Thursday, June 17, 2010

I'm showing my TRUE COLORS ...Thyme to see my thrift store re-do that I painted in RED, WHITE and BLUE



A few weeks ago I posted this picture
of these wooden pineapple bowls



I paid $1.00 each for them
I wanted to show you what I came up with



I used my woodburning tool to make the lines


I added a wooden star


here are a few new thrift store finds


these are really quite large
I have a pretty good idea what I would like
to paint on the skillett
I think I need to paint it soon as my son
Andrew has his eye on it for camping!


Hugs,
Lynn


20 comments:

  1. DEAR LYNN,
    HOW CREATIVE YOU ARE...THAT IS AN AMAZING JOB...I HAVE SAW THOSE BEFORE AND DIDN'T KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH THEM...I CERTAINLY COULD NOT DO WHAT YOU DO.
    I LOVE THAT WOODEN THING THAT LOOKS LIKE A SHOVEL. IT WOULD BE DARLING WITH A RED, WHITE, AND BLUE CHEF!
    I PRAY FOR YOU EVERY DAY AND PRAY THAT YOU HAVE A PEACE AND THE SWELLING IN YOUR ANKLES BE RESOLVED.
    LOVE, HUGS AND BLESSINGS TO YOU LYNN
    SIMPLY DEBBIE

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  2. wow... I love your ananas!
    hugs
    Fiorella

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  3. Precioso, maravilloso todo tu trabajo y muy imaginativo!!!!!!
    Un saludo desde España

    Anna

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  4. Hi sweetie~ WOW, what a creative idea with those bowls!!! That looks wonderful and I love the woodburning idea, I have one of those tools around here somewhere, may need to dig it out and *play*, LOL!!! Hope you have a wonderful day!

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  5. Wow, Lynn, great guns.. how did you think of that,,Love it and too funny with the skillet? lol
    Maggey

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  6. Love what you did with the pineapple! It's adorable like that! :0)

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  7. Hi Lynn,
    These are adorable. What a great idea so creative!!! Have a great one, Janie

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  8. Very clever Lynn! Love them

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  9. I just love that pineapple Lynn!! Will you be selling them online as I'm very interested in buying one if so.

    Thanks!!
    Brenda
    dpartusch@neb.rr.com

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  10. OMGosh!! What a fabulous idea with the pineapple bowls. LOVE them.
    I love all your new finds.
    I so enjoy stopping by your blog.
    You always have the best creations.
    Always so fun and full of inspiration.
    Thanks so much for sharing with us!!
    Have a wonderful weekend,
    Tam

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  11. Such a simple thing to do. Turn the bowl over! Why didn't I think of that! I've had a set of wooden bowls in the shapes of the 4 card suits that I've been wanting to paint. Now I'll have to try your trick and see what I can create. Hope they turn out as nice as your pineapple! Thanks for the wonderful idea.

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  12. Oh I Love what you did with the pineapples..will keep my out for more of these..I have a woodburning tool too..thanks for sharing..have a great weekend..:)

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  13. Hey, I actually made it here! Love these bowls, I have painted them but never thought to do this with them. Your creativity amazes me! Great job!

    Cathy

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  14. You are so creative! Those are very cute!

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  15. Oh my goodness! Have I said that YOU are amazing! I love your pineapples!

    Blessings & Aloha!
    (I still can NOT comment on your posts through Safari for some reason. but Yay! I am able to do so on Firefox. hm...maybe your other commenter should try a different server, or whatever these are called.)

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  16. Hi Lynn: Love the pineapple bowls....what type of thrift store has multiples of these bowls? GW?

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Lynn Barbadora @ Painting Thyme Needfuls

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