However, after getting some things in order, relaxing a bit, and cooking a big Thanksgiving dinner for my family, I feel a lot better. For the first time in quite a few years, we decided to stay home for Thanksgiving. We're usually guests at a relatives house.
I have to say, I enjoyed not having to go anywhere, cooking up a storm, eating, watching movies, and just hanging with my family.
Now that everything is cleaned up, and I've recouped from enjoying my own cooking a little too much, I'm back in painting mode.
As a matter of fact, I've been painting all day, using the paint recipes from the FARRAGOZ course.
Having fun layering, experimenting,
and painting more clocks.
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For the next 7 days, the full cost of the FARRAGOZ course will be reduced to a one time payment of $99 for the 12 month online course. The current discounted one time payment is $150. That's an additional $51 savings for you. There are also two additional discounted easy payment options.
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See ya soon.
This is not a paid post. FARRAGOZ has enrolled me in their course to give an honest review. All opinions are my own. My decision to become a FARRAGOZ affiliate, and extend this discounted offer, was based on my impression of the course.
gorgeous pieces rosemary....happy Thanksgiving to you and yours! :)ReplyDelete
Rosemary, I always love your beautiful pieces. I have been seeing your clock faces a lot on pinterest and FB and they are just gorgeous!!ReplyDelete
I know what you mean about taking time for yourself and relaxing. I don't know how you do it all!!
Thank you so much for your sweet comment on my shabby kitchen redo, it means so much to hear from you.
I just love the finishes you used on those gorgeous frames! Glad you had a relaxing and fun Thanksgiving with your family, Rosemary!ReplyDelete
Glad you're back! I bet it did feel good to take a break. You stay so busy. I've been busy decorating for Christmas. Almost done now!ReplyDelete
...gorgeous colours and textures Rosemary and love the flatness of your paints...Mel:)ReplyDelete
We all need time to cach up occasionally Rosemary. I'm so glad you had an enjoyable day with your family.ReplyDelete
The paint finishes you're doing are beautiful! I'm glad you had a nice, relaxing Thanksgiving with your family:) I remember the days of running around with the boys, trying to keep both grandma's happy and having to eat two huge meals!!! Exhausting!ReplyDelete
They're all gorgeous! Happy to hear you enjoyed your break and enjoyed your special time with your family.ReplyDelete