FLOWER FROGS AND FLORENCE - new color and hardware storage

I picked up a tester pot of the new ASCP color called Florence.
It is a vibrant turquoise and I do love it. George has a collection of mason jars he has found at yard
sales, and when he wasn't looking I snuck off with several and painted them in a shade of this new
 color. He was so pleased he suggested offering them in the Etsy shop.

You can give your room a special pop of color with
vintage mason jars painted in your favorite color.

I mixed a small bit of ASCP Florence with Pure White to get this beachy color
and splashed it throughout our summer deck.

This weekend we had a very successful workshop on that same deck and everyone asked about the paint color.

 This is one of the projects I the ladies work on. They got to fill holes, brush paint, wax, distress,
drill, nail, and finally install new glass knobs.

Here is another use for vintage glass flower frogs.

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  1. I have a really cool flower frog and last month I put flowers in it. They died. I better round up something else to display, I didn't think of that.


  2. I'm really loving the color. What a wonderful idea!
    Happy Fourth to you and your family!

  3. How does it differ from Greek blue? I have used that one, however never see it used on any of the projects. I like it, do you?

  4. What a lovely color...great for beach decor.

  5. If you were close to me, I would definitely come to one of your classes!

  6. Thanks for joining our Hot Fun In The Summertime Party!! Great use of that color! Can't live without chalk paint!!
    Blessings, Lorraine

  7. I'm going to have to head out to the Passionate Home to get some of that paint! I love aqua and this would look great on my mason jar soap dispensers!!