July is one of my favorite months of the year with all the fun in the sun, gathering with friends/family & of course... Summer florals galore blooming outside!! I grew up loving a good garden & learning from all the amazing women in my life how to create/care for my own plot of amazing someday.
Today we have four gardens surrounding our home- including one that our son Cooper helped design- picking the brightest flowers he could find at our local garden center, & helping me construct a teepee out of fallen sticks with morning glories growing up to form a canopy cover (amazingggg project my mom taught me when I was little, & only costs about $3 in seeds + daily watering).
All of that said, I'm SUPER excited about this week's project. Our Queen Anne's Lace wildflower concept started as an event idea, but then we shifted to share it here on the blog! Here's our supply list-
- Small Round Brush
- FolkArt Multi-Purpose Acrylic Craft Paint in Titanium White, School Bus Yellow, Classic Green & Lime Green
- We opted to use a wine bottle (with fairy lights inside) to create this design, BUT the steps will work on anything from pallet wood to glassware to a mural on your wall! A quick side note for our glass painting friends- if you're using a paint other than that suggested above, read the back of the bottle to confirm it will adhere to glass & learn what the curing process is.
Once you have your paint poured, tap below to watch the full time lapse tutorial (note: tap the gear at bottom right while watching to slow down or speed up the painting) & mark your calendars to stop back the first Wednesday of every month to create something new with us!