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Haunting sign

Posted by anjabee (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 3, 11 at 9:43

Design by John Sliney Photobucket Photobucket I just love those cheesy grins. That's what my kids do when it's picture time! ha


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Anj....as you know Primitive isn't my fave...but these guy are awesome! I have seen several of John's patterns and you have one of the best....where did you find the wood or how did you age it?

Thanks for sharing!

Belle


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Belle~ this piece of wood started off as a long snowman hanger that I got at the TS for 50cents! I cut the round head part into the pointy part of the sign, then sanded it all down. To make it aged, I painted the first coat black then I rubbed a candle in all the spots that I wanted it to look worn, especially around the edges. Then I painted my grey color over the top then after it dried, I sanded it. The wax makes the color not stick so good and it sands right off in a neat pattern. Then I went over it with a dark brown mixed with an antiquing medium. Glad you like it. I love most of John Sliney's designs.


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Here you go again with another neat project. This sign is Great Anj. Those grins are making me grin from ear to ear. So fun.

I remember you doing this process on another project that I really enjoyed last year. Wanna share again?

Punk


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If I have time I will try to look for it. I am in a terrible rush this week! Leaving to go to Mississippi early Sat morning and have so much to do before then, but I will try!!


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Bet your kids love this one. Can't help but smile when you see it. Have a great time on your trip. Luvs


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