Yes, I made that! Well, not the frame. That is a PicsArt template which is pretty cool, isn’t it?
But I did paint a canvas with Missouri Limestone Paint Company chalk-style paint “Cupboard Green.” I think it gave the canvas a subdued farmhouse look.
I the found this cute svg cut file online called Christmas Llama and purchased it. https://sofontsy.com/product/christmas-llama/
I used Missouri Limestone Paint Company chalk-style paint also on the stencil I created from the cut file. Colors used: January, MO Machine Red, and Coal Shovel.
I then distressed it just a bit with 400 grit sandpaper, cleaned it off, then sealed it with ModPodge Pearlized Finishing Spray.
It’s a masterpiece! 🙂
My llama craze all started when a friend asked me to crochet a llama for her. Then, another. They were so darn cute, I started thinking of other llama things to make as I think they are very popular right now. So, I made myself a set of Llama mugs. 🙂
And then, my granddaughter saw them and said she wanted a white one. I finished it just in time for Christmas. Of course I had to give it some personality. I wonder what this one is thinking? Lol
I wasn’t quite finished, though. I found this very cute llama mirrored cut out at Dollar Tree. Using a paint pen I traced around it onto a canvas for my granddaughter. I made two of them for her. One for her to give to a friend.