There's a new racy dame in town.
Her name is Hammered Rosemary.
I am not cheating on Sweet Pea.
Hammered Rosemary is the opposite of pink.
A metallic green.
With a hammered look.
After using her for a few projects, I might just forgive Rust-Oleum for throwing Sweet Pea to the curb.
Read about Sweet Pea here and here.
I always buy wooden boxes - no matter the size.
Usually distress them.
Usually stamp them or stencil them or decoupage them.
But this time I spray painted them.
With Hammered Rosemary.
I love her name.
It sort of makes me thirsty for a cold cocktail of lemon vodka with crushed rosemary.
Except it has been years since I drank anything.
The drink would probably hammer me.
One box hammered by Rosemary.
Next up - a divided box.
Two boxes hammered by rosemary.
This went on for awhile.
I'll just show you three boxes.
A closer look.
I am loving Rosemary.
Such a beautiful finish.
No distressing required.
I have chosen something besides the boxes to hammer with Rosemary.
I hope to finish this week.
Go get hammered with Rosemary.
She can be addicting.
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