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Painted these whimsical birds in my kitchen. Drew them, first, with a white sewing pencil...so I could get a feel for the spacing & wash it off and start over if I didn't like it. It is also important to plan out the color before painting.

Painted these whimsical birds in my kitchen. Drew them, first, with a white sewing pencil...so I could get a feel for the spacing & wash it off and start over if I didn't like it. It is also important to plan out the color before painting.

when you can't paint a straight line, try dots

when you can't paint a straight line, try dots

Using available space in the kitchen to add more color

Using available space in the kitchen to add more color

Christmas tree ornament hand forged by a blacksmith in London

Blacksmith made Christmas Tree ornament

This one was in truly sad shape when it came to me. Removed peeling laminate. Sanded. Primed. Painted. New hardware. Now, it's happy again.  For a teen boy. Aqua color required to match his room. Decided the single stripe and knobs would give it interest and keep it masculine.   It's still and old dresser, but it isn't an eyesore any more.

This one was in truly sad shape when it came to me. Removed peeling laminate. Sanded. Primed. Painted. New hardware. Now, it's happy again. For a teen boy. Aqua color required to match his room. Decided the single stripe and knobs would give it interest and keep it masculine. It's still and old dresser, but it isn't an eyesore any more.

I have a 70 ' s home. It originally had that big square-ish fluorescent light in the kitchen...the kind built into a drop ceiling. The light was replaced with a sorta track found at Home Depot...but what to do with the space? Birds on a wire and scripture is my solution. I drew the wire with a pencil, first. Then the scripture. Then, I projected the bird images on it (u should've seen me strapping the projector to a ladder!) and painted them in.

I have a 70 ' s home. It originally had that big square-ish fluorescent light in the kitchen...the kind built into a drop ceiling. The light was replaced with a sorta track found at Home Depot...but what to do with the space? Birds on a wire and scripture is my solution. I drew the wire with a pencil, first. Then the scripture. Then, I projected the bird images on it (u should've seen me strapping the projector to a ladder!) and painted them in.

Art is in the eye of the beholder in this case, to make pieces the right size, I framed 2 placemats.  The red fabric is a textured shower curtain that I decided wouldn't work. I bought the frames at Michael's using coupons.

Art is in the eye of the beholder in this case, to make pieces the right size, I framed 2 placemats. The red fabric is a textured shower curtain that I decided wouldn't work. I bought the frames at Michael's using coupons.

Tea Cup Bird Feeder with Hand Stamped Bent Spoon- GARDEN PARTY                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Tea Cup Bird Feeder with Hand Stamped Bent Spoon- GARDEN PARTY

Added fabric to the inside back panel of these cheap pressed board shelves to make them look so much better.  I love the look!   Glad I didn't choose a stripe pattern as that would have been near impossible to line up perfectly.

Added fabric to the inside back panel of these cheap pressed board shelves to make them look so much better. I love the look! Glad I didn't choose a stripe pattern as that would have been near impossible to line up perfectly.

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