Monday, September 3, 2012

A Sneak Peek of my Painted Hearth Room Curtain


After hours of work, messy painted hands, an inaccessible kitchen table and countless hours of Netflix watched on my iPad, I FINALLY finished painting one of the curtain panels in my hearth room today!

There are two.

Yes, that means I must do this all over again before this area is ready for a reveal.

But...

I figured since I've mentioned this project in my last two posts, I should probably give you at least a sneak peek.
Cuz lets be honest, it'll probably be at least another month before the other one's finished.


Any of you recognize the pattern I'm putting on them?
It's quite popular!



Hopefully I'll be a little faster on the second one so I can finally show you a full view of at least one area of my home.










Fun Parties I'm Linking Up With:

Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
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Friday~
Saturday

36 comments:

  1. I don't think either one of us does anything small...it's not in our blood!!! Thanks for the sneak peek. I'll come look in a couple of weeks in person when we're home!!!

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  2. Very nice! You must have a lot of patience..and a steady hand lol.
    Christina

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  3. Can't wait to see the final reveal. This one is just beautiful!

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  4. That is looking awesome! I love the look - can't wait to see the full reveal! I love painted fabric!

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  5. Jeannine, your curtains are beautiful!! They look like an expensive fabric….your stenciling is so perfect! I seriously think we are twins separated at birth, between our color coordinated stenciled drop cloth curtains, and the fact that I used this same stencil (Jones Design Co??) on a wall in my foyer! AND made a latitude/longitude sign too!!!
    Look forward to following your blog and projects!! So nice to meet you and thanks for stopping by Shine Your Light :)

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  6. I love how these look! Nice job!
    http://www.the-finishing-touches.net

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  7. They look great! I can't wait to see the reveal!

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  8. Hi Jeannine,

    My name is Elise and I have a blog called WTFab!, which focuses on fashion, D.I.Y, food, travel and much more. I love your painted curtains, and I was wondering if you would be interested in following each other. You can check out my blog at http://w-t-fab.com

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  9. These look awesome! I love that pattern.
    Rhiannon at Being Mom{me}

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  10. Love your painted curtains... I've been thinking of doing the same thing in my bedroom but haven't found the time! New follower of yours, I'd love to have you stop by and follow back if you have the time! It would also be great if you linked this with my party on Tuesday!

    Happy to have found your fun blog!
    xoxo
    Kim

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  11. So pretty. I love that pattern too, Jeannine! Can't wait for the reveal! Thanks for sharing a sneak peek...you know what they say about curiosity? It's true! lol!

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  12. Can't wait to see the rest! It looks fantastic! Thanks for sharing at the Pomp Party! Pinning!

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  13. Your curtain looks great. I used that same stencil on a bench. I wish my hand was as steady as yours though! ;)

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  14. Your curtain looks great, and know the other one will too. Love the pattern, if a project takes a long time, like my stencil stair case wall, I appreciate it all the more! Looking forward to the reveal! Thanks for sharing your creative inspiration with Sunday’s Best – you helped make the party a success!

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  15. The curatain looks great! Very prescise with your painting too. Kudos to you....now I can't wait to see both of them!

    Jennifer

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  16. I love it! I've been looking for something exactly like it. Great job!!!

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  17. Love the pattern - they should look beautiful when they are finished!

    I would love if you would post it and share it with my readers! Join the Community and share any of your creative project!

    Susan @ Oh My! Creative

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  18. love it. are you going to post a play by play of how you did them? I'd love to see which stencil you used and paint and curtains, etc:) Came over from DIY Show Off and can't wait to see more of your projects

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    1. Yep, when I'm done I'll do a full tutorial. The stencil is by Jones Design Co. so you can check that out on her blog if you can't wait!
      Jeannine

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  19. I am so very impressed! I would never have guessed this was a painted curtain. You did a great job!

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  20. Wow, these turned out fantastic! And I LOVE the quatrefoil design, one of my favs :) Found you on Coastal Charm linky party! New GFC follower!

    - Fotini { http://glamorousbride.blogspot.com }

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  21. Those look fantastic girl! What a great job you did. Thanks for sharing.

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  22. These are fabulous! Thank you for sharing your creativity at Potpourri Friday!

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  23. great idea! so clever.

    hope you'll stop by soon.

    michele

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  24. I LOVE these!!!!!!!!!!!!! Just pinned them!

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  25. Love the design! I've stenciled curtains before and man it is a lot of work. I promised myself that I would never stencil curtains again! But now I think I want to do some.

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  26. Oooooo... I love it Neener!!! It's gorgeous!!! I want to do that to my entry way... where did you find the pattern?

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  27. Stopped by from Get Your Craft On, those are turning out to be AMAZING! :)

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  28. You are featured today on Potpourri Friday!

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  29. Thanks so much for joining in with this week's Say G'day Linky Party! I have just shared this post on Google+ and I've pinned it as well- I love it!

    Hope to see you again this Saturday.

    Best wishes,
    Natasha in Oz

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  30. Looking good! Can hardly wait to see the finished set.

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  31. It's party time at Debt Free Mommy Blog and we'd love to see you there! Please come join us and link up to Making Space Mondays. We'd love to see any post(s) about making your spaces better. Thanks, Tabitha

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  32. I love it. Please tell us which stencil you used! I'm in love with that pattern. They look absolutely profesh!

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    1. The stencil is from Jones Design Co. Just google that and you can easily find it.
      Jeannine

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