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I have painting on the brain....

I do not know what it is about today, but I just want to paint everything in sight. I am hoping that is a short term illness and not a terminal one.

Hope you are all having a fabulous weekend,
L x

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  1. Me too!! Mine is definitely a long- term illness. However, it could be short-term if I didn't also suffer from procrastination!:-))

    Enjoy your weekend!!!
    xo,
    Melanie

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  2. Those pieces and colors are gorgeous! I too suffer from this illness. I love to paint, so nothing is safe in my house! Happy Painting!

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  3. what a result, is better if it is not too short !!

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  4. Those are great looking architectural pieces!

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  5. This is definitely an illness for which I hope there's no cure ;)

    Enjoy your weekend
    xxx Flaviana

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  6. Snap! I know the feeling. So satisfying isn't it. I can't wait to get started on my next project.

    Have a lovely weekend

    Warm wishes

    Isabelle x

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  7. My Plan for this weeked too!
    Yippee!!!
    Irene x

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  8. Oh, I wish you would inspire me to paint. Such a great thing to do in the Spring. I paint everything, but never have tried furniture.
    Karen

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  9. Me too!
    That's what I'm up to too!
    To bad we can't all come together..paint and chat at the same time.
    I KNOW we'd be good at it!
    xoxo~Kathy @
    Sweet Up-North Mornings...

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  10. Great weekend to paint. You have inspired me, as I have some unfinished painting to do.
    I really love to water seal the outdoor furniture, guess it's because it looks so much better.
    Betsy

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  11. Hi, I like your blog soo much,
    I am from Brazil, I love craft...
    http://agulhaetricot.com
    http://agulhaetricot.blogspot.com

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  12. There are few things in life that a new color cant fix. I have the illness too.

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  13. I totally understand, i've been there before!

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  14. It's definately an illness. I find myself with a brush in my hand painting nice funiture and wonder, how did I get here? Take my brand new coffee table, for example. It now has white antiquing and dark wax all over it. (Let's not get into the fact that I also beat it with a hammer.) It's like sleep walking. Good luck!

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  15. Cold and rainy here today so no painting for moi. =(

    Jeanine

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  16. Hi Leeann,

    Glad that you have the painting bug, that is a good thing.
    Love the pieces you have painted and the colours.

    Happy weekend
    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  17. Just catching up with my blogs that I so much miss while I'm on vacation! Those pieces are awesome and how I would love to find just one thing even remotely close to them! Beautiful! ~Lili

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  18. I am the same way! After I painted a two chairs a few weeks ago, I started looking around wondering what else I could paint. It's addicting.

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