"When nothing is sure, everything is possible." Margaret Drabble
You won my blog giveaway sweetie!!!
well, I can't say I share your love for rusters but I do love this one! :) And yes, you have to have layers. Mine usually get covered up. :)
Oh boy ... I'm in love, lol.I absolutely love roosters (the rooster is the symbol of my country by the way)and yours is really gorgeous with all these layers, these cracks and beautiful colours.Gorgeous !(did I tell you it was gorgeous ? ;o) )
This Rooster is wonderful. Great job. Don't you love painting on cupboard doors. I really do.T
There is something about them, they get one's attention with their brightness and personality.People love them. I really like your found rooster, have never seen that design before. Your painting on the door is wonderful Diane. I bet your busy getting ready again. Also I am fond of the crackle, husband does not understand that, he thinks things should be smooth.Have a nice Holiday weekend. I am going to see garden ant and other art at a sale put on by a guild Friday. Wish you were there.
Gorgeous Rooster and I love all the layers.Roosters are really popular in my store too.And you are the queen of great finds at yard sales!
I love your rooster, looks gorgeous ! But I am not too fond of them in real life LOL
Your rooster is great and I love the idea of painting on those doors!! I need to get to our Habitat resale store and see if they have nay!!
Amazing rooster! I'll have to give the crackle paint a try sometime soon. That garage sale find is also amazing!
The rooster painting is just gorgeous. I love roosters, as well. My mother-in-law adores them. They are just so beautiful and majestic. I really like the one you found at a garage sale - it's so unique! Have a great day! Theresa
it is beautiful....a sure seller.. ;)
just awesome and I agree, I love that crackle paint! a bit pricey though!!
You are so talented! Wish my kitchen cabinets looked this good!
You are so talented. I never get tired of your art, so how could I ever get tired of roosters?
I surely loves him, Diane,he looks so sweet, and the colors are fantastic, as is the checkerboard pattern- just how big is this piece,I wonder?Your red rooster is great.Hugs,Dorthe
Hi Diane,Welcome to the guest list for the 2010 Where Bloggers Create party! I think we are going to have such a wonderful time soaking up all the inspiration!Take care, and I’ll be in touch!KarenMy Desert CottageValentine Design
Love that crackle paint and your layers...I agree 100% re garage sales. Such treasures!
Hi,I love your work! Beautiful! Blessings,Debbie
Hi Diane, your rooster is fabulous and I also love your fav.debby
Great rooster! The one from the garage sale is a hoot.
This is gorgeous! My goodness the details and crackling! So wonderful! My Dad adores chickens, has wyendots and the whole deal! This reminds me of his collection. Thanks for the kind words and showing us another of your gorgeous works!Blessings.
oh my gosh diane...what a fantastic rooster...i love 'em too, so there's gotta be a LOT of others that do...what a beautiful beautiful job you've done.an man what a score for your collection, it's a beauty!!
I love everything you paint Diane! Great work as always :-)
Great rooster Diane! and selling stuff..wow...bravo!
Thanks for the tutorial, and you make it look so easy. Your work is awesome as usual! Love visiting your blog! ~Sam
Well, crummy crum, wouldn't you know. One more thing we have in common: I LOVE roosters and chickens, love ghost busters on TV, love survivor, love Bob and Oliver..... hmmmmm, I could keep going ..... hugs, ; )
Beautiful! What harmony the way the picture and frame come together! You say the Ranger Crackle Paint comes in different colors? And can be applied to different surfaces? I'm currently in a crackle paint experimentation phase and have not, as yet, tried Ranger. Thanks for sharing!
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