July 9, 2012

The Bland Bathroom Makeover Part II


Remember this photo of my bland bathroom?†


Well, I've made some great progress on the makeover. I chose this awesome shower curtain from Target that is full of pattern. Due to the way the bathroom is laid out, the shower curtain is parallel to the doorway. When you walk past the bathroom, you see the shower curtain. And I'm glad that it's visible so I can enjoy it!


And since the Chip It! tool from Sherwin-Williams showed me which colors would work best, I decided to go with Overjoy for the walls!†

I think a yellow bathroom will be a lot of fun. And Overjoy is bright and light enough to really liven up the space.

I found a few other accessories that complement the colors in the shower curtain as well.


I love how that little white vase on the left mirrors the flower pattern on the shower curtain. And it's delicate enough to sit amongst other bottles and vases on the sink without taking up too much space.

The light pink soap dispenser came from Target. I like that I can pull in a little bit of pink without it being too pink.


I love these containers for q-tips and cotton balls. These will sit on the sink as well, so guests can find them easily. There is nothing worse than staying at someone's home and not being able to find little bathroom necessities like these. Leaving them visible--but contained--is a great way to decorate a countertop.†

I've also been inspired by this photo and am hoping to find some flowers and a similar vase.

For wall art, I'm hoping to find something simple, since the shower curtain is so busy. Maybe even a decal or a metal "piece" instead of art. I'll have to see what I can find!†

Have you tested out the Chip It! button yet? †Drag the Chip It! button to your toolbar:
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It's so simple, and really helps you think outside the box with color options. You can watch a short video on how to use it here.
I can't wait to show you the bathroom when it's finished. I'm hoping for a fresh and bright room for my guests!†

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371 comments:

  1. I would use this photo, http://pinterest.com/pin/153474299772250614/
    All of these colors would be perfect for my bedroom remodel!

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  2. I tweeted this giveaway! https://twitter.com/WhiskTangoFox/status/222295142181244928

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  3. I am in the middle of trying to find inspiration for my daughter's nursery. This pin always makes me smile. I think I'll use this pin for color inspiration: http://pinterest.com/pin/150659550004197302/

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  4. I'd really like to find inspiration for my living room...which has white walls...and floral couches. Yuck.

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  5. I haven't used chip it before, but this will come in handy with new home renvo's!! Tweeted it too :)

    https://twitter.com/GlamorousLife3

    -- Fotini { http://glamorousbride.blogspot.com }

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  6. I love love LOVE that shower curtain from target! Great choice!

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  7. Like the new shower curtain!

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  8. I have the same soap thingy from Target, love it!

    http://everydayshopaholic.blogspot.com

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  9. I would chip most of our new house! We close on the 10th of August, the day before my birthday.

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  10. My husband has finally surrendered and is allowing my to completely decorate (with the exception to the spare room, his office) our new apartment. Since, we will be painting the walls and are getting all new furniture, I doing one room at a time. This picture was the initial inspiration for our room colors. With help form our new bedding.

    http://www.westelm.com/products/camille-indoor-planters-c877/?pkey=cvases-planters

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  11. http://letschipit.com/Chip/Create?url=http%3A%2F%2Fuploads.letschipit.com%2FA9412f5V6X0uBJgalpEy199143614743321423_hHDIryXb_c.jpg

    I love these colors! Thanks for introducing me to Chip it! I want to paint my whole house now! LOL

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  12. I'm so happy you blogged about this today - We close on our new house in less than 2 weeks and I'm having anxiety about paint colors/decorations. Almost everything in the house is beige, so I have a blank canvas to work with. Exciting, but overwhelming! Chip It will be such a useful tool for me!

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  13. I have chip-it, and love this image: http://letschipit.com/Chip/n9lyGS/

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  14. Melissa MirarchiJuly 9, 2012 at 8:36 AM

    I'd like to chip this image. It has nice warm tones a a few brighter colors for a nice contrast.

    http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/national-parks/top-10-landmarks/#/landmark-national-park-mount-rainier_34820_600x450.jpg

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  15. I have this print that I got for my birthday last year and wanted to paint to not overwhelm the space and Chip It is an awesome tool! I am excited to try it!

    http://www.art.com/products/p12838878-sa-i2055985/vincent-van-gogh-almond-branches-in-bloom-san-remy-c1890.htm?sorig=cat&sorigid=155704&dimvals=155704&ui=aeddb9448e814c1e98222abbac0212d4

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  16. I want to update our kitchen/dining room and would love to use "chip-it" to match the blue walls from a room of the house we always rent for our week at the beach. I would love to have a reminder of beach time in our home! We cherish our week at the beach!

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  17. We just bought a new house.... I will be chipping a lot!

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  18. I would love to chip this Paule Marrot painting: http://pinterest.com/pin/131589620332113848/

    More so, if I owned it and could incorporate it too :)

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  19. We have been taking about how we need to freshen up our house this winter so we could really use it and the gift cards. I LOVE yellow~

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  20. I love very soft and most of the time neutral colors! I would love to chip this pictures and redo one of my bathrooms too!

    http://pinterest.com/pin/186969821999839213/

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  21. Chip it is AWESOME! I will be using it as we remodel our master bathroom.

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  22. I would chip the beach that is less than 10 minutes from our new little apartment. Since we can't paint the apartment, I'd be getting a head start on decorating our house that we'll be buying in the spring.

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  23. I would love to use the chip on my bedroom Trying to repaint and can't quite decide on color. Thinking about rainwashed, but it would be great to see how it looks first. Thanks for all your tips. Especially hair!!

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  24. I tweeted this too: https://twitter.com/kimmin121/status/222316978197643265

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  25. My husband and I are building a new house and when I saw your blog post about Chip-It several weeks back, I got so excited! It was exactly what I needed to plan ahead and figure out how I was going to style each room.
    So far I have used Chip-It to create styles for our master suite (see below), our study (Safari/African), our two guest bedrooms (Vintage and Asian), our guest bathroom (Bold and bright, dancing in the rain-ish), and our kitchen (Italian). I told you I got excited! :)

    Below are links to the two images used to create our master suite design style. This is actually the honeymoon suite we stayed in on our wedding night back in January! I thought it would be very nostalgic to design our bedroom just like our honeymoon suite, not to mention the fact that we adored the elegent, yet royal feel of the room!

    http://www.thecampbellhotel.com/images/galleries/Room221/photo2.jpg
    http://www.thecampbellhotel.com/images/galleries/Room221/photo5.jpg

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  26. Any forest scene would be perfect for me - I love greens and browns!

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  27. I plan to Chip It with this lovely scene for my new bedroom as of Sept 1:
    http://pandafreshome.tumblr.com/post/17524462031

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  28. We are about to make our second move in 5 months. We will finally be in a more permanent space and I can decorate. Yay! I haven't pulled out decorations here due to the short time we are here. Ugh! Itching to decorate and paint! Big moves, like 1500 miles across the US. Would love to use chip it

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  29. I am painting three rooms this summer...bedroom, bathroom, and family room. Here are my chips for each one:http://chipcards.letschipit.com/nL7FIv.jpg (bathroom), http://chipcards.letschipit.com/gcoLMY.jpg (bedroom), http://chipcards.letschipit.com/OI7HJg.jpg (family room). Love chip it!! Thank you for sharing that great link with us :)

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  30. I tweeted!
    https://twitter.com/accordingtoalg/status/222318779080781825

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  31. I would use it for my basement!

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  32. This looks awesome! I love that shower curtain and all the accents you have selected. I need to do some work on my guest bathroom...it's boring :-/

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  33. I would like to use the chip it tool for our guest bathroom (it's looking a little dated), and our master bath. I just used Sherwin Williams paint this past week to paint both of my children's closets....great paint!

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  34. I would love to change up the kitchen--it's our last room with wallpaper!

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  35. I love the shower curtain! I think the "chip it" tool would be really helpful while working on my kitchen - especially since I keep finding amazing kitchens all over pinterest but can't figure out what color paints they use...so frustrating!

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  36. I think your makeover is well underway!!! Love the bright and cheerful shower curtain! Can't wait to see the finished product...

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  37. i think the chip it tool would come in handy for painting our guest bathroom. ever since we moved into our house 3 years ago, it's been a boring tan color, but i'm not sure which direction in which to go with it.

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  38. Hi Kate! Thank you for doing this giveaway! I would really like to "chip" an outdoor table that is made of birch wood. I have been trying to figure out what cheerful color to paint it, but I can't seem to decide. The chip it tool will really help me to pick an awesome color!

    Link:http://i1126.photobucket.com/albums/l603/melbarrett7/photo2.jpg

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  39. I would use the "chip it" tool on a fun new piece of fabric I found. I would use the color to redo my bathroom!

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  40. I tweeted the giveaway! :)

    Handle: @GandBblog

    URL: https://twitter.com/GandBblog/status/222328088179122176

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  41. I will be using it when we paint our nursery and office!

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  42. I would use chip it on my bland family room!

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  43. Wow! How cool is this? Would have been VERY useful in preventing us from reprinting our master bathroom FOUR times before we got it right! Tan? Bleh. Grey? Snore. Peach? Agh! Burn it with fire!!! Red? Ahhhh. THERE we go!

    Journeymom_1@yahoo. Com

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  44. Sweet! Just added this to my toolbar! Unfortunately I have an entire bland living room!

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  45. I have an awesome quilt that I would use as an inspiration for the chip it tool. I would want to redo my bedroom around the quilt. Love your bathroom!

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  46. Like the new shower curtain! I've got to check out World Market for some cute bathroom/house items too!

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  47. I would love to use the chip it tool for my living room. What a great idea!

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  48. I want to chip-it this waverly fabric - thinking about using it as sun room curtains!

    http://www.joann.com/home-decor-upholstery-fabric-waverly-small-talk-blackbird/zprd_10541126a/

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  49. I saw this cute bright yellow rocking chair that I'd like to chip so that I could match mine to it!

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  50. I love the shower curtain. i think ill use chip it to help finish my son's room. thanks for the tip.

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  51. 1) I'm a college student on a bit of a tight budget and I'd love to chip my own room using these two for inspiration: http://pinterest.com/pin/51861833178504704/ and http://pinterest.com/pin/51861833178612966/

    I already have some yellow undertones and I'd love to work with those.

    2) tweeted this too: https://twitter.com/mehebda

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  52. I'd chip this: http://pinterest.com/pin/8022105556475039/ I just love the color palette... and we're not expecting, but I might save it for a kids room someday!

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  53. Kate this has to do with your clothes and not the bathroom color. I was looking back trying to find the jeans you said you loved so much. Can you tell me what brand and style they were? I can't seem to find the post about them.

    Thanks from Hickory!

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  54. I have a painting in my living room I would use. Would love to find a new color for the space!
    kclardy82@gmail.com

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  55. What a great giveaway! My sister-in-law offered to make some throw pillows for my new apartment but I'm at a loss as to which colors would go best in the room. The chip it would be perfect!

    lodear.wordpress.com

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  56. I have never seen the Chip It tool before! I would love to use this in my living room. I went crazy and bought an out there piece of art, I would love to see what colors would work with it!

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  57. I'm trying to decorate a nursery for twins and think this is my inspiration:
    http://jennicanknit.blogspot.fr/2012/06/usa-letters.html
    I think chip it will help me with the decor!

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  58. We recently got a new bedding set for our master bedroom and chip it sounds great to pick some colors to update the rest of the room and adjoining bath

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  59. I would chip this: http://pinterest.com/pin/256916353712173866/ Love the colors!

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  60. Hey Kate! I think you should let me paint something for your bathroom:-)
    I think you need a simple square canvas in the colors of your curtain. It would look nice to have a close-up floral, a bird and branch, or a simple line of vases. It would make my day if you checked out my blog:-)
    www.jennyhallart.com

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  61. Hi Kate. Love the color choice for the bathroom. Some day I am going to do mine in turquiose and brown pattern ... which will come with our bathroom hull over! :) My color inspiration will be for one of my daughters rooms. My mom bought her new decor for her bedroom - daisies, which I think it precious ... http://www.celebratinghome.com/sites/debrasparks/PWPShowProduct.ashx?ProgramProductId=7902&ProgramCategoryId=181

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  62. Can't wait to see your bathroom, Kate! I love that tool...I'm going to try it on an arrangment of peonies...that should help me find the perfect shade of pink! :)

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  63. I would use Chip It! on a painting I love in our bedroom so that I could match everything to it!

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  64. I love Color, so chip it will come n handy for me. I would use it in my daughters room. She loves everything orange, and it is easier topick out a comforter and match the wall Colorado, other than the other way around.

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  65. I would use it for all of these wonderful pillows to re-do my bedroom or guest bedroom/office. such an awesome idea!

    http://pinterest.com/pin/180495897535217530/

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  66. I would use it to redo my kitchen. It needs a makeover SOON!

    Debbie Dunbar
    debbiedunbar@comcast.net

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  67. There was a huge painting I saw at World Market that I would love to buy for my laundry room/office and then "chip it" for colors to complement. It had a lot of olive green and white, yellow, and bright red poppies. :)

    Kristen

    women@northshorefellowship.org

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  68. I would chip a picture of a Grey, Old English cottage with a green landscape around it. Seeing images like that make me super relaxed!
    bmbarrow@hotmail.com

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  69. I would love to find a great compliment to my favorite chair. I love the colors and pattern but not sure what color to paint the walls.
    ~Monica

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  70. I wrote a blog post about this give-away, The Small Things Blog, and our new home-building process with pictures of ALL of my Chip-It color ideas! Check it out here:

    http://leahlanaewillis.blogspot.com/2012/07/blogger-i-love-chip-it-tool-and-our-new.html

    This give-away would be SUCH a help in getting our new home ready to move into! No matter what, though... thanks for sharing the Chip-It information... it totally made my life easier in trying to decide how to decorate the house!

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      For some reason that first link didn't work when I tried it on my phone...

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  71. Chip It! I am trying to redo our kitchen. I have a few images I'd like to try! It's all bland and off white with wood everywhere. Nothing pops right now.

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  73. I would chip this picture I took last fall:
    http://media-cache-ec7.pinterest.com/upload/273523377338195542_zrFKOUGg.jpg
    I just moved in to a new place and I am trying to make it more masculine while keeping my poppy and green theme going through the apartment. I would love to have paint that matches part of a fall tree.

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  74. I just found out I am having a baby girl and can't wait to get started decorating her nursery! I was looking online at crib bedding this weekend and found several that I love. Once I pick one I will definitely be using Chip It to find a coordinating color to paint the nursery walls. Thanks for the tip!

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  75. I'll use ChipIt to help with a new paint color in my living room. I just have to find the right picture!!!

    Louise in Northeast OK

    l.horner@netzero.com

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  76. I think I might use Chip It to find a paint color that matches one of my throw pillows on my bed.

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  77. My living room is in serious need of some color!! I'm going to check it out!

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  78. The chip it is SO much fun!!! :):)
    http://letschipit.com/Chip/O7j07I/

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  79. I have this amazing hand-painted teacup. My grandma gave it to me when I was about 3 years old, it was a piece from her grandma's wedding china. I love it and I've always wanted to decorate my kitchen around it. I think I will have to use the chip it program and see what I can do with it!

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  80. We're in the same boat but with our own bathroom (we only have 1 bathroom for the house). The house came built with a blue-ish/turquoise tile around the bottom half of one side of the bathroom (where the shower is) and we bought a simple yet elegant with its pattern, dark brown shower curtain and rug. Now that we stripped the horrific wallpaper down that was in there, we're looking for a complimentary color with CHIP IT to see what would look best with the tile and the curtain! It's a great tool, my husband is way more psyched about this than I am!

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  81. TWITTERED it to! https://twitter.com/KatieSundt/status/222393489915248640

    Looking for a color to paint our dreadful looking bathroom... CHIP IT and it gives you colors that complement what's already in there! ‪#love

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  82. I would use chip it with a photo of cherry blossoms I took in Washington DC last year. Someday when we need a nursery, we're going to design the room around that photo!

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  83. My fiance and I are moving into our first new home together - we've lived in an underground apartment for YEARS so we're excited to move into a place with natural light. I'm a photographer, and so we'd like to chip a picture I took of sunrise in our home town last year for a bold, modern pop to our home!

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  84. Tweeted! https://twitter.com/lmt_582/status/222397761629323264

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  85. I'd love to use Chip It in the kitchen of our first house! It would help us to match to our Laurie Gates floral dinnerware that I'm obsessed with!

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  86. I posted on Twitter. https://twitter.com/natasharobnson/status/222398469770461185

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  87. I'd love to use chip it to redo my bedroom! I'd use a fabric that I just bought for a purse I'm sewing, I love the color scheme. Thank you!
    Daisy_ Barbosa@yahoo.com

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  88. I have a lovely serving platter that I would Chip It!

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  89. I tweeted about your giveaway! https://twitter.com/scc264/status/222398051342487553

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  90. I had never heard of Chip It but now I can't wait to use it for our kitchen redo!

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  91. I would use it for my bedroom. I am wanting to give my bedroom a fresh makeover. Thank you for this opportunity! We could really use the visa gift card!

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  92. Getting ready to move cross-country to a 100 year old farmhouse. Oh, and the entire thing needs to be painted. I would love to win the giveaway.

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  93. I would love to "chip" the colors of Prince Edward Island in the summer time...the bright red of the dirt, lush greens of the fields and the brilliant blue of the ocean! My favorite place to travel in the summer months.

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  94. I just added the Chip It! button to my toolbar and can't wait tot start using it!
    I blogged about what I want to "chip" and your giveaway here: http://ashleyandbillcostarica.blog.com/2012/07/09/the-lautars-come-to-visit/

    Good luck everyone!

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  95. I just chipped this image on Pinterest that I've been oogly over- love the color combos and green on green and blue on blue effect with different color values. http://pinterest.com/pin/242138917434856937/
    I love the colors Chip It provided- especially Deep Sea Blue. :)

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  96. I want to chip my shower curtain in my guest bath. I've had it for years but have never really done anything with it!

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  97. The Chip It tool looks so neat! I have a picture of the sunset on our wedding day filled with different shades of pinks, grays, and blues. I would love to design the guest bedroom using those colors!

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  98. I would like to chip my bedroom duvet to brighten up the space

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  99. I would chip my favorite picture that my honey has taken which is of a curled leaf- I think it is perfect because it has soft yellows, greens, and blues- and would accent my living room perfectly!

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  100. Just bought the same shower curtain Yesterday. Love it! I wiuld chip my kitchen. Very, very bland. Needs some help in the color department

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  101. I'd love to chip this image http://pinterest.com/pin/225391156321212944/. I think the creams and golds are just the perfect shades.

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  102. I would chip some pillows my mom recently made me. They are the perfect colors which brighten, yet are soothing and calm.
    Olivia
    totallyolivia@aol.com

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  103. My office/guest bedroom. I've painted every room in my house (bought three years ago), but I've never been pleased with the color in this space. I had a vision, and it just...fell flat.

    I have a great fabric swatch from Pottery Barn I'd love to match. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  104. I'd love to find a nice turqoise and pink piece of artwork to go in my bathroom along with the beautiful colors in the picture in the link below, tell me what you think :)
    http://sweetcsdesigns.com/archives/3634

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  105. I have never heard of chip it, it sounds very interesting and would help a whole ton with redecorating.

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  106. I would love to "chip" this photo: http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-HhZJ1WAlYoA/T-nKSEbNHSI/AAAAAAAAFEY/FY2PjA02mxA/s1600/91620173639562306_vkmlVa7l_c.jpg
    love the bright colors! would make a great bathroom color scheme!

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  107. i'd use one of my wedding photos - my flowers were my favorite colors! scg00387 at yahoo dot com

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  108. https://twitter.com/DesMoinesDealin/status/222450604130312192 scg00387 at yahoo dot com

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  109. I would love to "chip" a picture of my shower curtain as well and get some life into my boring "beige" walls in that room! We are hoping to redo that bathroom soon!

    jordan521.black@gmail.com

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  111. I posted on twitter!
    https://twitter.com/kt53089/status/222453065079463936

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  112. I would use this as inspiration for my bedroom! http://pinterest.com/pin/166422148700678622/

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  113. I actually used 'Chip It' after you first mentioned it! I took a picture of the crib sheet I'm using in our nursery and it came up with the best color options! We haven't quite gotten to painting YET, but when we do I know the tool I'll use to pick out the colors!

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  114. i used Chip It for one of my pinterest photos with an interesting green colored trolley car: http://pinterest.com/pin/191262315395410593/

    thismomwins@gmail.com

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  115. tweeted: https://twitter.com/thismomwins/status/222462913783398402

    thismomwins@gmail.com

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  116. We are currently finishing our basement and the hubby put me in charge of paint colors!!! I have a beautiful blue glass hurricane from zgallerie that is my inspiration piece, cannot wait to "chip it" tonight!!

    Kaitlyn, kn1020@hotmail.com

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  117. I would love to find some inspiration for my bedroom. Well, the future bedroom. We are going to be buying a house in the near future, and I love that the chip it tool exists. It should make the whole process so much easier!!

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  118. I love hearing about chip it! If I won the contest I would use the winnings to redo my bedroom!

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  119. I would love to "chip" a pic of some vintage curtains that were given to me by my mother-in-law. I love the curtains, but have never known what color I should put on the walls in order to hang them! Can't wait to try this!

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  120. Ive been eyeing this shower curtain for some time now. If I could find the right paint to go with this, I would definitely buy it!!
    http://www.anthropologie.com/anthro/product/home-bath-showercurtains/993372.jsp

    Rebeccabrennan90@yahoo.com

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  121. I would like to "chip" a silk pillow cover that I have. It was given to me after a friend returned from China and it has a beautiful tree embroidered on the front. The colors are so rich with deep red, green and gold.

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  122. I would "chip" the comforter in my bedroom and a picture I have for the master bath

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  123. I would like to chip a new bedspread for my daughter, as we are decorating her new bedroom this summer!

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  124. I would love to "chip" a vintage water color that I purchased while in France. I want to use the colors in it to redecorate my room.

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  125. I have a picture on Pinterest and would love to chip it so I can find that perfect shade of yellow to go with it!

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  126. Could I chip my pool? Love the blue color. Thanks for the giveaway.

    terilybb@aol.com

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  127. some of my grandma's quilts would be so fun to paint a bedroom around :)

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  128. I love our bedspread that had blues, oranges, yellows, and red. I would love to chip it!

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  129. I'd like to chip a hydrangea in a garden at my friend's home, or maybe a beach scape.

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  130. Kansas City ChickJuly 9, 2012 at 10:58 PM

    If love to chip the orange of a fall oak tree for something funky and bright.

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  131. I don't have a picture of it to link to, but my husband and I got this awesome picture by a Greek artist in Santorini (where we got engaged!) that we have framed in our bathroom and is full of the gorgeous Santorini blue. Someday I'd love to paint a spot wall with that same perfect shade of blue and this chip tool would be PERFECT to make that happen!

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  132. I would love to chip a quilt my grandmother made for me, I love the colors in it.

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  133. I would chip the new fabric we have picked out for my daughter's new bedding. Want to make sure we pick the best wall colors :)

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  134. I would like to chip a new bed spread I just bought to help with my wall color decision! The chip also seems useful for figuring out colors for other things such as rugs and pillows. Very excited!

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  135. So I just moved into a new home YESTERDAY which is over twice the size of my previous one!! Yay!!! But with so much extra space, we have had lots to do to get it ready. I saw the Chip It feature on here and gave it a shot with all 4 of my children's bedding and my own. The results were amazing! Then I went on to use it for living, dining and kitchen also. And Sherwin Williams had all paint 30% off last week. Soooo glad you mentioned it on here! I have showed it to everyone who has come to help with the house!!

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  136. So I just moved into a new home YESTERDAY which is over twice the size of my previous one!! Yay!!! But with so much extra space, we have had lots to do to get it ready. I saw the Chip It feature on here and gave it a shot with all 4 of my children's bedding and my own. The results were amazing! Then I went on to use it for living, dining and kitchen also. And Sherwin Williams had all paint 30% off last week. Soooo glad you mentioned it on here! I have showed it to everyone who has come to help with the house!!

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  137. I am turning my closet (well, half of it anyway) into an office and can't decide between about 10 colors! Chip It would be an awesome way to "test drive" the colors.

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  138. I'd love to 'chip' these curtains from Anthropologie! I think all the contrasting colors would look fabulous in my living room!
    http://www.anthropologie.com/anthro/product/home-curtains/20768776.jsp

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  139. I painted and old Window a teal color and it hangs in my living room.. I love it and I'd love to add to it and the colors in my living room.

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  140. I love the color you chose!!! I love grey and yellow, as seen on my blog. www.joyfulsearches.blogspot.com I love this giveaway!!!! I would love to do an ocean theme, but not too literal. I was thinking about a grey/blue color. Slightly dark and moody. Will definitely be using the Chip it tool! Thanks!

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  141. I'd like to "chip" a picture of my girls and then paint their bathroom that color!

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  142. I'd like to chip a picture of my husband and son that was taken almost 5 years ago.. They were digging in rocks with a lake behind them and behind that is the Teton mountains. I absolutely love the photo and have it hanging in my living room.

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  143. My hubby and I just bought a new house and the thing I'm looking forward to the most is painting it! We've been in a rental for a couple years and werent allowed to paint over the white walls- b o r i n g
    I used Chip It! to find colors to go with my sons comforter and also to match these really cool lampshades I have in my room. I have all the colors all picked out in my head, now I just need to get them onto the walls! Thanks for introducing me to this awesome tool!
    http://andallthingsfabulous.blogspot.com/

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  144. I would love to use chip it on a picture from a recent vacation to Jiuzhaigou National Park in China. The colors there were absolutely amazing!

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  145. Thanks for sharing Chip It! I can't wait to try it out!!!! I just bought a new comforter set for my daughters room and was having a hard time trying to decide what color to paint the walls.

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  146. I would chip Cades Cove (at Smoky Mountain Nat'l Park, TN) at dawn. Such a beautiful array of colors there in the morning. Google it! Thanks for the chip it info!

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  147. How easy and helpful!! We just purchased our first home. This will be a great tool!!! I love neutrals I chipped this picture from pinterest http://letschipit.com/Chip/8lywiv. So into greiges!!

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  148. I have AT LEAST 20 images on Pinterest that I want to use Chip It! on. Thanks for the info!
    akwardsugarblog.blogspot.com

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  149. I need help finding the perfect shade of gray. I think Chip It my be the answer.

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  150. After six months living in different cities following my husband's new job my son and I are finally moving to where my husband is! We close on our house next Friday and my first project is for my son's room... my mother purchased this bedding for him as a gift, and now we have a puke green walls to cover with something new! I just have to find the perfect color!

    http://www.potterybarnkids.com/products/gator-embroidered-duvet/?pkey=e%7Cgator%7C4%7Cbest%7C0%7C1%7C24%7C%7C3&cm_src=PRODUCTSEARCH||NoFacet-_-NoFacet-_-NoMerchRules-_-

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  151. Here is the image to the living room I wish I had... unfortunately, my living room looks nothing like this. It has one big picture window, two little square crank windows, and a door on 3 of the 4 walls. It's a long galley-styled room that is hard to place furniture in. This inspiration came from a need to have a calm place in such a chaotic life. By bringing these colors to my very bland living room, I feel like me and my other half will be able to relax at the end of the day.

    http://livelovedecorate.files.wordpress.com/2010/07/zen-living-room.jpg?w=600

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  152. We live in military housing, so paiting the walls is a no-no. :( But, I would love to re-decorate a few rooms in my house. My husband is currently deployed, so during this deployment, it is my goal to revamp! My plan is to revamp my desk area. As a full time college student, I need more organization (and it has to be cute too!). I would also like to do something with our downstairs (guest) bathroom. It's bland too and needs some red! And finally, my youngest daughter is on the autism spectrum so needless to say her room constantly looks like a tornado! I need organization, organization and more organization. I would also love to paint her dresser (which she uses for her toys) her favorite color to help add a pop in the room!

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  153. I am in the process of converting my Dad's old garage into an apartment for me! Chip it is really going to help me pick all the colors I need! I have a wonderful quilt that I'll be using in my room and it may be hard to match colors up.

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  154. Wow, what a cute curtain! I think you made a good choice for the wall color. I want to use the Chip It! tool for my master bath. We'll see what kind of ideas it comes up with!

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  155. Featured this wonderful idea on my wedding blog!

    http://ticketboothno92.blogspot.com/2012/07/wedding-color-palettes.html

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  156. I absolutely love this idea and the Sherwin Williams app "CHIP IT!" It has inspired me in so many ways (c:

    Thank you, thank you!

    Heather

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  157. I want to chip a picture that I took at the beach a few years ago -- it has a dock in the background and a wooden fence and beach grass in the foreground!

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  158. I would chip my New bedspread. Has lots of color in it!

    Thanks!

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  159. I took this picture on the way home one day and I would love to use the colors in a bathroom:

    http://ifyoucouldseewhatisee.blogspot.com/2012/04/scattered-showers-tuesday-i-was-driving.html


    What a fantastic tool! Thanks Sherwin Williams!

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  160. I tweeted here:
    https://twitter.com/tammigirl/status/223023328493973504

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  161. I'm moving to a new apartment shortly and need some color ideas. I'd use chip on a photo of a friend's bridal bouquet - lots of hydrangeas, but also used decorative lettuce. It was fresh and bright, but also very soft - perfect for a bedroom or living space!

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  162. I'm remodeling my home and love that picture and have it as inspiration for my bathroom. So glad I found it on pinterest. I would color chip a painting that is in my living room. It has the perfect blue hue and would love it on my walls.

    southernhodgepodge@gmail.com

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  163. tweeted about it!

    https://twitter.com/ashleyyeteva

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  164. I'm loving the Chip It! I'm trying to change the color scheme in my house from red/orange/brown to teal/blue/brown and I'm lost! I also have a new nursery to decorate!

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  165. I'm buying my first house this month and I absolutely LOVE "Chip It!" Thanks for sharing. I'm planning to makeover most of the rooms in the new house so this will come in handy. I'm loving this photo, http://pinterest.com/pin/189784571767175026/, as inspiration for my home office. It's calming and soothing....let's just hope I get some work done :) Chip it picked the perfect wall color, "Wondrous Blue."

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  166. tweet tweet

    https://twitter.com/sarahboling

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  167. I am painting my new front door a bright color and I want to chip my shutters!

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  168. I would chip this image! Perfect gray! http://pinterest.com/pin/215258057159910816/

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  169. I tweeted! https://twitter.com/readams49

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  170. I'd like to use this one of the jewelry I sell: http://letschipit.com/Chip/NrQ8pG
    nuthouse(at)centurytel(dot)net

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  171. tweeted: https://twitter.com/KerryBishop/status/223229542276415489
    nuthouse(at)centurytel(dot)net

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  172. I have been wanting to chip a picture of the golden wheat and the open blue skies around my home to base my bedroom redo upon! The beige gold of the wheat and the blue grey of the sky would be a gorgeous palette that is different!

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  173. I'd like to chip this image:
    http://media-cache-ec3.pinterest.com/upload/236861261621635498_sLQbnKji_f.jpg
    chainmail (at)iwon (dot) com

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  174. I tweeted about this
    https://twitter.com/The_Sunshyn/status/223313039032717312
    chainmail (at)iwon (dot) com

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  175. I would like to chip a picture my son took of a beautiful sunset, the colors are just lovely.

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  176. tweet https://twitter.com/annedoggett/status/223483792231366656

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  177. I love your shower curtain! I'd love if Target had that in a quilt! I love the colors too, so I'd actually use that as a picture.

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  178. I'd like to find inspiration for my playroom!

    melduke26 at gmail dot com

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  179. Wow I love Chip it! I am interior designer and am always helping people choose a paint color. Now I can show them how easy it is with this Chip it! So, glad I read your blog today!! I would definately use chip it on this pic:

    http://tobifairley.com/blog/2011/before-after-my-daughters-room/after-1-3/

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  180. I have seen Chip It samples all over Pinterest and have been trying to find it! As someone with a deep love for interior decorating, I can't wait to use it! I would love to "Chip" one or two of my favorite photos from my wedding on May 26! Our photographer did an amazing job and we have many pictures with awesome color, bright blue sky on a beach and deep red barn wood!=)

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  181. I have struggled with how I want to decorate our new house. I just learned about Chip It the other day and think it will help with the decision making!

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  182. I would definitely chip this:
    http://img1.etsystatic.com/000/0/5719765/il_fullxfull.271128665.jpg
    I love how warm the colors are and it reminds me of my favorite tea weather! :)

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  183. Thanks for the post. I've been wanting to update my bathroom and this blog really inspired me. I loved your new shower curtain that I went to Target and got it. I'm so excited to get started!

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  184. I would like to "chip" a picture of the ocean I took on our last cruise! The water was sooo blue! I said at the time I took the picture, "I wish there was a way to bottle this color so I could paint my walls." Now it seems like there is a way!

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  185. I'm ready for a change in my bedroom, and I'd like to "chip" a photo of the glorious hydrangeas in bloom here on Cape Cod right now. They're everywhere, and I can't begin to describe the rich, depth of the blues, violets and pinks. As I drive to work each morning, these colors make me so happy to live in such a beautiful area, and I think that would be a wonderful feeling for my bedroom, too!

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  186. I'd love to "chip" a super cute nursery print I saw on Etsy for my daughter's room!

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  187. I want to chip some photos of Ireland and the rolling hills that I captured! Thanks for a super giveaway!
    My email: anashct1 [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  188. Tweeted:
    https://twitter.com/anashct3/status/224361707697471489
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    email: anashct1 [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  189. I would love to chip a piece of fabric that I have sitting in my closet. I love the colors, but I can't figure out what to do with it. Using those colors to change the colors in a room would be perfect.

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  190. I would use this image...I totally want to repaint the kitchen cabinets...soooooo bad! http://pinterest.com/pin/71213237828413523/

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  191. I'd love to use Chip It to help me redo a couple of my bathrooms.

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  192. I'd use it with a sunset picture I took.

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  193. I would chip a new rug from Sears.

    ccboobooy at gmail dot com

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  194. https://twitter.com/ccboobooy/status/224597148082249729

    ccboobooy at gmail dot com

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  195. I would use it for one of pictures from Florence to get those perfect colors

    ky2here at msn dot com

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  196. https://twitter.com/ky2here1/status/224608172005015552

    ky2here at msn dot com

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