I figured as long as I was doing rusted finishes on my crowns,
I may as well attack a few of my other metal pieces.
I used another of the ornate frames I painted for a magnetic board.
I added faded roses to this one.
The fleur-de-lis board from my last post has sold.
I used my painted and scripted frame for one of my aged French book pages, after I added the crown motif.
More work tomorrow. I have many projects in various stages of completion. See ya soon.
Everything you do is always so beautiful. I can see where the fleur de lis frame would be sold that was so pretty.
Lovely Rosemary! So vintage and romantic!ReplyDelete
These are so beautiful! I love the touches of stencil on these. Where on earth to you find so many wonderful things to paint?ReplyDelete
Rosemary, these pieces are gorgeous! I always think it's funny when people say "eww, it's rusty" and we say "yeah baby! it's rusty!" LOL! That crown and book page framed piece is stunning! As always, I loved seeing what you're up to! Take care! xoxo, LeenaReplyDelete
LOVE,LOVE,LOVE the detail on those pieces Rosemary! Gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Love everything that you are showing today they are all so pretty. I would love one of each.ReplyDelete
You make magic Rosemary!:)ReplyDelete
Beautiful pieces Rosemary...I love love that rusty little tray!ReplyDelete
That basket is stunning! I'm sure you're gearing up for Kane Co. and the summer -- you'll be swamped with buyers for sure!ReplyDelete
Your frames are so ornate and beautiful. Every detail you add only enhances how gorgeous they are. Blissful Creating...ReplyDelete
all wonderful! love the filigree dish.ReplyDelete
you go girl