Plenty of people (especially crafters) save chips for years, so could have a lot - maybe not 100, but a lot. Also, a common solution is to ask for the discontinued chips that are going to be thrown away, since colors are constantly changing. Then you aren't taking from stock but keeping out of the landfill. I don't think it's safe to assume that someone's paint chip art is from the current stock of the hardware store.
Use Paint Chips to Create Wall Art
|6/30/12 04:27 PM|
I second the Mod Podge! And double yes to the X-Acto. Strangely enough, I also use BBQ skewers quite often.
The Essentials Inside a DIYer's Toolbox
|3/2/12 11:29 PM|