Classic Amy Joanne

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If you have been following along for a while you know that I am not much of a flower girl, creating flowers that is….I tried and have taken many classes ~ but my patience is weary….I think I will leave the serious floral paintings to the Artists ~ such as ….some of my favorites Annie Quigley, Kelly Hoernig and Rebecca Baer.

But I have fallin’ in love with these ‘cute as a button flowers’……they have a simple prettiness about them.

‘Cute as a Button Flower’ design was originally created for my Shop ‘Cottage Classics’ within 895 Studio in New Ringgold PA….. how can there be a Cottage Shop without flowers right? The whole display of vintage bowls and pretty flowers will be scattered thru-out the Shop….The Art was needed to support it after-all.

Catch a glimple of the shop ‘Cottage Classics’ in a week or so thru our FaceBook Group ‘Create with Classic Amy Joanne’

and here it is the ‘Cute as a Button Flower‘ Classic Chalk Art Pattern for you to create!

One with Summer like colors in a white stoneware bowl….with a blue stripe, of course.

and another in Autumn like colors within a yellow ware bowl!

…..the flowers are just as ‘Cute as a Button’ ~ here is a quick video on how to create them.

the new pattern is available to you with both Summer and Autumn designs included!

Cute As A Button Classic Chalk Art Pattern

Pattern includes supply list, how-to, instructions, line drawing and many photos! Price includes shipping.

$10.00

You can find similar style Chalk Art just by clicking the ‘Shop’ tab at the top of the page! or (here).

…and below, is just a fun photo to simply enjoy….wouldn’t it be fun to gather a few button flowers, wrap in brown paper, tie up with string ~ then print this little card and give as a gift along with this Classic Chalk Art?

Thank you for your support of this Small Business and Artist…..you make this Art-filled life happen….Enjoy!

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Coming Soon ~ Peanut Butter Butter Squares May Recipe Card Project, Stylin’ with Art Boards, Fabric Walls & Little Dressers, and New Things in the Kitchen

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