|Love these pumpkins - source.|
I am now the proud owner of the following ASCP colors:
Duck Egg Blue
My ASCP Pinterest Board gives me a lot of inspiration and ideas. I just started a project with Cream - my latest purchase - and can't wait to show it. It is a very interestingly shaped chaise/settee - more on that later.
Here are some inspirational ideas from the board with sources identified. They all demonstrate uses of the paint colors in my possession - some are just genius - starting off with the great pumpkins shown at the top - what a great seasonal look!
"Before I used Old White, and then mixed it with some white paint to get more white with less yellow. But now they have a Pure White. I found that look I liked was to paint the pumpkins with the Old White first, then paint over it with Pure White with a heavier than usual dry brush method. This left a little darker white in the crevices. The AS Chalk Paint worked well on both my ceramic and cheaper foam pumpkins, but it took up to 3 or 4 coats sometimes to cover the awful orange of the cheap ones."
|I love this large cabinet in Chateau Grey which was one of my first paint purchases. It really is a mossy green rather than a grey and I originally had some problems with that until I found fabrics (for my chair renovations) that coordinated beautifully - source.|
|This is such a great combination of Graphite (slightly distressed) and Paris Grey - source.|
|CoCo is one of my most recent purchases and is the "brownest" of the ASCP paints. Here it is shown with Old White accents. I like the distressed look but would probably have softened it a little - source.|
|Graphite is a very versatile color and I have often used it - just bought my second can of the paint. I do find that using the dark wax enhances the color - source.|
|Love this chair and the paint combination - I have tried this combination myself on several chair sets and it is great! Source!|