• Paint a Pear
  • Mistakes Inspiration
  • 5 DIY Garden Projects
  • DIY Rustic Toolbox
  • Paint an Iris
Learn How to Paint a Pear, one stroke at a time, FlowerPatchFarmhouse.com

Paint a Pear

Learn How to Paint a Pear Back in 2003 I had Tuscan colors as the theme of my kitchen decor so I painted this sign as a main focal point.  It fit the bill The wording is done with a stencil and I didn’t fill in the bridges.  I can’t believe that was 12 years […]

More people would learn from their mistakes Inspirational quote, FlowerPatchFarmhouse.com

Mistakes Inspiration

More People Would Learn Inspiration I know I typically post my photo with inspiration quotes on Monday morning or Sunday evening but I was a bit distracted last night and this morning.  I was going to skip it but I am kind of hooked on trying to pair one of my photos with a great […]

Nana's Garden sign, FlowerPatchFarmhouse.com

5 DIY Garden Projects

5 DIY Garden Projects Are you ready to get outside and work in your garden? Me too.      So for fun I have decided to round up 5 Garden projects for you that I have had a hand in building around here. One favorite I have had in my garden a couple of years and plan […]

Build a Rustic Toolbox, FlowerPatchFarmhouse.com

DIY Rustic Toolbox

Blue DIY Rustic Toolbox The DIY rustic crate I posted about a few weeks ago was so much fun to do, I am using it now as a plate rack on my kitchen counter, and the second one I built is on my painting table in my studio. I shared the link also on how […]

Learn how to paint an Iris, one stroke at a time, FlowerPatchFarmhouse.com

Paint an Iris

Paint an Iris I racked my brain as to what tutorial to bring you next.  Then a surprise popped open early in my garden.  A lovely Iris  started to bloom and gave me the idea to teach how to paint one. (typically not blooming until May or later) I confess it has been a long time […]

Hyacinths, Flower Patch Farmhouse

Spring is Nearly Here!

Spring Is Nearly Here! My favorite time of year, well from now until next November, anyways.  Garden time for me.  I love the warm soft air, the abundance of color and the bird song that I am privileged to enjoy in my garden for the next few months.  You will find me grubby from digging […]

Paint a flying bird (15 of 15)

How to Paint a Flying Bird

How to Paint a Flying Bird and a Pattern Packet Last week I posted this little refurbished stool and it was more than well received so I decided to go ahead and make a pattern packet available along with a step by step tutorial here. (there are affiliate links in the post, see disclosure page […]

Mixed Delphiniums

Grow Delphiniums from Seed

How to Grow Delphiniums from Seed Delphiniums are a vital ingredient of the quintessential English Cottage garden.  They stand tall and stately (up to 6 feet) and are worth the fuss to keep them looking fabulous and  healthy.  This post I will focus on the Delphinium elatum, a hybrid that performs so much better than […]

Art Washes the Soul from the dust of everyday life, FlowerPatchFarmhouse.com

Art Washes the Soul

Art washes the soul from the dust of everyday Life How very appropriate.  Creativity truly does refresh and inspiration is all around us, every day.  I do what I can to bring a bit of creativity to everyone.  I am working on another painting pattern, it is the one that goes with my last post […]

Shabby lil stool gets a new life, FlowerPatchFarmhouse.com

From Shabby to Chic

From Shabby to Chic A lil’ stool makeover. This post contains some affiliate links attached to some photos, please see my disclosure page for more info if you wish. Sometimes the homeliest things can be given a new life with a bit of elbow grease, sand paper and paint.  This little stool did not get […]

Income and Traffic Report FEb 2015, FlowerPatchFarmhouse.com

February 2015 Traffic and Income Report

Traffic and Income Report February 2015   Another month has flown by and it is time to check in and see how we did in growing and financing this blog.  Many of you have mentioned that you find this monthly report helpful and I am so glad to hear that.  So lets get to it! […]