Ohhh...I feel your pain! At the price of the paint, that's like $$ down the drain. I hope you were able to scoop some of it up to use.
Fooey! Were you able to pour most of it back into the can? My husband always suggests I keep my paint bucket sitting in a pan for this very reason. Works especially well for smaller paint cans like this one.
AHHHHH!!!! I would have not been a happy girl about that one at all ~
Oh no! I gasped!
Opps!!! Scoop and pour FAST!!!
Oh dear. I hope you were able to salvage some of that! Been there and done that, not with chalk paint, but spilled paint is always a heart stopping experience!
Uh oh!! Like everyone else, I hope you were able to save some. That's not cheap paint!
Oh dear, you poor thing!Pomona x
Nooooooooooooooo! I wish I could give you a hug or a treat to eat!
That's heart-stoppingly awful ! I've done that too .... I think we all have . Not that that makes it any better .Breathe deeply and think nice thoughts .... as you scoop .
Ouch!Janet, I must say you endear yourself to me more each post. This is something that would certainly happen to me. :)
Woops, just as well it was on the dropcloth too.........Hope you could scoop it up and reuse it Janet.Claire :}
Hello everyone!Thank you for all the sweet comments about my mental health after this disaster.All is well....I was able to scoop up 99% of my Old White chalk paint and the remaining 1% I sopped up with a piece of toast and ate it for breakfast.That's right...I'm not wasting ANY of this stuff!;->Janet xox
Oh no!!! I had to laugh. Definitely not at your misfortune - I'm sorry about your spill! But rather at the fact that your instinct was to take a picture. I would have done the same thing. Hope you were able to salvage some!Lisahttp://chicmagnifique.blogspot.com
Scoop is right girlfriend! Hey, at least you didn't step in it...not that I know anyone who has done that...
Well the breakfast thing must have been chalky girl! You are funny...xoxoStephanie
Where r u located.? Is the treadle still for sale? How much?? Ty
So...does it cover on fabric as well as on other surfaces? You never know, maybe you've just started a new trend in the blogging world!
Looks like a replay of something that happened to me. UghHappy 4th
Oh, I literally gasped. Such horrors! :-)
I am SO glad you were able to scoop it up. I was almost in need of therapy. Fondly, Tamiwww.thisandthatfromtami.blogspot.com
I did the same thing with chalk paint! TWICE!! actually three times, but one of those times it wasn't only a 1/4 can! clearly I should not be allowed to hold a paint can- esp a full paint can- after painting in the sun all day without eating or drinking anything other than route 44 sonic teas (yes plural). all times i dropped the can it was late, i was tired and gratefully was able to scoop most of it back up. I'm not all that graceful anyway...
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