Hey Y’all, Today I am over on the Walnut Hollow blog sharing how I created this fun Color Blocked Triangle Shelf Planter!
I love how this project turned out, I think the gold and the lettering is a perfect touch, don’t you?
You can get the full tutorial on the Walnut Hollow blog here.
I love working in the garden and adding flowers and plants to my patio, but sometimes those potted plants can be heavy!! Which is why I think plant dolly’s are so cool, you can easily wheel around a flower pot to where ever you like!
1. Use a sponge dauber to apply paint through the Ferns 6 Stencil. I recommend squirting a bit of paint onto a palette and then picking up small amount on to your sponge and softly tap it down over your stencil.
2. Repeat with multipl colors of acrylic paints.
And that’s it! This was such an easy project! I’m so ready for Spring. You too?
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Hey guys, I have a new tutorial up on the Walnut Hollow blog!
This one is inspired by Hygge! Hygge (pronounced hoo-gah) is a Danish word that is a feeling or mood that comes taking genuine pleasure in making ordinary, every day moments more meaningful, beautiful or special. I’ve also seen that it means “cozy”.
I created this wall panel to try and make my art studio a little more Hygge.
If you want to make your own, grab you wood burner, some acrylic paints and read the full tutorial here.
Hey you guys, I have a new tutorial up on the Walnut Hollow blog! This time I am showing you how to paint galaxies and night skies on to wood, using acrylic paint!
Usually I paint galaxies on paper with watercolors, but I do love a good acrylic galaxy as well.
Hey Guys, Right before Christmas I shared a tutorial over on the Walnut Hollow blog showing you how I created this “Lost Sock” sign!
I used one of their Small Rustic Innkeeper Board‘s, paint and some scrapbook paper to make this, it was pretty easy!