Link Party #123, Features, Plus Modern Masters Paints Giveaway!

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Time to party!  Everyone loves to be inspired right?  This is why you come by this party, to share your creations and be inspired by others.  If you missed my post yesterday on Modern Masters metallics and Patina, you can read it HERE.

This is the table I created using Modern Masters Metallic Bronze and their Green Aging Solution

Would you love to learn to create fabulous patinas with paint?  Then get ready to win a package of Modern Masters Metallic Paint and Aging Solution.

Here is what is included in the prize package:

One Pint Primer
One Pint Reactive Paint – choice of color
One 4 oz. Solution or Rust Activator
One Spritzer Cap
ne Pint of Permacoat Xtreme [Rust Only]

Enter to win after you check out the inspiring features from last week’s party!  Remember,  I am Pinning all the Features on my new Pinterest Board, REDOUX FEATURES

 I just love a great makeover, and even better if there is a tutorial to go with it!  This is the coolest mirror makeover project from Maison de Pax.  You have to check out what it looked like before and how she did it. I predict this one to be a big pin up!

I love playing with layering paints.  There are endless combinations and creations you can come up with.  This dresser from RPK Interiors is the perfect example of how much depth you can create with layering paints.  Go see the whole post to see!

Have you worked on a dresser that was about 123 years old?  How about even finding one that is in good condition!  Elisha from Pneumatic Addict scored this piece at a garage sale.  The original Marble top was missing a large corner, so she got a good price for it.  Then she set about making the repairs.  The new top and added casters, not to mention the gorgeous finish!

I love a great Hutch Makeover.  They are a lot of work!  This makeover is over the top from Create Inspire.  You must see the before, they look nothing alike!  All the details just make this piece so beautiful.  Great work!

This project takes the definition of a “redoux” to a new level!  This is a tray that is made from old fence boards and picture frame.  Christy from Confessions of a Serial Do It Yourselfer has a fabulous tutorial on how to make one yourself!  Definitely adding this to my MAKE board!     

Now for the fabulous Giveaway from Modern Masters!  Check out Modern Masters to see the gorgeous Metallic Effects Paints and other beautiful products they offer.  Then come back here for a chance to enter!  I am holding the party and the giveaway open through Monday, A DAY EXTRA!  So invite your friends to come by, share their creativity and a chance to win!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

If you were featured, I would love some love on your blog, FB and Social networking sites! Please feel free to take “I was a Celebre Button and display on your blog.

 
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  After you have linked up, please go visit my fantastic Friday Link Party friends. They all have wonderful projects linked up that you may not see here, so be sure to hop on over.
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70 Comments

  1. Lauren @ The Thinking Closet

    Thanks for hosting, and for the fun giveaway! I’d love to try the copper paint with green patina on some outdoor decor pieces…maybe an old anchor on the dock? Thanks for getting my gears turning on it….

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  2. Tracie B.

    I would love to try the bronze reactive paint with the blue patina on my iron outdoor furniture! Fingers crossed that I will win this fabulous giveaway! 🙂

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  3. VickyC

    Thanks for hosting, I would like to try bronze reactive paint with the blue patina on my shutters I’m going to use in my new craft room!

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  4. Fran

    Great features. I would love to use the Pewter Paint on a very large mirror I have. I think it would look great.

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  5. karin

    love modern masters..:)
    and LOVE your table..:)
    Hugs
    Karin

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  6. Teri

    I have an old broken mirror frame that I would like to use the bronze on.

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  7. Lori@Thee Velvet Glove

    Great features, Karen. Bronze with the green aging solution on some metal barstools I have.

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  8. Virginia

    Great giveaway!!! I’d choose the antique copper (I think). They are all great and would be fun to work with.

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  9. Kim Marie

    I’d use the copper paint and green patina on a bathroom cabinet. 🙂

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  10. cassie

    fun! i would love to try pewter!

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  11. Jennifer Brewer

    Awesome! I’d use antique copper I think 🙂

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  12. Frani W.

    I am partial to rust, but loved the bronze reactive paint with blue and green patina.

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  13. Ann Marie @ Twice Lovely

    Playing with the metal effects today!! But you can never have too much of a great thing, in my book. 😉

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  14. Margaret

    Copper with green patina for a chair I just snagged!

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  15. Jayne

    I would love the pewter!! Thanks for chance to win!!!

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  16. Patty Soriano

    I love the look of copper, so I’d have to try that one first. Not sure what I’d use it on though, since this is so new to me. I might try it on a piece of furniture, since I love the look of the table. Thank you for hosting this giveaway ! YOU ROCK !

    patty

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  17. Patricia Krank

    I love what I’ve seen of this paint. Which metal effects paint color and where? I’d like to try a copper finish on an antique carved mirror that I have. Whether I win or not I’ll be trying this paint!
    Blessings,

    Patti

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  18. Nancy Walker

    The bronze would be my choice and I would use it on a table top.

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  19. Robin

    Wow! Thank you for hosting great parties and thanks for the feature! So exciting! 🙂

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  20. Nancy

    Hello and thanks for hosting. I’m a first time visitor, linker and follower. I think winning the copper reactive paint with the green patina would be awesome. I’d use it on a mirror or picture frame, or maybe a table. What a cool product!

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  21. Bliss

    I think I would use the metal look stuff on anything that stood still, and I’d go for a grayed metal look.

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  22. Shelly Andrade

    What an awesome giveaway!! That’s looks like so much fun to play with!! The copper and bronze look amazing!!!!!!!!! Pick MEEEE

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  23. Claudia Twiss

    I would totally use the copper and bronze too! I’d love to use them on a lovely intricate dresser and create a faux aged metal look! Hope I get picked!!!

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  24. Paula

    I absolutely love your posts and your blog. You inspire me! If I won the give away, I would use it on a mirror frame or the front of some dresser drawers. I would use the bronze. I have this love affair with aged, patina-ed bronze. It’s warm, but industrial at the same time.

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  25. Helen

    I would love to win!!!

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  26. brooke

    Thank you for the invite! I am adding you to my list!

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  27. Paula

    So excited when I read your post because I have some Modern Masters in my studio. Had the perfect pair of tables picked out. Ready to get to it when I discovered I had no primer, ever. AWWW! What is a determined girl to do? The closest dealer that carries itis 6 hours away. Get on the phone and start making calls until you have a package paid for and delivered to the Junk Bonanza show where your girlfriend is headed because I gave my tickets to her so I could stay home and paint furniture for my show. Whew! P.S. making progress on my garage.

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  28. Elisha @ Pneumatic Addict Furniture

    Thank you so much for featuring my dresser! I have been dying to get my hands on some Modern Masters products! When I saw your tutorial yesterday I thought “where have you been all my life?”.

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  29. Elisha @ Pneumatic Addict Furniture

    I forgot to share my favorite products! I would love to play with the iron and rust activator. I think I make some cool cabinet hardware!

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  30. Lisa

    Thanks so much for the feature Karen! Have a fabulous weekend!
    Lisa

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  31. Eddie

    Woot! Woot! We just started showing at a design house…. and our name is LOVE OXIDO (which means rust!) Ha, I totally love the patina paint!

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  32. Eddie

    I don’t think my first comment when through– boo:( We’re a new design company called Oxido– which means RUST! Ha! We love us some patina!

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  33. Joan B.

    I love the mirror! Thanks for hosting and the giveaway!

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  34. Cathy

    Karen, I love the patina on the table it is so awesome… would love to try it on a couple of things around here… the features are great this week – love that hutch. Thanks for hosting and have an awesome weekend… Cathy

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  35. Jill

    Not sure what I would use the MM on but I would love to win, the table is gorgeous!

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  36. Sue @ bebeandj

    Thank you for the great party – love your picks for the week!

    Sue
    bebeandj

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  37. Kim

    I love your blogs…I am truly amazed that you find some of this stuff for free!!!

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  38. FABBY

    Great features. Thanks for the cool party sweet lady.
    Have a nice weekend.
    FABBY

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  39. Becca

    Thanks for hosting!

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  40. dianne anderson

    There are many pieces of furniture in my garage that I would love to try this paint technique on!

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  41. Jeannie and Linda

    Hi Karen, Thank you so much for hosting another great party. Hope you have a fab weekend.
    Jeannie

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  42. Brenda Young

    Goodness I would love to try some patina finishes! Thanks for the opportunity, and hosting such a great party there’s always a great collection of entries here to check out!

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  43. Brenda Young

    I would love to try the aging patina on a vanity I have lined up to work on!

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  44. Christine

    What gorgeous finishes! Absolutely beautiful. I particularly love that 123 year old dresser…

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  45. Carol Lindberg

    You will find me on facebook now @ just my name. Carol Lindberg . Love the metal look! That is really outstanding! Hope I win. See you your next post. I read them all.
    Carol

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  46. Therese @ Fresh Idea Studio

    Oh and I’d try to bronze with blue patina on an vintage lantern and birdcage I have.
    Thanks for a fun giveaway and for hosting another fabulous party Karen!
    Cheers to you and yours,
    Therese

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  47. Jenna

    I am so thrilled about this!! Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  48. Brittany Ellis

    That green aging solution looks amazing! That shade of patina has always been my favorite.

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  49. Laura Ellington

    I like the Bronze paint with blue patina for our china hutch

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  50. Jason M

    I like the iron paint, would like to try it on my front door.

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  51. Jame

    I think I’d use the copper on the coffee table I’m in the process of building. I hadn’t decided on a finish for it yet.

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  52. Carrie Monnier-Cummings

    Love Modern Masters! Been wanting to try the metal effects/patina. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  53. jess

    i think i would like the Rust Activator on some outdoor metal seating pieces. it is a hard choice though.

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  54. Paula

    HI, I wanted to let you know that I’ve been trying to access the Rafflecopter entries. I’m having issues and apparently I’m not the only one. I’ve been reading that many people are having problems entering. It just sits and spins and I can’t enter, even though I’ve commented, etc.

    Is there any other way to complete the entries?

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    • GTC

      Hi Paula, I don’t know what is going on with the giveaway, I am so sorry, I can’t find a problem with it and Rafflecopter is not reporting anything. Can you try again? It is open until midnight PST.

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  55. Melinda Stephens

    I’d use it on the antique ice chest I’m going to restore.

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  56. Tara C

    I really like the Antique copper color – and really, I’m not sure what I’d paint! My husband and I bought and have been renovating an old house, so there are plenty of options to choose from!

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  57. Lisa C.

    I would love to try Metal Effects Copper. 🙂

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  58. Rachel Paxton

    I just realized I completely forgot to thank you for featuring my mirror! Thank you so much!!!

    Rachel @ Maison de Pax

    Reply

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