It's about that time of year, SPRING. Here in East Texas, it's felt like spring for a couple of months, I'm even running my air conditioner. I started Spring Hatch with the chicks.
Then I finished up the tulips and and started my bunnies.
I tried a couple of different background colors, but as soon as I started this beautiful Valdani color, I knew it was the one.
All finished up, now on to the hornbook wood I mounted it too. You can also find the hornbook wood in my Etsy shop.
I started with my light color, but wanted to give it a little extra. The colors I used are also in the Spring Hatch punch needle pattern. Before you start your darker color, let the light color dry overnight, then sand it to your liking.
As you can see on the corners, I made / slashes on each corner.
If you think you've added to much of your dark color, just add a little more water to your sponge brush to clean it away.
Then I stained it with Old English furniture polish, you will find the tutorial for that in my last post, and in the tutorial section.
Thanks for dropping by!