Thursday, March 29, 2012

Featuring, YOU

I'm not showing my work today, I'm showing YOURS.

One thing I have been meaning to do for quite a while, is give a shout out to some of you who have used a technique you saw here, and so graciously linked back to my blog.  I have been quite impressed with the results.  As I approach my one year anniversary of blogging,  I have decided to add,  "Featuring, YOU" posts.  If you've used my techniques, and mentioned me with a link back in your post, let me know. Honestly, I've lost track of some, and can't remember who, or when.  Email me your link, and I'll take a peek. You may be featured next.  I have a few to show you today.  These ladies rocked the "Old World Finish".

Carol at The Polka Dot Closet.  Carol is really working it.






Deborah Lynn at Green Willow Pond.  Beautiful tray.







 Sue at Uniquely Chic.  Nice job on the frame.







Lorraine  at MissFlibbertigibbet.  Lorraine has been aware of gesso for a long time, but gave me a shout out for showing it's versatility, and boosting it's popularity.  Love this angel lamp.



Let's give these talented ladies a hand, and pay them a visit.

I love to inspire, but I'm also inspired by you.

So, have you used the  Old World FinishSplendid TransferGesso?  Did you mention me on your blog?  Am I aware of it?  I enjoy seeing your interpretations, and would love to feature your work.




21 comments:

  1. I like many things done old world style!

    All of those are beautiful!Just in case I don't come back in time, Happy one year on your blogging anniversary!

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  2. Rosemary, heads up my dear .... I actually shouted you out a LONG time ago : ) http://www.deannario.com/2011/09/howdy-guys.html. I luv your work and your technique. You're truly an inspiration : )
    ~ Deanna

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  3. Hi Rosemary! I finally found some gesso and have picked out several pieces to try it out on. I'll let you know how they turn out as soon as I get a chance to work on them. You're always so inspirational and your work makes me smile! Take care! Hugs, Leena

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  4. Thank your for the shout out!! Next on my Rosemary list is the splendid transfer! If it is as easy as gesso....I will be thrilled! I'l let you know! Off to visit my fellow featured gesso friends

    Carol

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  5. How sweet of you Rosemary! They are all beautiful features. Congrats on your upcoming anniversary.

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  6. Well done by all. Love the tray, I buy Florentine trays all the time.

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  7. Wow Rosemary you have inspired so many beautiful creations! I must try one of your techniques. How sweet of you to feature others.
    Happy First Bloggerversary!!!

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  8. Hi Rosemary,

    Great looking shout outs. How sweet of you to feature them.

    Dee

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  9. Just lovely...so much talent...thanks for sharing!

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  10. Great jobs! Rosemary, you are toooooo S~W~E~E~T!

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  11. Thank you Rosemary for the feature! I'm so honored because you are the Queen of the Old World technique in my book! I must make the rounds to the others featured here. So much talent!

    {{hugs}}
    Deborah

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  12. Thanks so much Rosemary for featuring my little angel! You are kind to show us all off! I'm sure the gesso sales are shooting up all over thanks to you! We need to buy stock! LOL
    Lorraine

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  13. Great projects!
    And such a kind gesture from your side!
    Blessings

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  14. all of these are superb~! I hope someday to be featured here as I plan to use your technique on the secretary I posted several weeks ago.
    oh how I wish it would turn out half as well as these folks projects.

    very kind of you to show off their work and I know they are thrilled.

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  15. Sweet blogger friends you have...

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  16. Just look at all the peeps you have inspired!

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