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You may or may not recall this faux crate sign I painted back in Aug 2014.  I had made a video along with the step by step but my microphone failed me and it was soundless so I did not post it.  That being said I finally remade it and it is now available.  (CLICK HERE for the step by step photo tutorial and link to pattern)
And this is the video..

I also have the carrot video just about ready to go and I will be posting that soon as well along with some other veggie and fruits.  
I am working on some fun little garden projects and will be sharing that and some garden how to’s.  I am not so sure how the gardening videos will turn out but I am trying it out, learning along the way.  I do find that videos can relay so much more than photos alone and I am trying my best to utilize that avenue.
Here is a teaser for you on the garden projects…
How to Paint a Radish, one stroke at a time, FlowerPatchFarmhouse.com  Along with all the garden fun I am working on a video on painting one of my Victorian Farmhouse Garden benches..it is going to have a fabulous floral finish!
Hand Painted Birds and Bees Farmhouse Garden Bench, FlowerPatchFarmhouse.comNot exactly like this but it does give you an idea of how fun a painted up garden bench can be.  You will just have to wait for the finished product.
Just imagine this bench all painted up. I can’t decide if I want the front to have a garden saying on it or to be floral too. 
DIY How to Build a Victorian Garden BenchUntil then…Happy Radish Painting!

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Tuesday 5th of May 2015

[…] photo will have the link to the corresponding painting lesson.. How to Paint a Tomato How to Paint a Radish How to Paint Peas in a Pod And last but not least, how to paint Lettuce… I did not paint a […]

Mila

Thursday 9th of April 2015

This is absolutely adorable :) I hope you'll find the time to link up with us this week: http://milaslittlethings.com/2015/04/idea-box-thursday-link-party-5.html

xx Mila

Pamela

Sunday 12th of April 2015

I did make sure to link up and thank you so much for your invite!

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Wednesday 8th of April 2015

I love your radish and your carrot signs, they are really pretty. I like that you painted them on the aged wood with the frame around it. Reminds me of the old seed packets.

Pamela

Thursday 9th of April 2015

Thank you, Linda, that is what I was trying to achieve. In fact that is what I call them, my Vintage Seed Packet signs. :) I even did a tutorial on how to make the wood base to paint on, in case others wanted to make some themselves.

Cathy

Wednesday 8th of April 2015

I love your radish sign - so cute and the tutorial is great. Can't wait to see what you do with the garden bench. Painting is one of my favorite things to do and I always love to find someone else who has the same passion. Thank you for sharing at Share It One More Time. Cathy

Pamela

Thursday 9th of April 2015

Hi Cathy. I have been neck deep in tax work this week but I will soon get back to that bench and complete it1 I love to paint, and garden so painting flowers is my favorite though I do paint other things too. Welcome to my little painting haven. I am so glad to meet you.

Jann Olson

Tuesday 7th of April 2015

Can't wait to paint one in my garden book! I will wait until my radishes are up for inspiration. LOL! Thanks for sharing with SYC. hugs, Jann

Pamela

Thursday 9th of April 2015

Great idea, especially as there are all shapes and sizes of radishes. I just planted some of the French Breakfast Radishes and they are more elongated than bulbous. I will have to paint those too!

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