"Sunflowers in a Blue Kettle"

"Sunflowers in a Blue Kettle" "Sunflowers in a Blue Kettle" "Sunflowers in a Blue Kettle"
"Sunflowers in a Blue Kettle"

"Love loveth best of all the year October's bright blue weather." HELEN HUNT JACKSON, 1831 - 1885

Golden sunflowers and a vintage blue kettle are contrasted against the rusty orange background of this wood signboard panel. It would make a gorgeous "Welcome" sign to greet your autumn guests!  This piece is painted in acrylics on a deep cradled canvas or wood panel (size 12" x 12")  Crackle medium can be used on the trim (I use Weathered Wood by  DecoArt) to give the appearance of aged, distressed paint, adding to the "vintage" look.  The kettle's blue enamelware finish is especially fun to paint using a faux marbling process.

Acrylic paints and mediums listed in the packet are by DecoArt.  This is a traditional pattern packet formatted as a .pdf document which you can download to your computer.  It includes a supplies list, pattern template, and complete painting instructions with ample photos.

Please note: This is a digital product only.  No physical goods will be delivered.  You will be able to download your "Pumpkin Study" E-packet .pdf immediately upon completion of checkout.  Happy painting! 🖤