Monday, March 12, 2012

Rosemary's Gesso

If you haven't hopped over here, you must! This girl can make anything look fantastic. I love her use of gesso to create an old world finish. Found a mirror and followed Rosemary's instructions....easy and amazing results. My pics kinda stink but you'll get the idea. No before pic though :(

Here it is primed in gray and then I dry brushed a light blue/gray onto the raised areas.

Before the gesso


And after....love it, what a difference!



Thanks Rosemary for sharing your secrets :)

Side note***this sold within an hour of listing in my Etsy shop so thanks again Rosemary!

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8 comments:

Rosemary@villabarnes said...

You're welcome! You did an awesome job. Love the mirror. Let's see some more. Work it!

The Polka Dot Closet said...

I came to get a better look, how funny that we post posted about gesso today! Great frame!

Carol

Sylvia said...

Rosemary is very inspiring, she got me hooked on gesso too!!!
Your frames turned out very pretty.

Sylvia

Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

What a pretty patina!

Rosemary@villabarnes said...

Hi Sue,

I'm planning to start doing "Featuring, YOU" posts, where I feature some of you who have used my techniques, and so graciously linked back to me. I'd like to have you as one of my features. I'll have a link back to you, and a pic from your blog. Let me know if that's okay.

xoxoRosemary

Green Willow Pond said...

I'm visiting all my fellow feature ladies from Villabarnes. Wasn't that sweet of her? I love your frame! I think between this and my galvanized finish, nothing will be safe from my paintbrush lol!

Have a super weekend!
Deborah

ImSoVintage said...

What a great job you did on this. Don't you just love Rosemary? She is so sweet and so talented. I am now a new follower.
Laura from ImSoVintage

Barbara Jean said...

it's great.
i am confused though. is the geso gray? it looks like the top coat is gray.

thanks
barbara jean