Sharol Bachmeier

Sharol Bachmeier

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Learn how to use Vintage Duck Egg, Stormy Seas and Driftwood Together from Dixie Belle Paint Company! This amazing piece is easy peasy to create! #dixiebellepaint #bestpaintonplanetearth #chalklife #homedecor #doityourself #diy #chalkmineralpaint #chalkpa

Learn how to use Vintage Duck Egg, Stormy Seas and Driftwood Together from Dixie Belle Paint Company! This amazing piece is easy peasy to create! #dixiebellepaint #bestpaintonplanetearth #chalklife #homedecor #doityourself #diy #chalkmineralpaint #chalkpa

Pie Art - You can make anything into art. These are really cool though. I want to try it myself.

Pie Art - You can make anything into art. These are really cool though. I want to try it myself.

Easy Low Carb Keto Blueberry Muffins Recipe (made with almond flour) -- These quick and easy low carb keto muffins are perfect for breakfast, snacks and on the go! They're all high in protein, and most of them are made with almond flour or coconut flour-- healthy, sugar free, gluten free and delicious! Listotic.com

Easy Low Carb Keto Blueberry Muffins Recipe (made with almond flour) -- These quick and easy low carb keto muffins are perfect for breakfast, snacks and on the go! They're all high in protein, and most of them are made with almond flour or coconut flour-- healthy, sugar free, gluten free and delicious! Listotic.com

Annie Sloan​'s previous Painter in Residence, Ildiko Horvath used her signature ombré technique to give this wardrobe a bold new look. She started at the top with Chalk Paint® in Amsterdam Green and a little Pure, blending into a mix of Duck Egg Blue and Louis Blue. She then added Greek Blue with a mix of Pure, gradually going down into Napoleonic Blue at the bottom. The details and edges are brushed with Graphite to create a sense of depth.

Annie Sloan​'s previous Painter in Residence, Ildiko Horvath used her signature ombré technique to give this wardrobe a bold new look. She started at the top with Chalk Paint® in Amsterdam Green and a little Pure, blending into a mix of Duck Egg Blue and Louis Blue. She then added Greek Blue with a mix of Pure, gradually going down into Napoleonic Blue at the bottom. The details and edges are brushed with Graphite to create a sense of depth.