Blue & White But Not Traditional Furniture Makeovers & New Artwork

Feb 23, 2017 | 0 comments

Denim Jeans,
Antique China,
Fading Skies,
Blooming Iris,
Salty Waters,
Soaring Blue Jay

These are all my sources for inspiration.
 Blue fading to white is timeless and impressionable.

I used paint from CeCe Caldwell’s Paints for the two furniture makeovers I’m sharing today. For this ombre finish, I used Windsor Blue, Antique White and Blue Montana Sky. I think I could use these colors on every single piece I paint! The coverage is amazing and if you’re a painter also, you know that shades of blue cover so easily…and I like easy!

Here I am, bringing back this fun Otomi paper again. I paired it with Windsor Blue (again) and highlighted the blue with Sante Fe Turquoise. Look closely and I’m sure you’ll see the Carolina Sun Yellow I add to almost every piece I makeover.

I had to add these fun hand painted knobs, also.

You can find both of these pieces in my online shop, www.theturquoiseiris.com
On a new lighter note, I’ve been having the best time painting canvases 
and guess what, my friends?!?!?? They are selling!!! I’ve already sold 11 paintings for February. I honestly do a happy dance every time someone purchases a piece of my art.

Here are a few. 

Isn’t it amazing that we can keep learning, keep trying new things, begin and begin over and over again? I don’t know about you but I still have so many things I’d like to try my hand at. 
If you could learn a new craft or skill, what would that be?


Until next time,

Dionne

Get your FREE Creative Business Success Planner!

Make more income from your art AND find more time to paint with my new Creative Business Success Planner! This workbook will help you build a business that’s aligned with your ideals, goals, and vision so you can get paid to do more of what you love.

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This

Share This!

Share this post with your friends!