Welcome back for another Quick Tip Painting Tip Tuesday! We are going to do something a little different this week and start a 5 Day Thrifting Painting Challenge using some of the tips that I have already shared with you!
I get so many lovely messages on Facebook and Instagram from you guys about how you wished that you lived closer or our workshops don’t fall on a good day for you. So for months now I’ve been feeling like I’ve failed you! But I’ve come up with a solution so that you can join […]
Welcome to another fun quick painting tip! Where each week I’m going to share with you a fun painting tip that will help you along in your painting adventure. One of the biggest questions I get asked How To Mix Milk Paint. So let’s dive in!
Being out in the garden is something I’m craving for right now because it’s winter time here in Australia. But that won’t stop me from making things with flowers and dreaming I’m out in the garden with the warm sun on my skin! Especially if it means joining a lovely group of my blogging pals […]
Welcome back for another fun Quick Tip Painting Tuesday! My apologies for missing last week. Let’s just say they it was one of “those” weeks. But not to worry, because today it’s all about How To Clean Your Cling On Brushes.
You know when you find galvanized goodies at the shop but they are really bright silver? And not have that nice old well-worn look that we all love? Today for Farmhouse Hens I’m sharing How To Paint A Vintage Farmhouse Planter and dull down bright and shiny galvanized home decor.
Welcome back for another week of Quick Painting Tip Tuesday. I’m a bit late this week due to putting the final touches to our Monthly Painting Party! Each week I will share with you questions that I get asked a lot when it comes to painting furniture, equipment that I use and how to take […]
After going for a little thrift shop in our own garage recently, I came across some fun goodies that needed a little refresh. Sharing How to Milk Paint Farmhouse Thrifted Finds. And then tomorrow I’m going to share how to use your freshly milk painted finds and make a farmhouse style centrepiece.
Hubby recently had all of his household goodies moved here from where he used to live, which is about 4 hours away from us, that has been in storage for the last 10 years. It is seriously like having my own little thrift store in our garage! He was going to throw out a bed […]
Ever wondered if you can paint metal with Milk Paint? You sure can! For today’s tutorial, I’m going to share with you how to Paint Metal With Milk Paint And Get An Aged Look.
With Easter not too far away it’s time to knuckle down and get busy making and creating some fun projects. So for the next week, I’m going to share with you some Easter Projects that you can make too! Today it’s all about Farmhouse Stamped Wooden Carrots.
This little farmhouse Bunny Door hanger is such a fun project for you to make in one afternoon! If you don’t have access to power tools you could always use a bunny cut out that you find at your local $2 Shop and sand it back and then paint away!
This next project is an absolute game changer!! You know when you’ve finished painting a brand new spanking piece of furniture and just can’t find the right drawer pulls? Today I’m sharing a fun way on How To Make Farmhouse Stamped Knobs and then add them to your fresh new piece and make it unique!