It looks great with my roses.
I didn't want the image too sharp. I like the faded look.
Now, for a nice shower. See ya soon.
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I like the white bucket with the transfered image. Very pretty.ReplyDelete
That looks really pretty, Rosemary! I finally got some of those pens. I did attempt a transfer, but I think I must have used the wrong printer, because nothing happened. I need to get my images to print to our regular printer and try it again. Yours always come out so nice.ReplyDelete
That looks so pretty Rosemary and the pink roses look beautiful!ReplyDelete
Love your pail and it doesn't look new at all!ReplyDelete
Love that bucket..and the flowers are gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Your pail looks so pretty with the flowers! I love the image you chose.ReplyDelete
That is sooo pretty, I may have to borrow this idea LOL.ReplyDelete
Looks great Rosemary....I like it faded too...lovely...ReplyDelete
Hi Rosemary, your bucket looks wonderful and your roses are beautiful. Glad you had a good day with your garage sale!ReplyDelete
Love the little pale - such a sweet image and your roses are gorgeous! Wish I was there for your garage sale! Bet you have all kinds of wonderful goodies for sale! Have fun with it! Hugs, LeenaReplyDelete
That looks so pretty Rosemary! I purchased one of those pens and I can't wait to give it a try. Hope you have a wonderful day, GailReplyDelete
Beautiful roses and pail. I finally found that pen - hope to use it this weekend. So glad you where able to sell some of your stash.ReplyDelete
Beautiful pail Rosemary... I wish I was at your garage sale too! Mine is tomorrow LOL Gotta get rid of some of this stuff!!!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! I love the flowers too :)ReplyDelete
Oh so pink and pretty- I always love your treasures.ReplyDelete
Very nice -- you do such clever things. I need to figure out the "art of the transfer" -- I keep seeing such cool things done with it.ReplyDelete
I love it! I love how french that looks. I just reviewed your tutorial on that and may have to get one of those pens and try it for myself. That looks like a fun project.ReplyDelete
I love it! It looks great and that pop of color really makes it stand out!ReplyDelete
So pretty -- I love the graphic and the 'worn' look of it. Perfect weather FINALLY for a garage sale! I plan to be out hitting a few tomorrow, working on getting the garden tilled and generally soaking in the warm weather!ReplyDelete
Beautiful, Rosemary! Love those gorgeous roses in it! I don't see any brush strokes on your pail. What kind of paint/method did you use??? :) I've got a couple of those pails in my basement that need a facelift!ReplyDelete
Love the French garden over here Rosemary :)ReplyDelete
The bucket / pail is as French as it can be, and it turned out so beautiful, amazing what a little paint can do.
Thank you sweet friend for making an early visit to my place and commenting me is even better yet!
Its so much fun inspiring one another is it not?
Lots of inspiration your way.
Also I like Rose and grey...it' so so fine ....ReplyDelete
Beautiful Rosemary, you are so creative! XO ChristieReplyDelete
Beautiful especially with those roses!
Love your white pail. I just bought a white pail at Target for $2.00 and I want to do something with it. Maybe I'll try the transfer.ReplyDelete
Lovely, fabulous, and I am wanting to make one for my French inspired kitchen! TanyaReplyDelete
The pail is lovely. Restrained and elegant and yes, so right for those lovely roses you have.ReplyDelete
Glad you yard sale was successful....Beautiful pail and the roses are just perfect! Have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
just pretty :)ReplyDelete
and do not miss...
it is FUN :)
Håkan ( The Roseman)
Love it Rosemary- so charming! Thanks for linking up ! :)ReplyDelete
Great idea, I have an old bucket that could use a similar redo. I just wish I could find those pens at our local Michaels!ReplyDelete
I love the way your bucket turned out. The flowers are lovely, too.ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking up to Shabbilicious Friday at Shabby Art Boutique Rosemary. I've featured this post today over on Facebook ~ http://www.facebook.com/WoodberryDesignsReplyDelete
It's amazing how a simple pail can be made to look so pretty!!!ReplyDelete