Thursday, October 6, 2016

Finishing Painted Projects

This past week has been a painting catch up time - sunny days, cold nights. 


A second plywood cut out pumpkin was painted, currently using it for a background.


Here is the first plywood painted pumpkin from a 2016 post below.



4 frames were painted and waxed. DH added handles to the backs of the 2 largest frames so they could be used for 'framed photo' shoots. 



I wrote an earlier post here (2014) showing my sequence for painting and waxing frames, picture from that post below.




A small white storage stool was painted a bright yellow and waxed. 




You can check to see a similar stool from 2012, picture from that post below.






A 4th project was finishing painting the frames of two vintage leaded glass windows. I added some recent garage sale finds with the window, below.



I have used the leaded windows for backdrops here.



and I am glad that they are now both painted and waxed.



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23 comments:

  1. I am always amazed at the things you turn into beautiful pieces!! You were blessed with a creative mind!

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  2. Good stuff Joy. The leaded window makes a nice backdrop. The cut-out pumpkins are so much fun ... love how you painted the one.
    Very creative.

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  3. love your art very pretty I would love to have any of them around here
    come see us at http://shopannies.blogspot.com

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  4. You have some very lovely items and did a fine job in painting them. They look great.

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  5. Joy,
    Always a treat to visit you and see your creativity and attention to detail.
    Your projects are always lovely and done with such fine workmanship too.
    Pinning several!
    Happy Fall,
    Jemma

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  6. You've been very busy! Doesn't it feel great to things marked off your list? Those leaded glass windows are pretty.

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  7. Your projects always turn out so lovely, Joy! Thank you for sharing at Vintage Charm!

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  8. I love those vintage signs / posters / ads - they have real charm!

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  9. Joy, you really take 'upcycling" to the next level, you're a very talented lady!
    Happy Mosaic Monday.

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  10. Love the bright yellow! The plywood pumpkins are also terrific, rustic and simple. Really nice job. I so wish I had an eye to create things like this.

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  11. Joy, your creativity continues to amaze! You repurpose, recycle with amazing results. Please ask your muse to clone itself and come visit me ... just for 24 hours! :) Happy Monday!

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  12. Wow! You are so talented! I've never really learned to paint but what a difference it makes. Love those little cookie cutters too! Hugs!

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  13. Great looking projects! Creativity plus recycling for the win!

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  14. Thanks for sharing at Funtastic Friday!

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  15. Joy, Love the little yellow stool. You have been busy and the weather has cooperated. We had snow so it was quite shocking this early. Sylvia D.

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  16. Feels so good to get some projects finished before the weather turns cold! I am hoping to paint our kitchen table. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  17. Looks like you've been busy! I'm feeling the crunch as the colder weather is starting to settle in...

    I'm so glad you linked up and shared at Dishing It & Digging It! Looking forward to seeing more of your creativity each week! :)

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  18. Great project! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

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  19. These are all such fun projects. I love how you are not afraid of color and use it to the fullest extent. That little yellow stool is adorable. And theunexpected use of green on the hardware... pure genius. Pinning!

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  20. I've just discovered you through Mosaic Monday. I'm going to check out some of your other posts. I think I will find lots of good info here. Thanks! have a fabulous weekend ahead.

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  21. It is always a wonderful feeling when you complete projects that have been waiting in the wings for a while. Love your leaded windows. Thank you for sharing your accomplishments at Snickerdoodle Create~Bake~Make Link Party!

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  22. LOVE those leaded glass windows! Thank you for sharing with us at the To Grandma's house we go link party - hope to see you at the next one that starts tomorrow! Pinned!

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Thanks for visiting. I read and appreciate all your comments. Joy

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