I had a friend who was carry around this bag at soccer, and I asked her if I could have it. Being that my youngest daughter’s name is Lucille, I had to have this bag! ha ha
I took it home and cut it out to the size of a small painted canvas. I then adhered the cutout bag to the canvas with glue. Once the glue was dry, I painted to layers of Modge Podge to the canvas.
I am going to apologize NOW for the boring content of this post, however painting my fence with Linseed Oil is something I have been longing to do… it is one of those things that is not exactly fun to do , but it makes your fence look muy A-w-e-s-o-m-e when done!
What do you need…Linseed Oil, a paint brush for Oil, Rubber gloves and a container to hold the oil while painting.
This give you a comparison…
My sister-in-law is having her first child in a few months and I thought it would be fun to paint some art to go with her ROBOT themed room! The painting of course is acrylic paint on canvas accented with a sharpie marker!
Everyday I am trying to think of fun things to do with my kids. While out in my yard cleaning up in preparation for winter, I noticed some rocks that I thought might make fun ghosts ( Why I am looking at rocks as ghosts, I have no clue!)
Ok I did it again…I painted this silly owl ONE more time and hopefully the last time! I have been in a Halloween decorating mood lately ( because secretly I LOVE Halloween!) I had this owl in my decorating storage and decided he would look better BLACK and also a Halloween addition.
Here he was while painted green:
and here he is in black: