green pedestal plate

17 06 2011

I think it may be a sickness.  I LOVE to make these painted treasures.  And it doesn’t help that Speckled Dog keeps showing her amazing creations so then off I am again to the thrift stores to get more wooden items to create pedestal creations.  Lowe’s and I have become pretty good friends too with the Valspar paint samples. Good thing this is a cheap project!  The Mr. T AND some of my friends think it’s time I start selling some of this business; food for thought.  In the mean time, here’s my newest creation using Valspar Sassy Green.

I’m not the only one who created today (I worked on a few other projects too –corkboard still in progress.) T2 took T1’s camera outside and photographed the wild lilys growing in out backyard.  This photo is without any editing.  It’s beautiful and is now our laptop background 🙂

Sharing at :: Thirty Days :: Simply Designing :: Fingerprints on the Fridge :: Shabby Nest :: Whipperberry ::



4 responses

17 06 2011
Mary @ Redo101

Hi, I’m visiting from the Shabby Nest linky party. Love your green pedestal plate, the green is really perfect, and I love the distressing. Your child also took a fantastic picture, and I’m glad you shared the beauty with us.

17 06 2011

I love that color. I wish I had one of these!

17 06 2011

LOVE that color green!! I’ve seen the amazing-ness that is spray paint transformation on blogs but have only just begun trying it out myself. And let me say, it truly is instant gratification is the best way!

18 06 2011
giggles, wails and sippycup trails

Beautiful green!

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