Monday, November 14, 2016

Church Paintings

Last week I talked about how I sometimes acquire things and they sit for a year (or ten) before I create anything with them. Other times I create something right away with my junk treasures, as was the case with this box of tin that a friend gave me...
The raised arch shape immediately made me think of a church...
So I filled in the arch with white paint and blended in a little brown...
I added a door...
and, a cross and a wreath...


I loved it so much that I decided to do a series of churches...


Don't be too excited for me yet for having completed a project so quickly...I still have a box full of the tin!

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10 comments:

  1. Love! So simple and sweet. Thanks for linking up to the Talk of the Town link party!

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  2. Love how you saw a rounded arch shape and went with a church! These are so pretty and would make great Christmas gifts, too! I can't wait to see what you do with your box of tin!

    Carrie
    curlycraftymom.com

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  3. These are so sweet and creative! I love the simplicity of them and they have a deep message of the true meaning of Christmas.

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  4. I love these! You have great vision to transform a plain tin into a beautiful work of art! They look great lined up together.

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  5. I love how these turned out. Simply beautiful.

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  6. really pretty, I love the series, I'd love to see you paint more with different styled doors, so fun!! These would sell in a heartbeat!

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  7. Those are so beautiful. I just took a bunch of those tins to the shop to sell. I've had them forever and decided to get rid of them. Now I need to see if they sold, oh man.

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  8. So cute!! What kind of tins are they? Ceiling?

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