Win: Annie Sloan Chalk Paint Workbook

Win a copy of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint workpaint with www.WeLoveHomeBlog.comWant to learn how to upcycle your furniture like a pro? WeLoveHome is giving away a copy of Paint Guru Annie Sloan’s latest book, Annie Sloan’s Chalk Paint Workbook (£14.99, CICO Books), so you can learn from the expert herself.

As someone with no patience – I love a speedy makeover. Revamping a piece of furniture in Chalk paint in a matter of hours is right up my street. Using Annie Sloan’s Chalk Paint is an amazing way to cover up the sins of old furniture and create something really special! I painted the legs of my horrible old dining table in Annie Sloan French Grey and it now looks bleeding wonderful. It took just one coat and I had an fab new dining table in just one hour. Take a look here.
Win a copy of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint workpaint with www.WeLoveHomeBlog.comThe book is a way to handy way to put all your ideas for future projects. I love the inspiration pictures in it. The handy tabs mean you can keep all your ideas in one place making it easy to find all your projects when you are ready to paint. It’s jam-packed with lots of tips too.

It’s a really beautiful book – something to really treasure. A place for you to store all your thoughts.Win a copy of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint workpaint with www.WeLoveHomeBlog.com

To win this rather lovely gift,  just pop your email in the box below and we’ll pick a winner by the 13th of November! Good luck everyone x If you want to see my other givaways – don’t forget to click here.

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  • geraldine@littlebigbell - Nice to meet you Maxine. Love Annie Sloan paint. I can still remember painting my benches 2 Christmases ago. So easy to do. Only difficult bit is to get the waxing and polishing done correctly which I found initially a bit tricky, then I was reliably told that i had to buff harder after the wax. Great giveaway 🙂3rd November 2015 – 8:33 pmReplyCancel

    • WeLoveHomeBlog - I’ve still not mastered the art of buffing! I get my mum round to help me. But the paint is fab and you can be so creative with it.4th November 2015 – 3:37 pmReplyCancel

  • Ruth Harwood - I have a bedside cabinet or two that would certaily benefit 😉4th November 2015 – 7:28 amReplyCancel

    • WeLoveHomeBlog - Good luck!4th November 2015 – 3:38 pmReplyCancel

  • Hayley Atkins - We have got an old chest of drawers that could do with some tlc and some clean,fresh paint.4th November 2015 – 9:03 amReplyCancel

    • WeLoveHomeBlog - Good luck!4th November 2015 – 3:38 pmReplyCancel

  • iain maciver - an old chair I have4th November 2015 – 10:44 amReplyCancel

    • WeLoveHomeBlog - Time to get creative4th November 2015 – 3:39 pmReplyCancel

  • Stacey Sheppard - I really need to pluck up the courage to give a makeover project a go. People always tell me how great Annie Sloane paint is. Maybe next year!5th November 2015 – 6:14 pmReplyCancel

    • WeLoveHomeBlog - You can do it!6th November 2015 – 9:28 amReplyCancel

  • claire woods - chest of drawers5th November 2015 – 8:33 pmReplyCancel

    • WeLoveHomeBlog - Love to see the end result6th November 2015 – 9:29 amReplyCancel

  • Sue Nicholl - I have a rather “well used” dining table that could do with a facelift – if I win this might be my first project xx6th November 2015 – 10:32 pmReplyCancel

    • WeLoveHomeBlog - Sounds like a great little project x7th November 2015 – 7:41 pmReplyCancel

  • claire griffiths - my chest of drawers7th November 2015 – 2:07 amReplyCancel

  • Emma Ellams - I have a mirror frame which I have been meaning to paint for a while. I would start with that 🙂8th November 2015 – 11:02 amReplyCancel

    • WeLoveHomeBlog - That sounds like a lovely simple project to start with.8th November 2015 – 7:15 pmReplyCancel

  • Michelle O'Neill - my dressing table9th November 2015 – 10:49 amReplyCancel

  • Mike Gerrie - My Wife’s dressing table9th November 2015 – 10:13 pmReplyCancel

  • Lizzy Cooper - I have a 20’s dressing table I’d love to transform!10th November 2015 – 10:23 amReplyCancel

  • Donna Caldwell - A little set of drawers for my daughter room10th November 2015 – 5:46 pmReplyCancel

  • Victoria Prince - A tired looking bookcase I own!11th November 2015 – 9:34 amReplyCancel

  • Jennifer Walker - I have a lovely rustic farmhouse table that I’ve been meaning to revive for a while!11th November 2015 – 2:54 pmReplyCancel

  • LEE HARDY - My daughters desk12th November 2015 – 11:54 amReplyCancel

  • sallyann johnston - I would love to do a pine set of drawers in my bedroom and also replace the knobs too! We just recently revamped a table and chair bought from the charity shop and they look amazing so want to try a different style of paint now x12th November 2015 – 3:32 pmReplyCancel

  • Karen Jones - I have an old sideboard that I am just trying to decide what colour to paint it and will definitely use Annie Sloan12th November 2015 – 3:42 pmReplyCancel

  • kelly morgan - my cabinet12th November 2015 – 5:09 pmReplyCancel

  • KATHY D - Bedside cabinet I picked up at the charity shop12th November 2015 – 5:40 pmReplyCancel

  • Denielle Nicol - An old wardrobe, I think it would look well funky!. Dxx12th November 2015 – 6:23 pmReplyCancel

  • Lorraine Stone - My wooden kitchen chairs ~12th November 2015 – 6:44 pmReplyCancel

  • Caroline Buckley - Our bedside tables12th November 2015 – 6:49 pmReplyCancel

  • Fiona K - I have a bedside table that is very scruffy but made of solid wood, so I’d like to do that first. Assuming I am successful with getting the finish looking suitably distressed on that small item, then I’d like to do a larger project such as my kitchen table and chairs. They are very scuffed so in need of some TLC.12th November 2015 – 7:12 pmReplyCancel

  • Barbara - Have made over a lampstand and coffee table and i’m now hooked. Fabulous prize giveaway.12th November 2015 – 7:27 pmReplyCancel

  • Jo Glasspool - My TV cabinet, its looking a bit sad.12th November 2015 – 7:41 pmReplyCancel

  • Laura Wilson - I’d love to do up my meter cupboard!! It is a proper eye sore in my living room!12th November 2015 – 7:44 pmReplyCancel

  • Nancy Bradford - I’d love to transform my daughter’s bunkbeds (currently plain pine).12th November 2015 – 7:52 pmReplyCancel

  • Gem Cook - Ive just bought a chest of drawers that i really want to do up x12th November 2015 – 7:57 pmReplyCancel

  • Tracy Nixon - A chest of drawers in my bedroom!12th November 2015 – 8:02 pmReplyCancel

  • Chantelle79 - My side board in my room and my TV cabinet. I’ve just started it, but I keep looking online at your advice and tips. This book would be a fab prize to me. Thank yo for the chance to win12th November 2015 – 8:13 pmReplyCancel

  • Rachel Craig - Dressing table.12th November 2015 – 8:33 pmReplyCancel

  • Minnie15 - An old vintage wardrobe! 🙂 x12th November 2015 – 8:34 pmReplyCancel

  • Corinne Peat - My bedside table12th November 2015 – 8:37 pmReplyCancel

  • Vickie Jackson - I have an old chest of drawers that has been with me through 3 house moves and is looking a bit tired. I’d live to be able to give it a new lease of life 🙂12th November 2015 – 9:48 pmReplyCancel

  • Kirsty - I’d love to transform my old pine dresser into a chic work of art.12th November 2015 – 9:52 pmReplyCancel

  • Shirley Evans - I wiil be using it on a chest of drawers12th November 2015 – 11:00 pmReplyCancel

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