Introducing, new [re]design Chalk Pastes!

Hello [re]designers! Today, we have a brand new product release--our Chalk Pastes. These little jars of awesomeness will work with stencils perfectly and add texture when applied directly to your surfaces. 

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There are 20 beautiful colors in the collection. The consistency is creamy and rich with a smooth texture. It is water based and will dry in a matte finish. The matte finish goes perfectly with any chalk style paint that you use on your projects-like Dixie Belle Paint Company or Fusion for example...

There are 20 beautiful colors in the collection. The consistency is creamy and rich with a smooth texture. It is water based and will dry in a matte finish. The matte finish goes perfectly with any chalk style paint that you use on your projects-like Dixie Belle Paint Company or Fusion for example...

This little beauty by Quitta Allen of  All Shabbed Out  uses the chalk paste to add interest and bold color that compliments the chalk style paints she used on her piece. 

This little beauty by Quitta Allen of All Shabbed Out uses the chalk paste to add interest and bold color that compliments the chalk style paints she used on her piece. 

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Here is a wonderful example of using the chalk paste with stencils!  Magdalena  uses it with the design and then glazed over the colors to add a subtle whitewash with some of the bold color peeking out. 

Here is a wonderful example of using the chalk paste with stencils! Magdalena uses it with the design and then glazed over the colors to add a subtle whitewash with some of the bold color peeking out. 

You can also go over the raised designs with the chalk paste and water to create your own glazed effect. The options are endless!

You can also go over the raised designs with the chalk paste and water to create your own glazed effect. The options are endless!

Crystin Min  adds little pops of color to her piece adding the chalk paste in a freestyle way using a palette knife. 

Crystin Min adds little pops of color to her piece adding the chalk paste in a freestyle way using a palette knife. 

Here's a close up of the color in the background. Subtle yet perfect to break up the cream colored background.

Here's a close up of the color in the background. Subtle yet perfect to break up the cream colored background.

Join us today on our Facebook group to see Crystin use the paste with one of our [re]design stencils on our Textile pillowcase right here. And stay tuned for more great ideas using our pastes on a variety of projects coming soon. These will be available in stores by late September....

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