed!!!

  47. I have a lovely yard store find – a pie cabinet. But it needs to be refinished. CeCe’s paint would make it look wonderful!

  48. I have a huge test tomorrow that I have been studying for now for THREE MONTHS! I’ve been restraining myself from repainting our desk. I have big colorful dreams for our office, so I would use the paint for a huge revamp 🙂

  49. OH MY I would LOVE to win this I have a project I’ve been putting off way to long and it is painting my old dresser that now resides in one of my girls rooms.

  50. I would pull out an old dresser we have had in the garage and give it a new look! It is in need of new paint and from the ideas on your site and Doozie’s , I would like to tackle such a project if I won!

  51. Gosh…What an awesome opportunity! I would love to slap some paint on a hutch I have sitting in the garage…and some chairs…and I have a couple of cabinets in my kitchen…and… 😉
    Thanks again!

  52. The paints are beautiful. I am going to paint some furniture for my daughter n law who has a little boy but now due to daughter arriving in July needs to change colors. We will also be repainting the room. This give away would be a great start on our project. Thank you for the opportunity.

  53. 35 years ago I traded for a little white dresser with a mirror and have always been going to do something more to it to make it nicer. This paint is exactly what I have been waiting for (good excuse for my procrastinating eh). Thanks again

  54. I have been wanting to paint my hutch and buffet in my dining room for over a year! This prize would be great motivation to choose a color and get it done! Tthanks for the chance to win an awesome prize! Fingers crossed…!

  55. i have a sideboard that desperately needs a make over – i have wanted to try chalk paint on it. :))

  56. I have never heard of this paint until I read about it on your blog. I would love to try it on a table in my living room. I like Doozie on FB.Thank for the chance.

  57. Wow Love Love Love the color selection of these CeCe Caldwell paints. I have tried Annie Sloan chalk paint and found chalk paint to be the best invention ever! I am so itching to paint my kitchen cabinets and think chalk paint would be the way to go……no sanding no priming just instant Voila!!! Thanks for letting me know about these awesome paints I will definitely get the word out!

  58. I have been wanting to make some kind of a natural picture using leaves and painting around them just leaving the negative if you would. These colors are so pretty.

  59. I am trying to find a way to buy this wonderful paint in Canada or on-line and cannot seem to find a place. Can you direct me to somewhere or someone that I could buy it from?
    Thank you

    1. @Bernice, Hi Bernice, I can ship the paint to you! email me and let me know what you are wanting and I can send you a paypal invoice. I’ll check and get the best shipping rates for you! You will love this paint! So easy to use! Thanks a ton, Donna

      1. @Donna Haile, Sorry I sent a separate email again to you. (Didn’t realize I could do it right here). Do you have prices for this paint and could I get some samples sent with an order to see what other colors might look good for some pieces I have. Thanks again.
        Where would they have to be shipped from. I live in the country in Alberta.

        1. @Bernice, Yes Bernice I do sell samples for $6.95 and wax samples for $10.95. The paint sells for $32.95 a quart. I would ship from Abilene, Texas. Send me your zip code and I can check shipping rates! Thanks a ton, Donna

        2. @Bernice, HI Donna,
          My postal code is T0C 1M0 (in Canada). I would like a quart of the white and a can of wax. I would also like samples of Mesa Sunset, Alaska Tundra Green and Georgia Clay. Not sure where to go from here. You can let me know.

  60. Oh, perfect timing – I was just thinking about this paint last night. I have a dresser in our bedroom that is in desperate need of an update – D.E.S.P.E.R.A.T.E., I tell you!! 🙂 I’m bookmarking this page anyway, just in case I don’t win 😉

  61. I would do my coffee table and end tables that are in desperate need of repainting. Will be hard to pick the colors!

  62. oooooooooh!! Chalkboard Paint! I have always wanted to paint a large board for each of my children to put in their room, or on their door for messages and the like. I’ve never done it because I wanted something other than black. I KNOW Martha Stewart has a chaldboard paint but their just isn’t room in the budget for that much of an extravagance. Hmmmmm. I might rethink all of this now!
    Thank you for the post. And for the other post showing what you have done with this paint!!

  63. I have a few projects in mind, but I’d start with the headboard/footboard I’ve started sanding away at!! This paint looks amazing!

  64. I have two mid-century end-tables that I have had…..just waiting! I want to paint them to use as nightstands in our bedroom….think that’s the perfect place for them!
    I’d LOVE to use the chalk paints on them……willing to try something new for these!!

  65. We are making more storage in our kitchen with different size boxes and some rope that will hang on the wall ( I found the idea in a magizine). Looks like some great paint colors to decorate the boxes. I’d love to send you a picture of our finished product. You are such an inspiration to me.

  66. Oh, I’ve so wanted to try chalk paint! I have both a grandfather clock and small music cabinet that I want to paint.

  67. Thank you for getting back to me about buying the paint. I am not sure what color I need to go with. I would definitely use a can of white and the wax but am looking at perhaps a muted green or the orange color. Not sure if the color sample is a true color. WOuld you say it is.
    Thanks again. Once I know what colors I am looking at I will go from there. Do you have any suggestions as to what colors look best. My colors in my cabin are going to be quite earthy and in my house are rustic.

  68. Just reading the names of the paints — California Sun Yellow — takes me to a whole ‘nother time and place !! Would love to use this to make a new toy box look old !! My grandchildren think that;s wierd — why do you want it to look old ?!?!?! 🙂

  69. Oh, I so need to re-paint my kitchen cupboards. A paint that just needs soapy water to clean how devine for a busy kitchen with lots of little hands! I may just have to head over and look at prices so thatI can talk my Beloved into buying me some!
    Theresa´s last blog post ..So, What are you doing?

  70. The drywall is going up in my husband’s new home office *as I type this* so this is the PERFECT time to find a new, awesome paint for down there! Thanks for the opportunity!

  71. I would probably use this on toy boxes for my baby girl and our dog. I’ve been trying to figure out storage solutions around here and I think the unfinished wooden boxes from IKEA may fit the bill. These paints would finish them off nicely!

  72. We moved into a smaller house last year. I have a dresser that no longer fits in the bedroom and I would love to use it in the living room with a fun color. The paint looks great. Thanks for the chance to win!

  73. When I first saw this paint, I immediately thought of my master bed headboard and foot board. Would love to give it new life using the hershey brown!

  74. What a great giveaway! I would use the paints for a side table that I bought for my bedroom and haven’t painted yet, the rocking chair that I rocked my baby in 13 years ago, or a hutch that I have in my living room that is just dying to be painted.
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  75. We are in the process of buying a new-to-us, fixer-upper house (our second fixer-upper). I finally will have space for an old dining room cabinet that was my sister-in-laws before she was killed in a car accident in 2008! I will paint it something rustic-looking to match the hand-made dining room table made by my father-in-law!

  76. Nice! I would like to repaint a coffee table for my son’s bedroom where he can set up his Lego activities instead of on the floor. His favorite colors are yellow and green. Thank you for offering!

  77. Awesome! I have a coffee table (with 2 separate glass squares inlaid) that I want to transform into a chalkboard/activity table for the kids (thinking of taking out the glass and putting chalkboard in their places)! First step is to PAINT the coffee table!

  78. I just recently became a fan of painting furniture when I began following you and saw CeCe’s paint on your site. I actually have three different projects that I’m excited to use her product on, but plan to start with a buffet-type table that is in great need of repair and lots of love. The paint and wax would be wonderful on this piece. I love that her paint is VOC-free (along with being free of other toxic chemicals) and is safe for my family. Thanks for offering this!

  79. I would use CeCe’s paints to redo a Queen Anne Style side table that belonged to my Mother. It is a cherry finish now. I would use the Vintage White to blend with the other shades of white in my guest room. I would also use the same shade on a night stand that I am redoing by adding carved legs and removing the old campaign style hardware on it and using something more modern.

  80. I would love to try CeCe’s chalk paint! I have a little jewelry armoire that I would love to paint, my coffee & end table, an antique wash stand…the list goes on & on! Sante Fe Turquoise would suite me to a “T”!

  81. I would use this on some re-do…so many waiting to be redone…probably a chair that has a needlework seat.

  82. would love to win so I can paint a cabinet in my craft room, I think in a gray or white or black not sure of color yet

  83. Thanks for this awesome giveaway! I am getting married soon and we’re buying our first home! We don’t have much money so we’re refurbishing a lot of old furniture. I can’t so for sure which things I would paint but they all need help and this paint is AWESOME and would definitely do the trick! It would be so nice to win some! Thanks again! (:

  84. Oh, my I love to paint everything! I am wanting to tackle our bedroom and bathroom doors this spring. I have always wanted to try an “alternative” paint.

  85. Thank you for this giveaway!:) I make handmade picture frames. Each one is handsawed, assembled, and hand painted by me!! I have used this paint before and would love to WIN some!! Liked Doozie’s corner and tweeted!:) Will be spreading the word. Blessings:) Phil.4:8

  86. I’m in the process of turning the spare bedroom into a craft room and would love to paint the bookcase with these paints.

  87. Love that this is “safe” paint. I’d enjoy repainting the children’s kitchen set that totally needs some TLC 🙂 and our living room’s children’s bookcase! creedamy [at] yahoo [dot] com

  88. I’m pregnant with my 2nd and will most definitely be revamping furniture. I can’t wait for the weather to warm up and garage saling to be in FULL force:)

  89. Sweet! After reading about this paint in your previous blog I was inspired to paint a small side table I have that had for 8 years that is desperately longing to be updated. So I added it to my spring project list…free paint would make it even better!! I love the “Smokey Mountain” color!! 🙂

  90. I love the Vermont State color, I would use this on my headboard that I spray painted gray, but I’ve been wanting to change the color!

  91. Oh, the possibilities are endless. But I do have my eye on a piece on clearance at a local antiques shop. It would be lovely all spruced up with Memphis Blue!

  92. I have an armoire that I’ll be painting if it ever gets warm enough around here, lol. Even with no VOCs, etc. I’ll still have to sand it outside before I can bring it in to paint.


  94. Thanks so much for introducing me to this awesome paint. I have several picture frames that could use a face lift. I live @ the beach and the paint colors are perfect. Can’t wait to get started!

  95. I have been interested in this type of paint, but didn’t have enough information about it until now! I definitely want to try it. I’m thinking about painting over a paneled wall in my kitchen. I want that waxed look too and would like to go with the Smoky Mountain!
    Thanks for sharing!

  96. I love how your side table project turned out! My husband and I just recently updated our master bedroom and have fallen prey to the lovely grey/yellow color combo trend! Our bedside tables are begging for a new coat of paint!
    P.S. Love your blog – just stumbled across it via Pinterest last week; I’m happy to find a sis-in-Christ who’s as crazy for home decor as I am! 🙂

  97. I have a few boards that I woud love to make into chalkboard signs,
    Thank for the chance to use these gret paints!

  98. We have been given some furniture which has been wonderful in our time of need. I would like to paint it to make it look like my own style and to update the look.

  99. I have a vintage magazine table that’s been sitting in my garage for a few years that would love a new coat of paint!

  100. I have two awesome chairs that I bought at a yard sale for $10, and I plan to paint them in a lighter color or something fun (like turquoise or coral)! This paint would be perfect, since I’m still a novice at this stuff! 🙂

  101. hmmm, not for sure, but we have an old farmhouse that is a continual project. however, i think maybe i’d use the paint on a chair’s legs & arms that i’m hoping to reupholster…

  102. I’m working on a project for my bedroom…we’ve lived in our house three years and still have nothing on our walls 🙂
    Mendy´s last blog post ..Goodbye

  103. We have a vanity/desk my best friend gave my daughter when she was born, more than 21 years ago. It has been thru alot over the years and needs a make over desperately, we can’t just let it go, it means too much to my daughter. I would do it up in a turquoise shade for her. to match her brown and turquoise room.

  104. I would love to try this paint and wax. I’d use it on dining room chairs to start.

  105. I’ve got a night stand that needs some attention. 🙂 It’s the project I’ve been “meaning to get to” for a while now.

  106. I would either use the paint on a set of chairs I have or on a old plate rack w/ a tin backing that I am turning into a headboard in my daughter’s room.

  107. I’m making frames for my daughter’s wedding ~ we’d love to paint them with CeCe’s! <3

  108. I have more pieces than you could ever imagine to try the paint on. Chairs, tables, frames, windows, buffets….LOTS!

  109. I’d use it on some old furniture i just bought for our new house! i need to refinish it so this would be perfect!

  110. I’d paint a lamp base and a pictures frame I’m working on. THEN I’d try my hand at painting my mom and dad’s first bedroom dresser they got when they got married 40 years ago. It definitely needs some TLC!! 🙂 Great giveaway! I really hope I win!

  111. I have a set of mismatched chairs for my porch that I love but they need a unifying color- this would be perfect!

  112. I would actually split it between two projects – the first is table we have in the entry way. It’s pretty dull and could use something that screams, “Look at me!” I would then use the rest on the large dry-erase wall calendar I bought.

  113. oh very neat – I am actually in the process of PLANNING painting 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, a living room, dining room & kitchen, besides halls & doors & a schoolroom – so this would be awesome to win!

  114. I have a round table (exactly like yours) that I want to paint. I’m also going to paint a dresser in my bedroom. Would love to win this awesome paint!

  115. I’m heading into the guest bedroom with this paint (after I win) to try to salvage the old, worn bedroom set that really needs a new look.

  116. I would love to use your paints to paint an oak and glass cabinet that has been in my family for years to give to my daughter who thinks it is ugly as it is. Thanks for the giveaway.

  117. I really need to do something with my patio furniture. Some pretty paint should do the trick.

  118. I would love to change up the color of the chairs that go with our kitchen table. The paint is chipping and looks terrible.

  119. Good morning: I am in the process of redoing nightstands and would love to use the chalk paints. Thank you for this great give away!

  120. I have lots of mismatched furniture in our bedroom and I would use the chalk paint to tie it all together. Thanks for the opportunity!

  121. Hi Myra! I just found your blog and it looks like you have some great projects for me to peruse! I’d love to enter the paint giveaway – I have some chairs, a plant stand, and a computer desk that are all begging for some paint makeovers! And I would love to try this new type of chalk/clay paint. It sounds great! Thanks for the giveaway!

  122. I would love to paint our kitchen cabinets. I need a change and don’t want it to cost a fortune!

  123. I am out of my head excited to have found you !! I am a full time photographer in the process of remodeling my office (totally shabby) and have accumulated some fab pieces in total need of a facelift.. my first project is an antique glass paneled door that I would LOVE to paint and add a gorgeous jeweled knob for the perfect addition to my office not to mention a super cool backdrop for a portrait !! Regardless- I love to follow you and will be trying this amazing new paint and hope to have some images to share !! Thank you !! Heather
    Boston MA

  124. I have a few furniture projects to finish, but there is a dresser that is begging for some chalk paint. Would love to win.

  125. i am in the process of freshening up my living room, and i have a wood and upholstered rocking chair that has a plain wood stain right now, and avocado green upholstery (it’s a thrift find) that i want to redo. it will be really cute with some soft paint and some cheerful new fabric! frankly, i’ve never even heard of chalk paint before, and i paint quite a bit…i’m intrigued! so, that being said, choose me!
    thanx a lot, and great blog, great ideas!
    debra´s last blog post ..summertime and vintage campers

  126. I would love to try CeCe’s paint on a drop leaf table I inherited from my Grandma. It needs work!

  127. I have 3 projects I’m doing right now! Unfortunately, I’ve already bought and used the paint for 2 of them. SO… I would most definitely use CeCe’s paint on my last project… a new/old hutch for my kitchen!
    Cassi Rose´s last blog post ..Lazy Sunday

  128. I’m about to start painting some new picture frames for my daughters. Would love to win this giveaway!!!

  129. I have a free-standing cabinet in my bathroom that needs some serious paint work. I love that this paint is so safe! We have been looking for something like this!

  130. I might have to add something to my “collection” to try it out on. For years I stripped paint from furniture, so it’s kind of interesting to see the styles come full circle. Thanks for the chance to win!

  131. I would have a hard time NOT finding something to paint! My husband is afraid if he stands still for too long, that I will paint him : )

  132. I have a garage full of projects! But I most want to try it on an old cabinet I’m wanting to put in my sewing/craft room

  133. I found a 1890 East Lake four drawer dresser at the Re Store salvage for 25.00 dollars. I am in love with the craftsmanship and amazed at how well it has held up for its age. It is in need of love and paint. I’m excited to use a product that is American made and safe for the environment. I look forward to bringing this dresser back to its former glory.

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