Sunday, June 19, 2011

Paint does the trick

I hope I'm not being lame with what I've got to share today, but being that we're still in school with baseball still in full swing (no pun intended), I just haven't been able to play as much as I would like. Believe me, there is quite a list of projects to work on around here.



Anyway, delightful Debbie of Debbiedoos, is part of the Blog Party sponsored by At the Picket Fence. Because I love all things Debbie, I just had to join her party.

Let's see, shall we?



I had this white bucket for a few years now. It was worn & slightly rusty which is in tune with my style, but I heard it tell me loud & clear that it wanted a vibrant new color, like this:



I love it filled with yellow, blue & green flowers.



Now it's something pretty & colorful to go against my front door. Anything to make that ugly blue door look better. Ahem. Moving on.

I had this cute little bird as part of my pool deck decor last year. As you can see the sun was not kind to him at all.



Again, I heard him tell me loud & clear that he wanted a vibrant new color, like this:



I mean, come on now, who wouldn't want to be painted fire engine red with touches of apricot, right?

So that's all I have to share today. Thanks for stopping by. Head over to Debbie's to check out what I'm sure will be some amazing paint projects.

17 comments:

Pattie said...

Gina, You did good I too have done what I can do. your stuff is very cute... Happy party time...

Pattie

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

Gina, I love your projects, and I think you did a great job choosing the paint colors. I linked to the other party with the Children's Activities as its theme. I did not have time to paint anything!

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Hi Gina! I can understand being so busy since our house has been crazy the last few weeks. The bucket is the perfect color for Summer and the little bird is adorable. Have a fun Summer!
xo,
Sherry

❀❀❀Ðαωᾔ❀❀❀ said...

The little bird is so cute, great color choice. Lovely yellow on the bucket, it's so bright and cheery:)

⚜ ↁℯℬℬᴵℰ⚜ said...

hi Gina! Looking so pretty and happy there at your door way. I like the blue door actually. Thanks Gina for joining in, and for always your sweetness.

Something Nice and Pretty said...

I love what you did, it looks beautiful on your door and the bird looks so happy!

Rondell

KAT said...

Love this The bucket is a cool idea I like it a lot
KAT

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Gina, it's not lame, at least you did not resort to painting rocks! You are so right, that Debbiedoo is a trouble maker!LOL (had to add that)

Carol

Dawna said...

Hi Gina! I love the bright yellow bucket!! Great job! It looks so cheery filled with flowers. Have a sunny, happy day!

Janet said...

I think it's so amazing what a little paint can do! Everything looks so pretty!
Blessings,
Janet

Pam - diy Design Fanatic said...

Oh my gosh! That little bird is too cute! Your yellow bucket with is really pretty and perfect with the flowers in it!

Ana said...

Oh Gina, lovin' those vibrant colors...Amazing what a big change a little paint can make. I love, love, love painting stuff. It's very theraputic for me...Crazy huh? Something very relaxing and soothing about painting :-P Wishing you a wonderful evening my dear friend.

Much love,
♥Ana

Poppy said...

I love the gorgeous transformation the bucket and the birdie went through... the bucket looks so bright and cherrful and is perfect for those colorful blooms. Looking awesome on your front door. Thanks for sharing!~Poppy

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❀ⒹⒺⒺ❀ said...

I love the flowers in the bucket. The bird came out really cute.

Dee
Your new follower

rachelsjunkinthetrunk said...

Way too cute!I am in the mood to paint now...thank you! Love the site!

Melonie said...

Girl you make me want to get out the Krylon and paint everything in sight! LOVE that bird soooo much! Great projects.

A Cottage Muse said...

Hi Gina...very happy I stopped in!
Those colors are so cheery, just what I needed!

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