Someone sent me the link to Joanne’s Inspiration Site–
It has a really cool link to a single page that lists (with links) every Book and every Chaper of the Bible-
The Bible on One page
I posted a previous entry on my first round of distressed finishes. These are all barnworn distressed finishes created using Caromal Colours distressing products. I thought I’d had it covered with round one, but then I hosted my first Distressing Workshop earlier this week and realized there were way more combination’s to create.
Because black is so popular, I created quite a few with Peppercorn (black) as the top coat. I also found that using Wisteria (white) as the topcoat, and not using the toner, it created a more contemporary color combo. And, I am really liking the Paprika (red) so I played more with that.
Can someone tell me exactly HOW many combo’s I could create? There are 10 textured basecoat colors – Peppercorn (black), Chocolate (brown), Mustard (yellow), Paprika (red), Colonial Blue (blue), Cobblestone (sage), Bayberry (green), Putty (beige), Parchment (cream), Wisteria (white). The barnworn finishes combine two colors. I have a feeling the answer could be in the hundreds?
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At least I do. Tonight I was flipping through my portfolio – I was pulling out various glaze samples for a consult tomorrow morning. As the boards passed me by I found myself thinking ‘Wine Cellar… Library… Kitchen….’ I think I do this without even thinking…
told you Bruno follows me everywhere!
Dining Room (Glass Beads)-
Posted in Decorative Painting, Ocicats My Cats, The Dining Room, The Kitchen, The Mudroom
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