I'm adding more goodies
to my Christmas Corner!
I'm going neutral.
I love the restful color palette,
but it's quite the challenge for me
to keep from adding a blast of red.
Well, today it's cream, white, gray, and brown
with lots of twinkly lights.
I made the stocking board out of fence board.
I double loaded my brush with Early American Stain
and Black Semi-Gloss Paint.
I brushed a gloss acrylic sealer on the boards
and added some $2 hooks from Hobby Lobby.
I like the rustic old barn look,
especially the dark contrast with all of the light coordinates.
What about this chair that I found in the trash!
All trendy now with the chevron fabric,
natural caned back,
white chippy paint,
and on casters, ta boot.
It's a squatty little chair , but so inviting,
especially now with the sweet woodland deer pillow.
Now that was a fun paint project I have been wanting to try.
You should see Craftberry Bush watercolors.
She paints a beautiful watercolor buck that you can
purchase at her site.
I sketched mine with pencil and then used
watered down acrylics on canvas for my pillow.
I have more woodland craft ideas I hope to get to!
You can find how to make the
Merry Christmas sign here.
Are you all getting ready to make
a little Christmas Nook?!
I don't have a mantel, so I have to create a space.
Have a great Thanksgiving Week!