|paint chip color wheel|
My fascination with color led to a love of paint chips. You know, the little cards of color in the paint section of hardware stores. They are samples of the colors of paint that are available to buy....by the ounce, quart or gallon. When I'm trying to decide on a paint color for my next project, I grab a bunch of paint chip samples to bring home. It helps to see if the color is what I wanted in different light and with different objects. But, what do you do with the paint chip samples when you're done with them? Please don't say "throw them away"...I may faint.
Turn to Pinterest for lots of inspiration and creative ideas for those leftover paint chip samples. Here are a several ideas that I have pinned to my "paint chips" board on Pinterest.
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|paint chip dry erase calender|
|paint chip gift tags|
|paint chip art|
|paint chip bookmarks|
|paint chip wreath|
|paint chip flowers|
|paint chip garland|
Remember last week when I was struggling with a way to add a number 4 to my patriotic shelf vignette? No? OK, I'll prove it to you....here.
Silly me, why didn't I just think of paint chips.
I just glued some to a box and stuck a cardboard #4 to it...easy and FREE!
Grab some paint chip inspiration and create something beautiful today :)