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Country Chic Paint: Fireside

** I received Country Chic Paint to complete this project, however the thoughts and opinions presented here are 100% my own.

In our home, we decorate with LOVE and PURPOSE. Every Halloween we pull out old Halloween photos of the kids from years past and use those to decorate our house. It's meaningful, it's cheap, it creates GIGGLES and it allows us to reminince old stories. I needed to add some new Halloween picture frames to our stash and decided to up-cycle some frames that I already had instead of going out and buying new ones. And I'm thrilled to try out one of Country Chic Paint's new colors... Fireside. 


I gathered up my old frames, painters tape, a chevron stencil and Country Chic Paint in Vanilla Frosting, Liquorice and Fireside and opted for a mix of bold patterns with some solids.  


Here's putting it altogether...









The Halloween printables you see in my home are FREE and are offered by the talented and generous Desiree from The 36th Avenue and Makoodle and are for personal use only.

I'm guest posting over at Country Chic Paint today! Stop on over and say hi!

Carrie || Thirty Eighth Street





23 comments

  1. I love repurposing old picture frames. Thanks for the inspiration, need to get my hands on the fireside paint, it's gorgeous!

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    1. It really is the loveliest hue of burnt orange! Thanks, Shayla!

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  2. Love it! That vignette is just adorable....

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    1. Thank you for stopping by, glad you liked it!

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  4. I love your idea to pull out old Halloween photos to use in your display! And that banner is awesome. I'm glad I found your blog at Work It Wednesday – I love seeing reworked and repurposed furniture and decor.

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    1. I'm glad you found us! I think that banner was a purchase from HomeGoods. ;)

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  5. Black & White, but still scary ;)
    Love the sign and funny pics.
    Very elegant Halloween decor
    xx

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  6. Love the free images. And well: my compliments. It's a ** Beautiful Display! ** Thank you for linking this up at SHARE IT 33. A new party will open again tonight/tomorrow and we hope to see you there again! ~ Rose

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    1. I hope you'll stop by The 36th Avenue and Makoodle and give them some love! Their free printables are amazing!

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  7. I love the entire setup, definitely holiday like, but classy too. And that's what I really love. I love orange, but not into orange and gold and brown in our home that's silver, grey, glass, cobalt blue, and clean decor! LOL The white pumpkins are so cool and the frames turned out great! I love the printable it looks awesome and the fireside paint color pulls it all together!

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    1. Aren't the free printables so fun? I hope you'll stop by The 36th Avenue and Makoodle and tell them so!

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  8. Wow! I never would've thought to use that colour in a Hallowe'en vignette, but it really works! I LOVE it! You were our most popular link this week at the Talented Tuesday party! I hope you'll stop by to see it and say hi!
    Lindi @ Love Create Celebrate

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    1. Lindi! That burnt orange is such a great hue. I highly recommend it! I'd love to come visit.. thanks so much for stopping by!

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  9. This looks so amazing! Pinned and tweeted. Thank you for being a part of our party! I hope to see you on Monday at 7 pm. We love partying with you! Lou Lou Girls

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  10. This is such a fantastic idea and I love how your vignettes turned out - very festive for Halloween yet also very classic! Thanks for sharing at our Creative Spark party—I'm featuring these this week. I hope you'll stop by to link up again and grab a "Featured" button. The party starts at 6am EST tomorrow :) Have a wonderful week!

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  11. This is so pretty!! We host a witches tea every year. I love the family photos you included in your gorgeous vignette. Thanks for sharing at The Creative Circle.

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    1. That sounds like a wonderful tradition! Thanks so much for stopping by.

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  12. Excellent Greg. Good, practical stuff. I just floated your article around my network. Keep up the good work.

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