paint chip confetti

A festive use for that pile of free home store paint samples you may have laying around… Don’t have a pile of paint sample strips, you say? Start one today and in a few short shopping trips, you could fill a wall and make a very pretty backdrop for your next celebration. Use a one inch hole punch and double sided tape to adhere these colorful circles to any surface.

Designed by Styled Creative for a subtle revelry, photography by Alison Conklin.

blessings.

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Posted May 23, 2011
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11 Responses to “paint chip confetti”

  1. Lorena says:

    ooh fun! i love the colors and creativity of this…

    p.s. such a pretty header!

    –Lorena
    TravelDesignery.com
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  2. Lena says:

    What a clever idea, and such a lovely effect!

  3. kat jackson says:

    I have had some paint chip craft inspiration in my pinterest for a while now, great idea!

  4. so i whisper says:

    great idea. thinkijg they would also look good in a garland.

  5. audrey marie says:

    so fun and easy!!

  6. Stephie says:

    Such a cute idea! I love it! Stephie x

  7. What a great idea! They look so cute and playful–I feel like you could use them in a guest room or baby’s room on a more permanent basis :)

  8. Aubrey says:

    This is such a genius idea! I love the idea of this and it’s economical as well, which makes me love it even more (c:

  9. Nothings better then Free decorations! And these are super fun!

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  11. Ha. I do love paint chips (it started as a kid with the “free colour bookmarks” when my dad took us to the DIY store. It also taps into the part of my brain that LOVES the Pantone colour swatch) – great idea to actually *use* the chips I hoard for something useful! Although…then I wouldn’t be able to look at them all pretty and coordinated any more… I have issues, clearly.