Monday, June 11, 2012

DIY Hall Of Fame



Welcome to the DIY Hall Of Fame.

If you missed the first post of the series you can still
see it HERE.

Many of you know and love the very gifted lady featured today.
Rosemary is the author of the blog Villabarnes and she is one very
talented and creative lady.  Rosemary takes ordinary decorative items
and turns them into masterpieces with decorative painting techniques.

It is my honor to include her in the DIY Hall Of Fame.

Here is just a taste of her remarkable talent....

Creative bottles.



Nail head trim
Old world paint technique

Another beautiful paint technique
Adding dimension



Rosemary sells her creations at antique shows and by appointment.
To see more of her DIY projects visit Villabarnes or if interested
 in purchasing see her Etsy shop.  

Thanks for visiting and don't forget my GIVEAWAY that ends on
June 14th.

Partying this week at:


xo,
Sherry

23 comments:

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Everything is so pretty. She definitely has a creative eye. Hugs, Marty

Anne said...

Sherry,
Rosemary is not only super talented but a super sweet lady too.I was fortunate enough to meet her recently.So happy to see her featured here!
((((Hugs))))
Anne

Linda@Coastal Charm said...

She is such a sweetie and very talented too!!

Blessings,
Linda

Rosemary@villabarnes said...

Sherry, I'm beyond honored to be included in your DIY Hall Of Fame. When I started blogging last year, I never dreamed so many talented, creative, and gracious people such as yourself would acknowledge me. I'm truly touched.
xoxoRosemary

Herballistic Garden said...

I love Rosemary! I think I'm buying that wee bottle with the Angel Wing on it...so excited! Thanks for coming over to see my Garden Gate as well and for the link party! Rosemary is so worthy of this honour you've given her! xo wendy

NanaDiana said...

What beautiful things. I can't think of anyone more deserving. She does phenomenal work- xo Diana

Faux Pas Farm Gal said...

How gorgeous!

Toni said...

Rosemary is so sweet and willing to share her creative side...I am SO glad I do not live in her neck of the woods... I would be broke!!!

Gina said...

Rosemary's talent definitely deserves Hall of Fame status! Thanks for sharing, Sherry.

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

Her creations are always a feast for the eyes. Just gorgeous!

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

Rosemary is one talented lady! I love all her work!!

Korrie Bastian said...

I adore Rosemary's work! But I still don't know how she works such magic with gesso ;-)

Candylei said...

She gives everything the perfect patina! I agree!

Tani@Tagana Rose said...

Rosemary is very talented - everything looks so beautiful!!
Tani

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miss flibbertigibbet said...

Love Rosemary and all her creations! She so deserves to be featured!
Blessings, Lorraine

deborah@confessions of a craigslist junkie said...

I love Rosemary, and she's so generous with her tips on how to do things. Great pick!

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

Rosemary does some incredible stuff with her found castoffs. Hopefully, next thing I am Illinois, I can get to Kane Country flea to see it all first hand. :) And she so graciously shares her techniques with us.

Ann from On Sutton Place said...

I love Rosemary's blog and am waiting for her to put those mercury glass bottles in her Etsy. I moved to WordPress and am slowly figuring things out. Come visit me if you have time...I don't think I'm updating in readers or blog rolls so I'm hoping my friends will find me. Enjoy the rest of your week!

Cynthia said...

Sherry,
I love everything it is all so beautiful she is a talent.

Cynthia

Kim @ La Belle Époque said...

Rosemary is one of my favs. She is so talented and sweet. She definitely deserves DIY Hall of Fame!

Shirley@Housepitality Designs said...

Rosemary is an incredible talented lady....and beautiful on the inside and out....I guess all the beauty she creates comes from her inner beauty!

Miss Kitty said...

Rosemary is a real favorite of mine too! She is so generous to show us how she transforms "finds" into treasures. She is very deserving of this honor.