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Chalk paint and back to school...

 
 I`m sorry I have been shamefully neglecting you, I wasn`t even sure what to call this post and decided my life over the last 2 months can be summed up thus... I am always covered in chalk paint...annie sloan of course! And my kids dominate most waking hours...who are now back to school! My youngest has started `big boy`school so that has been quite an event. I can`t tell you how proud I felt when after going to collect my smart little school boy I arrived to find what can only be described as a `little scamp` with untucked shirt and tie half out oh his jumper...so cute!!
 
  I had a very busy time over the summer and did some furniture sets for a restaurant in mismatched colours of annie sloan paints, french linen, duck egg, paris grey, old white and in different chair styles and fabrics, the colours mix so well!
I have recently fallen in love with a new colour which is `country grey` it has a lot of similarities to the `old ochre` but has more of a taupe/beige hue and less of a yellow tone, its stunning and very classic/expensive looking it has become one of my favourites, I will pop some pictures on shortly of an armoire i`m doing for my bedroom in it!
Anyway i`m back, i`m going to find the time to blog more...and if you miss me, i`m always updating my facebook FiFiChic page so pop over and say `hi`!! XFiFi

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