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Deleted. GL♣PC♥BC 3 kids; Atlanta, GA, United States 9408 posts
1st Mar '13

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Danielle: Jack&Basil'sMom 2 kids; Raleigh, North Carolina 14528 posts
1st Mar '13

Just my opinion, but are you sure that you want all the walls to be colored on? Especially a chalk paint that isn't the color of a chalkboard. Could cause confusion somewhere down the line as far as what surfaces may or may not be colored on. Jmo.



You could buy a container of paint, paint a large rectangle on the wall and frame it with a huge beautiful frame. :)

GL♣PC♥BC 3 kids; Atlanta, GA, United States 9408 posts
1st Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Danielle: Jack&Basil'sMom:</b>" Just my opinion, but are you sure that you want all the walls to be colored on? Especially a chalk paint ... [snip!] ... on. Jmo. You could buy a container of paint, paint a large rectangle on the wall and frame it with a huge beautiful frame. :)"</blockquote>




I don't want the walls to be colored on, I just like the wispy/worn look of the chalk paint .. Versus the thick layered look of regular paint



Aug I tried linking an example,but I'm on the iPad and the link gets messed up

Danielle: Jack&Basil'sMom 2 kids; Raleigh, North Carolina 14528 posts
1st Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting GL♣PK:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Danielle: Jack&Basil'sMom:</b>" Just my opinion, but are you ... [snip!] ... Versus the thick layered look of regular paint Aug I tried linking an example,but I'm on the iPad and the link gets messed up"</blockquote>




Oh, gotcha! Sorry! :)