Robert and I were invited to Wesley United Methodist Church in Greenville to teach a workshop. It was a packed class and during the group photo I thought, “this talent has to go the blog.” Everybody loved the idea so here we are.
Just look at all those signs, from every day, fall and Christmas I was blown away by each design.
Nobody really knew what to expect when they arrived; that’s just one of the things I love most about these workshops. We encourage others to reach outside their comfort zone because it’s healthy and that’s when we grow.
Let’s get an up-close look at some of these projects, the color pallets were beyond awesome.
Two takes on Fall
If you’re looking for something fun to make for fall then check out both of these signs. The first one went pretty traditional with a nice chocolate background, subtle fall colors and that nice pop of white that makes a fun statement.
Then we have that famous peacock color that everybody loves but so many are afraid to use. She used a heavy dry brush on this and it worked perfectly with the combination of bright orange and white.
So, think outside the box when it comes to fall colors because it might surprise you how other colors can brighten up the season.
A Wedding and Front Porch
These two gals went every day; the first is a wedding sign for later this fall. She incorporated her colors but didn’t go overboard so she can still use this in her home after the wedding; I thought that was cool and the two shades of green with the white was a nice touch.
The welcome y’all was headed to a front porch to welcome guests. Included another neat color pallet using sea glass for the back ground and the daisy stencil went perfect with the message. This is warm and inviting and I bet it looks great on her porch.
More Fall with Great Colors
We’re back with fall; I love both of these because they reflect the personality of their creators which is fantastic.
The color pallets were perfect and a neat reminder that fall can be anything so reach out and do something that represents the beauty of the season. Keep it simple or make a statement!
Grateful, Thankful and Blessed
These two gals were sitting across the room from each other and had no idea what the other was making. So, I wanted to place their signs together to show the different takes on a similar theme for Grateful, Thankful and Blessed. I love both soft and bold!
This was a fantastic evening and Robert and I had the best time creating with everyone. Making home decor for everyday or seasonal is a fun thing because it allows for time to design something that represents you.
These workshops continue to be a blessing.