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Monday, October 6, 2014

Old Windows made new again!!

Sharing with you this week the windows I have painted for an antique shop in Tennessee owned by my friends and oldest daughter's dad and stepmom in Celina Tennessee. If you are close by, go shop at the Old Home Place and check the handmade old barn wood furniture and antique finds and handmade creations!
The address is
Old Home Place Antiques
124 E Lake Avenue
Celina Tennessee
931-243-5005
https://www.facebook.com/oldhomeplacetreasures
https://www.facebook.com/barnwoodrevivaldesigns
Owned and operated by Kathy, Casie and John Merrett.



Change of camera, Ipad ran out of space....





I used DecoArt Chalky Finish paint, DecoArt Traditions paint, DecoArt Americana paint, DecoArt UltraSoft and UltraMatte Varnish, Ranger Archival Ink Jet Black, Various Ranger Alcohol Inks, General brand Chalk Pencil and  Designs by John Sliney and Judy Westegaard.

Judy Westegaard's book Chalk It Up
John Sliney Road to Holidays Past
John Sliney Road to Holidays Past 2




5 comments:

Susan Salyer said...

I love this. I have about 12 early 1900 windows. A lady at a flee market just wanted to get rid of them and I was so happy to take them.I am going to amazon to look for the books. I loved this post and sharing. I do hope you feel better. I am curious now about chalk paints I have never used them.
hugs
susan s

Anonymous said...

Greetings,
Loved d idea, Thanks for introducing this concept and Chalk paints, will talk about this with my friends. Bye for now,
With Prayers,
Geeta Rane

Anonymous said...

Greetings,
Loved d idea, Thanks for introducing this concept and Chalk paints, will talk about this with my friends. Bye for now,
With Prayers,
Geeta Rane

Cindi E said...

Thanks, Susan...if you need help with the chalky finish paint, just email or PM me any time! cindi3021@yahoo.com Also try ebay for the books.

Cindi E said...

Thanks much, Geeta! Great to hear from you!