“God cares for you, so turn all your worries over to him.”
Working on projects for the Vintage Lynchburg Spring Market 2016. Last year, I made this I Peter 5:7 three panel sign with the popular phrase, “Let It Go.”I decided to make another one for the Spring Market in April. This time, I painted it in the form of a traffic light.I wanted to make it out of wood (and will do it sometime soon), but I had a 12″x 24″ canvas on hand and could not wait to get started.
I coated it with black acrylic paint and then added a few shades of yellow until I landed on a tone I liked (the shade below was way too bright).An old Tupperware lid was the perfect size for creating the circles to represent the lights.After painting the circles red, yellow and green, I freehanded the verse in pencil.I went over it with black acrylic paint.Since pencil lines erase, I did not worry about being exact when painting over them. Plus, I planned on sanding the words with fine grit sandpaper to give them a faded look. I painted the “Let” “It” “Go” and added a brighter green to the “Go” (hint-hint…you got the green light to cast your cares on Jesus!!!) 🙂What do you think? Here’s to a lighter load!!!
Thanks for your support and feedback! I appreciate you subscribing to my weekly blog and I’ll be announcing a “Giveaway” soon! 🙂
Follow along 🙂
Follow on Twitter
Join the fun on Pinterest
Follow daily post on Instagram
‘Like’ on Facebook for encouragement and updates on new products.
Connect with me on Linkedin
Signup for Blog, Announcements & Updates (Side Column)
Supporter of Pediatric Cancer Research Braveeli.com