PACKAGING CHANGED TO LITERS! ~ 1 Litre will cover around 120 square feet...give or take!
OPENING & CLOSING of the LIDS on Litre containers: CLICK
and Watch this video HERE on our
YouTube channel to see how it is done VERY IMPORTANT INFO REGRADING OPENING THE LIDS ON THE
LITRES:To remove the lid on the liters, gently wedge a paint can opener or a
blunt object, like the end of a spoon's handle under the lid. Gently and
patiently, go all the around the lids edge by turning the paint can 360
degrees. This will gently lift the lid without denting it.
Chalk Paint®? by Annie Sloan is
sold all over the world. Russia, Germany, Spain, Australia, South Africa,
Japan, Italy, Greece and Mars. (only joking about Mars....but maybe someday!)
Through our 2019.....the packaging of paint will be transitioning so all
countries are aligned and in the USA, the 32 ounce quart (being a little
redundant there......lol) containers will be going to liters...which is around
34 ounces. Besides the
change of more paint- the liter's lids are just a little different and take a
softer hand to open and close. Use a paint can opener and wiggle it around the
You will find the Arles in the liters will be slightly
thicker- here are some tips when using:
1. A light touch with your brush is needed. It
spreads much more easily than trying to push the paint around. Using an Annie
Sloan paint brush is important.
2. A spray
bottle will be your new best friend
and you may find it will really help if you are painting in a linear
3. Use your spray
bottle to wet sand with Annie's
sanding pads. You will find that it distresses the paint beautifully!
Don't you just love the look of Annie Sloan's Arles? I especially like it with Dark Wax! Annie Sloan states the inspiration is the rich glowing yellow associated with the town of Arles in the South of France. It is a rich yellow ochre with a hint of orange juice and with Old White added the color is warm and gentle.
Looking for the Sample Pot of Arles? We sell them for $11.95 HERE
The Purple Painted Lady loves this color paired with Provence or Aubusson Blue or Old Violet - when Dark Wax is applied to all - and it will be heaven! (Coat with clear wax first and let dry - then apply dark wax) The sample board shown has 2 coats of Arles, then one coat of clear wax across the whole piece - let dry, and then dark wax only over half. Beautiful!
I had posted a custom Coral recipe on my Facebook page earlier in 2013 using Barcelona Orange as one of the components to create it, but I had a customer write me who already owned Arles and was hoping we could help her as so she could save on money and use the Chalk Paint® she already owned, versus having to buy the Orange too. So- below is a 2nd option for a custom Coral using approximately 4 parts Emperor's Silk, 2 parts Arles and 1 part Old White. I hope that this was helpful.
Don't forget when purchasing Chalk Paint® Decorative Paint by Annie Sloan- to consider purchasing her Clear Wax also. Annie's paint and wax were created to partner perfectly together! The paint itself will harden but the wax will truly protect it! The wax does completely harden and it becomes hard and is water repellent. It is a wonderful protective finish that you can buff once dry- to the sheen you desire.
Some of the Photos, displays and work designed and created by Annie Sloan.
We are sorry – there are NO RETURNs when it comes to paint. You will find this for every stockist. Think about it- would you ever want a quart of paint sent to you - that was shipped to someone else prior? We eliminate any potential issues with this policy.
With that said- we apologize for any issues this may cause. Choose wisely and do not spontaneously purchase a color if unsure. OK? In fact- if you need help in deciding- ask us. We are here to help you! : )
To find a stockist near you, visit AnnieSloan.com And if you have someone near you who sells Chalk Paint® - go and see them! They will have samples you can touch and hold... Annie Sloan Stockist are special people! But if you do not have anyone near you that sells the best in the world- well....here we are!