Good morning... I'm painting my foyer today with "Skipping Stones" and "Christopher Robins Swing" ... I am curious how many of you have used a Disney color just because it's Disney??
Take the easy way out & use a stencil. Better yet, get some of those rub on transfers. If its up high enough you won't have to seal it.Originally posted by EmeraldDolphin
My foyer turned out pretty good! The colors are light, and brighten up the room... I'm thinking I may call upon some old h.s. art skills and hand paint some ivy over the doors in a darker green... I should have my head examined! :hammer:
Go slow, use very little paint each time & dab the brush, never sweep across. Remember you can add more paint, but its almost impossible to remove some. My sister did a border around her kitchen & hated it. She repainted the walls & got a paper border.Originally posted by EmeraldDolphin
I found the perfect one at Michael's... now for my first attempt at stenciling
The Disney Paint collection is from Behr Paints. Check them out:Originally posted by barnum42
I’ve not seen these paints in the UK. Though I am considering using some of the colour schemes from Animal Kingdom – the fusion of bright and natural colours.
As it said "Home Deopt" only I went to the B&Q webite and found them there. In the UK they are part of the Crown range of paints.Originally posted by tigsmom
The Disney Paint collection is from Behr Paints. Check them out: