Monday, March 29, 2010

My Plaster Rose Painted.

I painted one of the Plaster roses.. I tried to make it really soft and aged looking.  I see now some touch ups i need to do. Let me know what you think..
                                                     



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8 comments:

soggibottom said...

I'm only good at painting walls, so maybe my comment doesn't count !
But they look good to me x x x

Sandy~Romantique Inspirations~ said...

Another Great JOb! Boy your going good, where the heck are you getting all your energy... please give me some! I have been to overwhelmed with everything I have to do, so I end up doing nothing..... I better snap out of it.

Take Care*

Shirley said...

It looks great and I really like it. Have you decided it you are going to hang them on a wall yet. I think they would accent a picture frame on a wall at the top and bottom. Here I go dreaming again about other peoples things. Take care and thanks for the visit. Your Missouri Friend.

Holly- Girls At Heart said...

Good job, Sandi! ♥ You added shading and everything! I have about 10 half done projects around here! It's hard for me to stick with one thing. ~ Blush ~

Holly- Girls At Heart said...

Sorry, Shelia! Hee-hee! ♥

Sandi said...

Oh I like them much better painted! You did a fabulous job! I was thinking I would paint them all white, but they do look so pretty!!
Much better than I could have done.
Blessings~

Sweet Pearlie May said...

Sheila, these are just beautiful, you've done a gorgeous job with them!
Thank you stopping by my blog and leaving the lovely message. I appreciate it very much.
Blessings to you xo

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Oh Sheila sweetie...
These roses are just breathtaking. My gosh I love them. They looks so darn real, truly. I am so amazed with the things that you can make and do. I can paint a few walls, and sketch a little, color in a coloring book, but you, your work is exquisite.

Thank you for sharing. I love these roses. GREAT job, EXCELLENT job sweetie.

Have a beautiful day. Country hugs and so much love, Sherry