Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Mason Jar Chalkboard

 Good morning!
Yesterday my daughter asked me if I could draw a mason jar filled with flowers on her chalkboard ..I said sure ..but I didn't think it was going to be good enough to hang up :) !
This was the frame I had borrowed and had a piece of wood cut to use for my mantel at Halloween
 and again at Christmas..She had gotten this at a flea market for $5.00.. It is a huge frame and we left the original paint on it..

She loves it and so do I so it might be coming to a chalkboard at my house!

 I still can't believe how well it turned out :)

This mornings sunset in the neighborhood..
R is for Rabbit ( Prairie Schooler)
We went to the Goodwill yesterday and look at these ! I have wanted some red transferware for 2 years to decorate the hutch in the kitchen at Christmastime.. woohoo!!! Is it time to decorate for Christmas yet ?!? :)
Another Prairie Schooler Santa underway ..I would have finished it this past Sunday but I ran out of DMC 221 .. This Sunday for sure ..

Another Prairie Schooler Spring design
My daughter took the chalkboard home last night and hung it but had to take it down because the picture hanging wire on the back is frayed and stretchy ... she needs to get some new wire but its going in her dining area .. we have been working on this area and I can't wait to show you when its finished ! It is awesome!

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Thanks so much for all your visits and sweet comments !

Linking to these fabulous parties !


Kate said...

It's beautiful! I love all the bright colors. You've done some lovely stitching, too. Take care :-)

Robin in Virginia said...

Your Mason jar chalk picture turned out great! I really like all your Prairie Schooler WIPs.

Robin in Virginia

Leslie said...

The chalkboard turned out beautiful ~ I really love it!!!
I see that stitching is so much more relaxing when you have your little buddies on your lap. cute. Loving your pieces.

Have a great night

Pamela said...

It turned out amazing! You always have the best chalkboards. Thanx for sharing at THT!

Barb said...

Super stitching and what a beautiful chalk picture!! You really do have the eye of an artist, Great treasures at the thrift store!

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Thanks so much for stopping by!!

Now this is truly amazing!! What an artist!! LOVE IT!!!

I love your red transferware!! I am slowly taking Winter down through out the house even though we got an inch of ice on Tuesday and now several more inches of snow today. I do put red and blue transferware in the hutch in my Den which I am working on now.....


Carol said...

It looks wonderful--you are really artistic, Priscilla. And how wonderful that your daughter owns her own home! We are trying to convince my oldest son to take the plunge and buy one, too... It just doesn't make sense to rent too long!

Rosemary and Thyme said...

You are a true artist. That chalkboard turned out beautiful.

Perfect for spring.


Vonna Pfeiffer said...

Priscilla....the things you find are absolutely STUNNING!! Red Transferware at Good Will. I love them! And that goodness..absolutely gorgeous!

Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson said...

Priscilla, you did a fabulous job! My chalkboard sits bare right now waiting for me to get busy. I keep forgetting to do it. lol! Great find on the transferware! I love mine!! Thanks for sharing with SYC.

Jane@Cottage at the Crossroads said...

Your Mason jar chalk painting is absolutely gorgeous! You are so talented! Sharing on our FB page! And pinning, of course!

Unknown said...

Aw your little mantle is so creative! I like it a lot (:
Visiting from and would love a visit back.

Little Farmstead said...

Really cute! You are an artist. I love almost everything having to do with mason jars :) and your chalk drawing is no exception! ~julie

Maggee said...

Very pretty! I will be trying my hand at chalkboarding this Spring! You have some nice projects going! Hugs!

Sandy A said...

This chalk painting is absolutely darling! You are so talented. I want to try my hand at this--maybe just start drawing a jar :)

Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson said...

Hi Priscilla, just hopping back to let you know that I will be featuring you at SYC this week.

Unknown said...

You did an incredible job! I want one too!

Cindy @ Dwellings-The Heart of Your Home said...

WOW! That's amazing, turned out beautifully and I do love all the color!

Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY!

Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

That just might be my favorite chalkboard so far! but I think I say that every time. Then you outdo yourself again!