Chip It!

This is not a sponsored post.  I just think it's really super-duper fun.

I was flipping through an old Food Network magazine the other day (because I am very, very behind on my magazine reading) and I saw an ad for a Sherwin-Williams paint tool called Chip It.  At first I thought it was something like Design Seeds where they provide you with color schemes.  You know the one- the site that gives you those awesome palettes taken from a photograph:


Chip It is a site that is similar, except you can make palettes from your own photos or photos you see online using Sherwin-Williams paint color chips.  So for all of you out there renovating your space, this may give you some inspiration!

It's so easy to use.  You can either put a Chip It! button up on your toolbar (just like the Pin It tool) to make a palette from an online photo, or you can pull from your own photo collection.  I tried it out last night with this photo that hubs took while looking for bushes for our yard:


I got this.

Sorry, you have to click on the link.  While you can Facebook it, tweet it, or pin it, I can't find a good way to share the image because the page is interactive.  You can get up to ten colors per chip card for an expanded palette.  You should definitely try it out!




6 comments

  1. Whoa...that's really, really cool!!

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  2. Ok, that is cool! And helpful! Thanks for the link. (Now I need to figure out what I want to paint.)

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  3. YES! I've seen this before but never actually used it. It turned out just like Design Seeds (which to me is wonderful).

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  4. that is a really cool idea! ill have to play, thanks for sharing it :)
    -Rachel w k
    rwkrafts.blogspot.com

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  5. I like that! I've already shared it this morning. Great find!

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  6. Thanks for the resource! I have seen people use that all the time on Pinterest but didn't know anything about the site. The easiest way to get an image from an interactive site like that is with a screen capture.

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