free meal planner printable {a cabot giveaway!}

Hello lovely friends!

When the fabulous Cabot Stain contacted us about trying out their stain kit, we were more than happy to oblige.

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Over the past few months, it’s kind of become our new favorite product. To the point where it has totally replaced our old favorite product. And that’s kind of a big deal, because if you’ve been reading for a while, you know we (once) used it everywhere.

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Staining wood is a wonderful way to balance out a lot of elements like whites and bright color in a space, while bringing earth tones to your home.

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And a beautiful finish this pretty, deserves to be spread around the home, right?

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1. It gave a great look in this project + our entryway.

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2. In our studio for our dry erase board + the storage, + these shelves, as well.

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3. Of course we had to spread some of the love on our new coffee table top. 

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4. It was the perfect, finishing touch for our DIY mariners compass {mantel how to, here}

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5. And an unexpected table top offered the perfect contrast for this furniture redo, here. 

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We love all the choices they have for this fun stain. It goes on like paint, super smooth with no blotchiness issues down the road. No obnoxious conditioning, no gross, weird, unpredictable results if you don’t treat it just right. And this may not sound like a big deal, but it is: you won’t ruin your brush if you use it to stain. Easy clean up with water and a little soap, y’all.

It’s a great, dependable product and we love it.

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So we popped open this little kit, and decided to have some fun with the finishes for something else useful around our home.

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We used one stain on top, and had decided to live on the edge with some of their pretty blue, too. Because we’re wild like that. We then topped it off with some white distressed stripes and a touch of gold.

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We decided it would be great in the kitchen…

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As a planner to keep up with all of our menu choices throughout the week. We’ve decided to get a little more organized with all of our cooking now that our kids are a little more willing to try more than PB&J, and this little dry erase planner fits the bill.

You can use this with any frame… simply print, and stick it in anything with a glass or plastic front. You could even laminate it {I may not may not be in favor of laminating all of the things} and stick it on your fridge… Then plan away. If you make a mistake, no big deal. Just erase and plan again!

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If you want them, we’re offering them in two sizes: {8 x 10 menu + 5 x 7 menu} They’re oh so handy!

Want to know the very bestest most exciting part? {that’s totally a word in my book} Cabot is offering a chance for ten (!) of our readers to try out their product with this fun kit. What an awesome way to give something fresh a whirl! You can even alter this little frame to give away as a gift… or keep it for yourself! {Duh.} Once you try this, you’ll probably be as won over as we are. And use all that leftover stain to go a little crazy on all your fun projects. Stain all the things!

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Wanna win? Just follow the giveaway options below! (Psst….if you are like us and just can’t wait to get started on your project, drop in at your local Lowe’s and pick some up today.)

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62 Responses to free meal planner printable {a cabot giveaway!}

  1. Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. says:

    What a great giveaway! I have never tried Cabot stain and I have a whole garage full of projects waiting! I love the mix of paint and stain!

  2. Nikki Schutte says:

    I’d like to try the stain on some picture frames I’ve picked up at junk stores, to help unify them.

  3. Joanna Sigman says:

    Oh the blues! I have a set of crates and boxes in desperate need of added interest and uniqueness.

  4. Christina says:

    I need to refinish the top of a side table. It would great stained with one of these colors!

  5. Ashley says:

    a bench

  6. Gloria says:

    I am planning on refinishing an old dresser for an entry way console. This stain looks perfect for this! I love all your projects!

  7. candy says:

    Perfect timing! I am looking for an easy colored stain to add some interest to my dining room table. Such a huge unfinished surface, so many possibilities!

  8. Susan Boyd says:

    What a great idea! Would love to win!

  9. ANN W says:

    Would love to try out the stains – FUN!!!

  10. Emily says:

    Crossing my fingers….love the menu idea!

  11. Tiffany says:

    My kitchen table! Also is that the right Cabot to like on FB? I think that Cabot makes cheese not stains?

  12. Ramanda says:

    My sad hand me down kitchen table could really use lift! Thanks for chance!

  13. Megan says:

    I’d like to try the blue stain on an unfinished frame.

  14. Ashley P says:

    I actually haven’t really used stain before at all. Would love to try a product like this on our stair railings or the top of a vintage dresser I found.

  15. julianna says:

    yea!

  16. Bonnie Martin says:

    ok..the meal planner could change my life…..the stain kit could make it easier and more beautiful

  17. Tracy Smith says:

    I have some office shelving I would love to try this on!

  18. Lacy says:

    I would like to try the stain on a toy box we’re building as a gift. I absolutely love blue too!

  19. sarah says:

    Awesome giveaway! i would love to win! framing is one of my favorite things and i could definitely use some Cabot! :)

  20. Holli says:

    I would love to make night lights for my kids using christmas lights.

  21. Bri says:

    I am currently working on redoing an armoire and would love to try it on that!

  22. Amanda says:

    I would like to try the Cabot Stain on a wall that I am installing planking on.

  23. I’ve got some tables that need a re-do!

  24. Amanda says:

    We are about to welcome baby #3 in August, so I’d find somewhere in her new room to make use of this!

  25. Meghan says:

    I want to sand and re-stain our dining room table!

  26. I’ve been wanting to try this! We are about to stain a bunch of wood shelves— would be perfect!

  27. Leah Romin says:

    I would love to use it on a fun focal piece like above your fireplace!…or a piece of boring furniture ;)

  28. Judy says:

    Some empty picture frames that could use some sprucing up.

  29. Laura D. says:

    Yay! would love some stain!

  30. Megan says:

    I would love to try this out on my coffee table. The color isn’t quite right, but I don’t want to paint it since I have so many painted items in the room. This would be fun!

  31. Ellie says:

    I would use the stain on a large entertainment cabinet that we received as a housewarming present. Its in desperate need of a make-over and I think this is just the stuff to do it!

  32. amanda says:

    i’ll try it!!

  33. nicole says:

    I’d like to try it on the new outdoor dining table we’re going to build when we finish up our hideaway!

  34. Kim says:

    Love this project and would love to try the stain! I must admit, staining is a little bit intimidating – would love to try again with a recommended product.

  35. Amy S says:

    I just finished making a beautiful octagon frame that is now sitting in my garage because I can’t decide how to finish it. I’d love to try Cabot stains!

  36. Angeline says:

    I need to make a statement piece for my foyer and I think this might be just the project!

  37. Rachel says:

    I have a naked dresser from my husband’s bachelor days that I want to stain and make it look like it belonged in a library many moons ago. :)

  38. Mary Hitch says:

    I have a couple of planter boxes that I picked up cheap-they really need a re-do. This would be perfect summer project.

  39. Noel McCormick says:

    I have a whole stack of picture frames from Goodwill that I would love to try the stain on. Thanks for the giveaway!

  40. Beth M. says:

    Great giveaway!

  41. Jen H says:

    Hmm…I would use it on many things! I think I would start out with crates for under bed storage.

  42. Sherri G. says:

    I would use the stain on the wooden crate box tops I have been painting I have another to do now, Just finished one and had to use an old redwood stain I had leftover!

  43. Ginger says:

    I would love to try their stains, i was not super happy with the options out there right now!

  44. Summer Hogan says:

    I LOVE Cabot stain! I just used Beechwood Gray to stain my deck for the One Room Challenge and it’s the perfect color and so easy to use!

  45. Lindsey says:

    I want to try this stain on my newly thrifted coffee table for our new house! How awesome would that be?!

  46. Kristin says:

    I have a desk for my daughter I would love to use this on.

  47. Jolene says:

    I am painting my kitchen table and chairs right now w/ a farmhouse look… all white with a dark, stained top on the tables & chairs. Working on the white now and need to buy the stain next. Please tell me I’m a winner and save me a trip to Home Depot! LOL!!!

  48. Angie says:

    I have a lot of picture frames waiting for something like this. Would love to win.

  49. kaia says:

    I would totally try this stain on a table that I am about to start to refinish :)

  50. Kathy says:

    I want to stain an adjustable mirror frame. Haven’t built it yet, but intend to build one for my new walk-in closet 1!!!

  51. Christa says:

    on my new baby girls dresser

  52. Kim says:

    A old coffee that has a great design but needs a fresh update!!

  53. Nicole Millheim says:

    I would love to use the stain on some shelves I have

  54. Jessica Ellis says:

    I’d love to stain a entry table that I made!

  55. Patricia Rivera says:

    I have an old hall tree I would to stain and am painting the mirror with chalkboard paint. The Cabot stain would be great!

  56. Laura Robinson says:

    I have a table top I’d love to try this on!

  57. Jennifer says:

    Love the menu planner! And, what is not to love about Tipping Point Thursdays?!:)

  58. Heather says:

    I’d love to try this on the top of a side table.

  59. Stephanie says:

    I have a dresser that I would love to stain.

  60. Rachel S says:

    I would like to stain a couple picture frames. :)

  61. Abby Bartels says:

    I would love to try it on an old closet door that I want to make into a headboard!

  62. lisa labree says:

    I just closed on a house and my friend is redoing a bunch of furniture and going to redo my deck. It’s a mess.. help…