Thursday, August 22, 2019

Stencilling Bees on ...



BEE Stencilled Additions 




Containers were found at a Garage Sale just down the street. One of the GS signs said 'I follow Marie Kondo'.

The round blank wooden circle was from the Thrift Store.





Added a hook on the back of the round wooden blank, gave it a 'wash' of CeCeCaldwell Vintage White plus three additional thinned coats.

Used the Muddaritaville Bee stencil and CeCeCaldwell Beckley Coal chalk-like paint for the plaque.





Martha Steward (Michaels) Bee themed sticky backed stencils were used on the handled containers with CeCeCaldwell Beckley Coal chalk-like paint.




Waxed the finished items using ASCP Clear Wax and polished.

Picked five roses and choose the backyard trees for background.




Honey season - my blogging friend Linda has been blogging about learning to be a bee-keeper. 

Bee's have been busy collecting the fixings to make honey - in my side yard one let me take a picture.


Bee season




Thank you for visiting today.
Love your comments.

Hugs

Joy

Featured by:

Andrea of The Cottage Market August 30/19

Michelle of The Painted Hinge August 30/19

Tarah of Grandma's House DIY September 4/19

Cecilia of My Thrift Store Addiction Sept 4/19

Rebecca of Zucchini Sisters Sept 4/19

18 comments:

  1. Joy, I love anything bee themed. These are darling!! Do you mind sharing where you got your stencils? I will have to check out Lindas bee adventures. I follow a young bee keeper on IG and it's so interesting! Thanks dear friend for your blog visit!!
    hugs,
    Jann

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  2. Well that was fun to see and I'm sure you had fun doing it. I think the Bee's are really cute

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  3. I love your bees! I need to get some bee stencils! I still can’t believe I’m a beekeeper! We have honey tasting at our meeting next Tuesday and I can hardly wait! Way more exciting than wine tasting and I do love wine!

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  4. I’ma loving the bee plaque. I’m going to look for a stencil.

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  5. Great yard sale makeovers. I love the bee!
    Have a great weekend,
    Kippi
    Ps. Pls share on my site (kippiathome.com) at the YTS blog hop

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  6. Beautiful work my friend and gorgeous flowers on your last post.

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  7. Hello, gorgeous work with the stencils. I love the bee containers and the plaque. The flowers are beautiful. Great work. Enjoy your day, wishing you a great new week ahead!

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  8. I love all of these and thought of Linda and her bees when I saw them. I see she's been here already! heehee! Happy MM!

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  9. Such a wonderfully natural theme! I love what you do with the stencils.

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  10. Very cool change-up on your neat finds!

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  11. Joy - love the bee motif. Makes me think of Winnie-the-Pooh, and I love Pooh!!! Inspiring for some drawings … thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday!

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    1. well, it published before I could finish, haha. love the bee stencil, beautiful roses!

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  13. What lovely bee stencil projects, Joy! I'm here by was of Talk of the Town! We would love to see you at Tuesday Turn About, by way of myweeabode.com . ;-)

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  14. Bee-utiful, Joy! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!

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  15. Love your bee stencils! Thanks for sharing with us at the To Grandma's house we go link party, I'll be featuring tomorrow morning when the next party starts!

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  16. Joy, I love your bee stencils! Congratulations! You've been featured this week at Celebrate Your Story :)
    https://www.zucchinisisters.com/celebrate-your-story-196/

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

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