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A walk in the woods with Prima

This month has filled my creative desires. My name is Jean and I adore working with PRIMA.

Since people might be preparing for loads of chopped firewood, I thought this was appropriate.   Tree limbs make for such darling projects.

I created a video for today. I promise I am getting better and will have it mastered in 10 or 20 years!

I added some drops of ink to the centers of the flowers for more pop and definition.

The reverse side is finished to hide the ink testing I did as you will see in the video.  It also conceals the glue used for the hanger.  


PRIMA Flowers Lifetime and Ladybird
PRIMA Paint Metallique Soft Satin
Walnut Hollow wood
Paris Trunk Re-Inker (sale)
Kai Scissors  (sale)
glue gun

Here is the video, hope you giggle along with me!

Thanks for visiting and stay tuned for the names of PRIMA product winners!

Comment here to be in the drawing. 

To our friends in Texas, we are with you in spirit and hope all is OK.  We send wishes that you and your home are safe.


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