I have never loved the shade of yellow - Annie Sloan Chalk Paint, Arles - on my bench.
I love the shade of yellow, but not against our Benjamin Moore Provence walls.
The bench has been in several rooms and sported several colors, but when I moved it to the foot of our now pastel bedroom - yuck!
I went to the local unfinished furniture store to look for milk paint yesterday, but they are no longer selling the powder you mix yourself.
All they had left were mustard ( similar to the Arles) and pumpkin, but I have read enough fearless bloggers that I knew I could add white to lighten the mustard color and I couldn't beat the price of $2 for milk paint.
It is just a slight change of color and when JP comes by this week I am sure he won't even notice the difference.
But, a slight change of color makes a huge difference to me.
I saw this cute little wagon at DIY Beautify and thought it would make a cute container for fall decor.
I had plenty of yellow paint left over so I updated an old "Americana" wagon.
For now, it is just holding colorful pool balls I found at TJ Maxx, but soon it will hold fall leaves and if I can find the time, a cute graphic on the side.
And now, I need to do some reading up on dog training after watching Lulu take the phone off the hook and then grab Steve's iPhone and prance through the house.
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You can find me at these fun parties
Be Different Act Normal - Show and Tell Saturday
Boogieboard Cottage - Masterpiece Monday