Revisiting Texture Fierro

*Update! I now have Texture Fierro available in my Etsy Store! Check it out here!*

I really loved the outcome of the dark brown and green Texture Fierro paste on the electric candles and jars, so I decided to try the gold. There’s also a blueish-gray that I want to try…but it has a bit of an “industrial” feel to it and I can’t really think of a use for it.Ā  Anyway, I am not a huge gold fan in general, but I thought it might be pretty with the holidays coming up. After applying it, it doesn’t really look “gold” at all…it’s more like a tan or a light brown with a bit of a shimmer. Love the way they came out!

It definitely looks more gold when set next to the dark brown.

I’m thinking I’ll probably display them in these enamel pots…doesn’t it look cute?

I kept staring at these candles I made a few weeks ago, and felt like they needed a little something extra. I added the homespun held on with a rusty safety pin. Simple, but much cuter now!

Can’t believe we are 1/3 of the way through November already….eeeeeekkkk! Time to officially break out the winter jacket, but I’m okay with that. šŸ™‚

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. photobyholly
    Nov 10, 2010 @ 09:31:50

    Very nice! I LOVE the way the candles in the last photo turned out, VERY cute!!


  2. Cindy
    Nov 11, 2010 @ 22:33:46

    I like the gold ones for the holidays. I did up a bunch of the brown ones for my show. Love the ones with the homespun around them…very prim and cute!!
    I purchased the tan color and textured a wood tray with it, then added some gel stain to give it an old weathered look.



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