Let’s Create A Charming Welcome

A new Series of paintings has been created for you….to welcome your friends, family and neighbors into your home for everday gatherings, seasons, holidays and celebrations…..they will feel Welcome upon entering the front door.

Each painting in the Series ~ will be created on a bevel cut scalloped framed mdf wood piece measuring 10 1/2″ by 6 1/2″ ~ all to fit onto a creative wreath to be made for your front door. What better way to welcome your guests!

The Series will run……well, until I run out of imagination! There is no timing on this series or commitment. Each pattern and blog post will happen as time allows and each will be available to you without expiring…as a pattern or as a pattern and surface combo!

Each release will include a blog post with how-to photos, videos and maybe even a story or two on how to display and create the wreath….to capture your beautiful painting…..‘A Charming Welcome’ for sure.

Let’s get started with our first in the Series ‘Matilda is Homebound’! She has had a good day of broom shopping and is headed home!

Visit the shopping tab or click below to order your pattern or pattern and surface combo, and let’s get painting! Both purchases include shipping cost for your convenience!

The surface is also available thru Sheila Landry Designs at http://www.tolepaintingdesigns.com/amy-mogish-wood-surface ~ cause you’re gonna wanna paint more than one!

Making the ‘Homebound’ wreath is pretty simple ~ first gather a few supplies ~ and a favorite grapevine wreath with greenery assembled.

To create the glitter letters ~ simply purchase wood chip/or cardboard letters ~ found on Etsy or thru Michaels crafts. Using different font styles will keep it interesting, including lower and upper case. Apply DecoArt Decoupage in Matte to each letter and sprinkle with black glitter. I used Miss Mustard Seed Flapper Black Glitter. Let dry. To add to the wreath ~ paint a dowel stick black and hot glue letters to dowel stick. Then grab a few vintage cloths pins to attach to greenery on wreath……’cause vintage is my thing, ya know.

And finally the broomsticks! Created with the following supplies. a 3/4″ dowel stick cut to size, a 2″ styrofoam ball, e6000 glue, ‘cutter’ for styrofoam, a slicer for Quickwood, Quickwood, DecoArt Extender, DecoArt acrylic paint in Antique White, Lamp Black and Georgia Clay, hot glue, raffia, baker’s twine and scissors.

assemble broomsticks as created ~ shown thru these quirky videos! apologies for the wiggly off screen shots!

Once everything is assembled ~ your going to love it. What a ‘Charming Welcome‘ for your guests!

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oh……How could you not love this little mouse…..

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A Charming Welcome it will be for your friends, family and neighbors! Welcome to the Series…..I’m Charmed to have you!

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Coming Soon ~ Custom Home Builds, Santa ‘A Charming Welcome’ Series, #RecipeCard Project, and Farmhouse Cottage Classic Shop

4 thoughts on “Matilda is Homebound|’A Charming Welcome’ Series

  1. Debbi says:

    I really love this so much. I love your creativity and how you put it all together for us to enjoy and create!! Thank you!!

    1. Thank you for your appreciation! I sure do appreciate all my creative friends…..love that we all meet out of our passion for Art! Happy Creating!

  2. This is absolutely fabulous, Amy! Thank you for using my surface and thank you for (again!) partnering up with me with your amazing talents! It is always a joy to work with you and see your amazing designs! I can’t wait to paint it! <3

    1. I am loving this project! ❤️thank you as well…always fun!

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