Tuesday, September 13, 2011

AS to the rescue!

Huge fan...say no more.
Old White and Country Grey joined together
is
pure
simple
beauty! 

Country Grey is not getting it's credit!
Warm and goes with everything.
Try it.
You will like it!
Nothing distresses like AS paint!
Even the hardware gets a wash!
Blah to breathtaking.
See that shine...
NO priming with AS either!
Stay awhile!

Molly

Go share at Shades of Amber inc-- AS Party

14 comments:

  1. It is Lovely! I like the country gray! I should have gotten that too. :( DO you know if one could do a piece of furniture with any of the sample bottles?

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  2. I have a full can of AS Country Grey just waiting...
    I have been walking from room to room in my house looking for the best candidate!

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  3. So pretty! Country Grey will be the next ASCP color I purchase!

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  4. wow, Molly! It does look amazing! Thumbs up for country gray!!!!

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  5. Lovely! Country Gray is next on my list to try!

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  6. Oehhh jaelous. AS paint is not available over here, and that is such a shame because I have just the project for it. Also a little desk redo, and seeing that beauty up there, makes me itch to do mine too. Great job, great choice of colors.

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  7. I have to try chalk paint!
    Everyone is making such wonderful creations.
    Tam

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  8. I love those two colors together too! Your desk turned out GREAT & I lOVE how you accented the chair! too cool!

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  9. Amazing piece. Love the two colors together. You did a great job! xo Diana

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  10. I agree Country Grey doesn't get its deserved props. I love that color and it's interesting for mixing into others also.

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  11. WOW...just can't get over NO priming???!! Looks great! Can't wait to us my new can of Country Gray! Thanks!

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  12. Ooh. I have the Paris Grey but not the Country Grey. I may have to put that on my list!
    Fondly, Tami
    www.thisandthatfromtami.blogspot.com

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