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What I have been working on....

Posted by paintingfool (My Page) on
Sat, May 29, 10 at 16:34

This is another of the little totes I have. I think it is one of those totes that had an old hair dryer in it - of course if you are as old as I am, this was the type dryer we used before blow dryers. Anyway, I was fortunate enough to get 9 cases off Craigs List last summer. I have started painting them and since I am still learning to paint hydrangeas, this was a good practice piece. I have no patience when it comes to painting stroke roses in acrylic so I may start in oil or Genesis paint again.

I painted the outside of the case in pink and off white (one of the OOPS paints from home Depot). I decided not to paint the handle as I was afraid the paint would crack or wear off with use. I am still debating painting something along the sides and of course, I still need to paint something on the inside lid. As usual, I varnished before I remembered to take a picture, so it is a bit shiny.

So glad to see all the nice projects everyone is doing. Now I am off to make my comments.
B


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RE: What I have been working on....

This turned out wonderful. I really like the mix of roses and hydrangeas. I think you have learned how to paint them very well. The ribbon is so cute the way you placed it on there, twisting and turning.

Punk


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RE: What I have been working on....

You are doing wonderful hydrangeas, Bebe. They look so soft and pretty with your gorgeous roses. I love the way you did the ribbon too. Oh yeah, I'm old enough to remember those hair dryers!

Luvs


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RE: What I have been working on....

Just beautiful as always, love the hydrangeas. By the way....I too am old enough to remember those hair dryers. :-)


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