We {heart} Paint Chips!

Have you ever used paint chips for anything other than choosing a color to paint your walls? If not, you must try it! This was an easy project I did this morning while my baby was napping :) Now that my mantel is finished, I decided to give my framed chalkboard a quick Valentine’s update…. Here are a few other views of my uplcycled “canvas to chalkboard” project:

 And now, here it is for Valentine’s Day:

I have this heart punch that has been collecting dust in my craft room, and I thought it would be really cute to put a twist on the ever-popular triangle pennant… and make a heart pennant. I wanted to use several shades of pink, to go along with my ombre yarn letters.
I went to Home Depot and grabbed a variety of pink paint samples. I used my heart punch to punch them all out, then I took some white twine and hot glued them on the twine. I hung the pennant up using regular old Scotch tape! Such an easy project, and it was basically free {since I had all the supplies on hand + free paint chips!}

I updated my winter coffee filter wreath with some simple fabric & lace flowers, and that’s it! I love seeing this new vignette every time I walk into my dining room :)

Check out these other fabulous projects using paint chips:
Create your own work of art by framing them…

Source: abeautifulmess.typepad.com via My Sister’s on Pinterest

Make some beautiful party decorations…

 

Source: curbly.com via My Sister’s on Pinterest

Use them as gift tags…

 

Source: realsimple.com via My Sister’s on Pinterest

and my FAVORITE… use them to create an entire wall treatment! Isn’t this gorgeous??

I hope this gives you guys some inspiration to go raid your local paint store today!

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  1. says

    I love the paint chips as a wall treatment. My children have a hideaway nook under our stairs that is kinda drab. I may try this on at least one wall. I think they would love it.

    I’m a new member and have enjoyed reading some of your older posts. Thanks.

    • says

      Thanks Jessica :) I’m trying to find a place to do this in my house too :) We’re just renting so I think it could be a fun temporary wall treatment! Thanks for following!! Have a great weekend!

  2. says

    Hey guys! Just found your blog! Love it! Also, glad to see your gonna do some magic on that awesome headboard you bought from us! I can’t wait to see what it looks like! (Send me before and after pics and Ill post it on out blog if you would like!) Wish I could have met you when it was delivered, from the things on here I bet we would get along great! Anyway, just wanted to say hi!
    Annalee Taylor (whiteplacefleamarket.blogspot.com) or my private blog (ourtaylorlife.blogspot.com)

    • says

      I’m so excited you found us! I’m working on the headboard, just taking staples off right now :) I might email you if I have any questions… hahaha! I’ve never recovered a tufted headboard that was already done :) I love all your furniture! I’ve been eying that blue and white chair that’s been on Craigslist… gorgeous!

  3. says

    Super cute!! I love your wreath too. And that chalkboard= LOVE! I recently bought a huge vintage framed chalkboard that I used for our Christmas countdown and now for Valentine’s Day. I love switching it up, just like yours!
    Have a great weekend.
    xo,
    Laurie @ Gallamore West :)

  4. says

    Okay, just wanted to say you guys are amazing! I am your newest follower! Stop by and say hello sometime!

    Kendall
    {songbirdsandbuttons.blogspot.com}

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