Wednesday, 19 August 2015

Made It My Own with Annie Sloan - Competition

Since discovering Annie Sloan's range of decorative paints, I have been crazy about her Chalk Paint™ and the amazing things you can do with it. Recently I was invited to help spread the word that Annie is giving everyone a chance to show off their creative wares using Chalk Paint™, along with a chance to win $100 of Annie Sloan prizes... Yay!

Since developing Chalk Paint™ in 1990, Annie's been all about sharing ideas and inspiration and is now giving you the chance to show off your creative skills. 'Made It My Own with Annie Sloan' is running from now until the end of September and all Annie Sloan fans and lovers are invited to show off their creative wares by sharing via their favourite social media pages and uploading an image to the international hub at The competition runs from now until the end of September with two draws, August 31st and September 30th and you could be in with the chance to win "pot loads of prizes". To enter, all you have to do is follow these simple steps:

  • Take a photo of your Chalk Paint™ masterpiece. Use the 'Frame your master piece frame' by holding it up in front of your finished work and snap your photo. If you don't have the distinctive hand drawn card frame, no problem, you can simply upload your photo to the website and pick your frame, all it takes is a 'click' on the site
  • Share on any of your social media sites such as Twitter or Instagram, adding the hash tag #MadeItMyOwn
Above: An example 

I have been super excited to receive a gift box to be part of Made It my Own, I received 2 small pots of colours, a lovely new brush and two cute pots of clear and dark wax. I began work on my project yesterday and hope to upload it to the site and share it in a post with my readers later in the week. 

If you have already completed a Chalk Paint™ project, then head on over and upload your image. Maybe you haven't tried Chalk Paint™ before, well, now is the time and Annie would love to see your masterpiece. If you are not sure where to buy your paint, pop over to to find your local stockist. There is no need to sand or prime, just start painting!

PS. If you need a few tips, you may want to view a couple of simple projects featured on my blog:

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for sharing, I had no idea this contest was going on...


Thank you for your time to leave a comment, I ♥ to read your comments and try to reply to them all.