I’ll be very honest with you. November is not my favorite time of year. It’s just so dark, so chilly, so blah. It’s hard to hold a candle in the cold November rain.
NOT THIS YEAR!
We are punching up November here at All Things New Again with a lot of fun paint workshops, a HUGE sale on American Paint Company all-natural clay chalk and mineral paint … and Midnight Madness, our annual Thanksgiving night party.
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Let’s start with our classes. As always, our Introduction to American Paint Company class is held the first Sunday of every month from 1 to 4:30 pm. That means it is coming up THIS SUNDAY (November 2). We still have space so sign up today! At $99, our class is the best deal around. You will learn—and practice—A LOT of new techniques and go home with the skills to start transforming old furniture like a pro.
Don’t forget about our new Saturday Paint Workshop Series. Our next project is this Mr. Frosty Table on Saturday, November 8.
No prior painting experience is necessary for any of our workshops. We will give you all of the instruction, guidance and supplies to go home with a finished project.
What are you waiting for? Sign up today—and invite a friend. We’ll all have fun.
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Now let’s talk about paint.
More importantly, let’s talk about paint ON SALE!
It’s a new month so we have a new Color of the Month Sale.
Our November color is:
Nana’s Cupboard is a soft vintage green with a modern vibe. It pairs nicely with just about every color under the sun. And its cute name reminds us of going home for the holidays and sneaking a cookie or two when nobody is looking so that’s why we picked it for November.
All quarts of Nana’s Cupboard are on sale for $29.95 and all sample sizes of Nana’s Cupboard are on sale for $8.50 until November 30.
That’s a savings of $5 on quarts and $1.49 on samples. Check out our new Pinterest board featuring projects from around the country for inspiration.
We are also offering this vintage gossip bench painted in a pretty swirl of colors, including Nana’s Cupboard, for $99. (Regular price: $125).
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But that’s not all. American Paint Company recently announced the launch of a new line of limited edition colors called the American Home Collection. Aren’t they pretty?
Until then, we are holding a CLEARANCE SALE on all of the colors American Paint Company discontinued to make room for the new colors.
Here’s the full list of discontinued colors. Our clearance sale prices apply to these colors only—while supplies last.
- Bordello (fucsia)
- Dawns Early Light (soft lavender/gray)
- Desert Cactus (khaki/tan)
- First Lady (light light pink, almost white)
- Heavens Light (soft light yellow)
- Home Turf (bright lime green)
- Lincoln’s Hat (black)
- Momma’s Lipstick (hot pink)
- National Forest (darker sage green)
- Orange Grove (um…orange!)
- Saddle (reddish brown)
- Shining Seas (royal blue)
- Tumbleweed (tan/brown)
- Wild Horses (chocolate brown)
We will be offering quarts on clearance for $25 and sample sizes on clearance for $7 for these discontinued colors while supplies last.
Additionally, American Paint Company has decided to retire the limited edition Ellis Collection colors currently sold in pint sizes only. Many of your Ellis Collection favorites like Cannonball, Peacock and Crushed Tea are being moved to the main palette of colors and will soon be offered in quart and sample sizes. That’s exciting news!
However, the following Ellis Collection colors are being discontinued:
- Cameo (light pink)
- Parchment (soft yellow)
- Tea Cup (light blue)
- Waistcoat (pea soup green)
We are offering a clearance sale price of $20 on the four discontinued Ellis Collection colors—while supplies last.
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November can be a gray month … so why not add a little color to it with this awesome paint sale! And because American Paint Company products contain NO harmful chemicals and NO stinky fumes, you can safely paint inside when the weather turns cold and rainy. No worries!
All Things New Again is proud to be Loudoun County’s exclusive retailer for American Paint Company all-natural clay chalk and mineral paints. We hope you will pick up a can today and give it a try. You can do it!