Porch Sitters for Fall
It’s that time of year again when anything that can be painted orange is fair game. These junk finds were my latest victims.
I had to do a little bit of work on the seat of one of the chairs. Water damage had caused the top layers to loosen and peel. Once I removed all the layers, I was left with a hole in the center. Not a problem…
…I cut a few scraps of pallet wood and covered it up.
I painted the chairs a little heavier than dry brushing. I guess you could call it rough brushing. I like to use it on projects that I want to look old, primitive and weathered. I kinda scrub the bristles over surfaces and in crevices and tight spots. My brush looks terrible, but I like to think of it as well-seasoned. My husband keeps trying to throw it away, but he just doesn’t realize its potential. Hands off, Honey!
My Cricut was used to make the stencil. I use card stock. It’s usually good for quite a few stenciling jobs.
Leaf garland completed these festive fall porch sitters.