Thursday, July 28, 2011

Magic Transfers!

Did you see the magic 
Laurie from
Heaven's Walk created?.... 



She is a genius! 

I'll let her show you how to make these


I'll show you the pots I made by following her
divine inspiration....






And my pots were free from the trash after someone's garage sale... they were chipped so I painted them first....


Don't they look amazing?!

And thanks Graphics Fairy for your help with this!

And yes, that is another piece of my 8' ladder
Susan

13 comments:

  1. Those do look amazing! I'm heading over now to see how to do it....LOVE! Lisa~

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  2. SUSAN!!!! They turned out so beautiful!! GREAT job, girl!!!! Didn't you find that the older and more beat up the pots were, the better the transfers worked and more vintage they looked? :) LUV LUV LUV them!!! I'm so glad that you're happy with them! ♥

    xoxo laurie

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  3. These look great, I'm so curious I have to pop over now and see how this is done.

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  4. I'm gonna try that method too...can't wait!
    I have a question from a post below...same one as everyone...the paint stick...is that something from the chalk paint or from a craft store? I really like how your image turned out...
    Rene

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  5. Great blog =]
    I am following you for obvious reasons ;] would love for you to check me out as well
    http://vanessaduranajunkjunkie.blogspot.com/
    tootles
    V.

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  6. I LOVE your blog and am so excited to have
    found you from Kristin's blog :)

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  7. Absolutely beautiful. Thanks for linking up;)

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  8. Love those pots, they turned out great!
    XXX Ido

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  9. Very cute pots. I'll run on over and check out Laurie's tutorial.

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  10. So pretty! Can't wait to try this out!

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  11. They turned out great - love them!!TFS.
    XO Marie

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  12. They do look amazing! And I love that they were free!

    Jeanine

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  13. Bravo - C'est très joli - très français - j'aime beaucoup ces jolis pots, je vais essayer aussi
    Miss des Breunières de France

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