Annie Sloan Chalk Paint Globe

I LOVE love all the painted globes I have seen.....
sooooo I decided to paint one too! 
I used a thrift store globe {$3} & 2 sample pots of
Annie Sloan’s Chalk Paint (FREE}
My stockist offers a buy 2 quarts get a free sample pot !

I used Aubusson Blue chalk paint and painted 2 coats of water
Then I used Antibes Green for the land. Notice I painted a thick coat.
And there you have it......Easy Peasy!
When you don't use wax with ASCP is acts as a chalkboard.
 I LOVE this little area in my son's room......
Thank you so much for stopping by!
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Tricia said...

This is a cute idea!

Holly Lefevre said...

Adorable! I still have not tried the chalk paint...I must do it soon!

I am always on the hunt for globes...I want to paint one too!

the cape on the corner said...

i love this! great idea!

Laura said...

great idea! I would never have thought to paint the water first, then the continents- you are creative and clever!!:)

PitterAndGlink said...

Very neat!

Amy - while wearing heels said...
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Jen Gilday said...

Now that is just the cutest idea! Nice work!!!!

PS - found you at home stories a to z

Heidi said...

Love it! I have been adoring all of the cool painted globes too! I hear that chalk paint comes in a huge variety of colors. Wonder how the earth would look with random colors for water and land... I might have to try this soon. Thanks for the inspiration! Found you on TJ!

A Lived in Home said...

This is just absolutely brilliant! Super adorable!

Jennifer @ The Brilliant Crafty Type said...

Very clever.

Chatty Chics said...

Love it! Fabulous idea!

Stacey said...

Love the globe - great idea! Turned out cute!
I have a little globe obsession as it is.
I would love for you to stop by my party and link up! I would love to have you there!
Stacey of mbracing Change

Claire said...

This is such a cute idea! I bet your son loves it. The thick chalk paint on the land really plays up the texture,too. Adorable project!

Claire @

Anonymous said...

I love this idea, thanks! It came out really cool!

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