Creative painting techniques for those painting lovers!
Sponge painting Begin by deciding which colors you would like to use. You will need a base color and at least one accent color, though several can be used. Apply the base coat to the walls and let dry overnight. You are now ready for the fun part of sponging. Any sponge can be used, but a sea sponge creates a richer effect. Prepare the sponge by running it under water and wringing out any excess. Dab the sponge into the accent color and remove any excess paint on some newspaper or cardboard…
How To Stencil A Wall | Wall Stencil Tutorial | My Blessed Life™
Hey y’all! I had the time of my life this past weekend in Atlanta at the Haven Conference. I hope to share more about that later this week! 🙂 Yay! Today, I’m giving you a few more details on how to stencil a wall with the wall I stenciled for my DIY Drop Space project....Read More
Checkerboard Painted Deck Reveal | Sweet Parrish Place
I hope you were able to enjoy your Holiday weekend! I am off today and enjoying a lazy Monday morning. LC never has Memorial Day off, which sucks, so I usually spend the day doing housework. I don’t mind because I haven’t done a stitch of laundry all weekend. The ironic thing about being a […]
How to Stain Brick
Exposed brick adds a lovely accent to any room. And if a particular wall or fireplace is begging for an update, your first thought might be to just paint over it. READ: Faux Fireplace Chalkboard But before you do, have you considered staining it? Anna Moseley of AskAnnaMoseley.com shows us how to give tired, dull brick a fresh new look:
Karl Gercens à Chaumont sur Loire
Le très talentueux Karl Gercens était à Chaumont sur Loire cet été, au festival des jardins. The festival des jardin of Chaumont sur Loire, through Karl Gercens'eyes. Faeric !