This Tiny Stool is the smallest I think I’ve ever seen!
I stencilled this on a piece of canvas type fabric I use, which is actually a painter’s drop cloth. They make the greatest grain sack style upholstery, I’ve found. Why “No. 139”? I’ll tell you in a minute … I covered this one right over the existing tapestry on the tiny stool, which I never usually do. This was me being lazy and not wanting to pull out 100 tacks! The fabric sat tight enough, and I added a piece of dacron in between the layers to prevent the chance of seeing the tapestry through the top fabric.
As I was doing this, I thought it would have been a great little piece to go with the rocking chair I restored, HERE.
Look at those legs
I gave the tiny stool legs a rub over with Miss Mustard Seed’s Hemp Oil. Didn’t they come up beautifully?
Tiny Stool before – notice the legs too:
Tiny Stool After:
And the No. 139 is inspired by one of my favourite Psalms in the Bible. It talks about how we are intricately, and delicately made by God with a purpose, and that He knows us intimately, knows every thought and desire we have. He created us, and longs to have a relationship with us.
A friend of mine, Kayleen Jensen, has painted the most beautiful intricate painting inspired by this Psalm 139. She’s a talented artist and you can see some of her work on her Facebook page (Kayleen Jensen Fine Arts) or on Instagram (@kajensen_art)
Have a great week and happy painting!
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