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Born and raised in Miami FL, but currently living in Atlanta, GA
Child of God, Mom to four beautiful children, Nana to five adorable grandchildren, and married to my best friend!
Interests: My current passion is painting in oils...however, over the years, I have worked in many different mediums and areas of art. I continue to grow in my love and fascination to create with my hands.
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Click here to be directed to my website Click here to be directed to my website & Follow me on Instagram Since 2015, I have been mainly focusing on painting & have recently enjoyed painting murals around my city. I paint a lot of pet portraits along with many other subjects. My favorite medium is oil paint. Hop over to my website to see some of my work. [email protected] Continue reading
Posted Nov 6, 2023 at Art by Debbie Saenz
Aww! Thank you Liane!
Hi Danielle, Did you receive the bird template via your email? Let me know if you need me to send it again :) Blessings, Debbie
Hi Su, Glad you've enjoyed my tutorial :) When you print from an inkjet printer the ink will run when it gets wet. The Fixatif or hairstray will "fix" it to keep this from happening when you seal with Mod Podge. I hope that makes sense :) Have Fun! Blessings, Debbie
Hi Dave, Shower curtain rods are a great idea since they are really strong. If the sleave is sewn with only enough room to slip in the rod without any extra give it should fit snug. Also, make sure you have the rods positioned so that the fabric is pulled taunt without any play. Oh and I just had a could use some strong velcro to attach the fabric to the wall. I know this would not look so great when you remove your barriers for company, but I think it still beats those ugly plastic gates! I hope I've helped :)
Toggle Commented Jun 8, 2016 on DIY Pet Barrier at Art by Debbie Saenz
Hi Debbie, It makes my heart happy to share…and so happy to hear it touched your heart :) I'll email you the templates. Blessings xo
Hi Lisa, I used about one and one half the width of my openings, but 90" for a 60" opening would work well. Have Fun! xo
Toggle Commented Oct 24, 2013 on DIY Pet Barrier at Art by Debbie Saenz
A whole lot of letters all day, every day! Continue reading
Posted Sep 29, 2013 at Art by Debbie Saenz
Hi Pearl, So glad to be able to share this and to hear about church groups getting together to create their very own art piece! Makes my heart happy :) For some reason your email is not showing up on my end to be able to email you the template. Hmmm? If you send me an email at: [email protected] I'll reply with the template attached. I look forward to hearing form you to be able to send you the template. Blessings, Debbie
Clouds...on my easel Continue reading
Posted Jun 3, 2013 at Art by Debbie Saenz
Finding time to play with my palette knife Continue reading
Posted Mar 17, 2013 at Art by Debbie Saenz
Hi Tina! I just sent you an email with the attachment. Have Fun! xo
Hi Kate! Oh how exciting! I created this on a 10" x 10" canvas.
Hi Michelle! Make sure you don't overload the surface with DM or it will spill over the edge/es. I usually start by "outlining" the edges then filling in the middle until it's level. Also, make sure you keep it undisturbed on a level surface until dry! Handmade gifts are the best kind of gifts to give and receive! xo
hi Maia! I just sent you an email with the attachment...happy creating xo
Hi Penny, I used velum paper to print the Bible verse on. I sprayed it with fixative after I printed it to keep the ink from running. Hope this helps! Xo
So so pretty!..I now sell these custom wall letters in my etsy shoppe Continue reading
Posted Dec 3, 2012 at Art by Debbie Saenz
Hi my sweet Laura! I've been thinking about you :) Chico has not tried to jump over but he now keeps getting on the other couches. UHG! I don't know what I'm gonna do with that boy! Yes, he needs a haircut! Badly!! He/adn we, are waiting for Nico, lol! Hugs & Kisses xoxo
Toggle Commented Nov 9, 2012 on DIY Pet Barrier at Art by Debbie Saenz
Hi Kristina! Well, Chico has not even tried to jump over them or knock them least yet! If he leaned on them with his paws, maybe it would knock it down? Not sure since at least the ones we have in our regular size doorways are pretty secure. It also depends on how much tension you allow. I have mine pretty tight. The problem we are having though is that he now keeps getting on the family room couch and the couch in our bedroom! UGH!! I'm trying to find a solution for that now. I keep telling my kids I can build him a really cool doghouse...outside! But that has not gone over too well...still in a pradicament with Mr. Chico! Blessings xo, Debbie
Toggle Commented Nov 9, 2012 on DIY Pet Barrier at Art by Debbie Saenz
Thanks Kathy! Oh how I wish I knew how to reupholser something like a couch...I've only reupholsered chairs and foot stools. That's one of the things on my to-do list...maybe one day! I had this tutorial on one of my Pinterest boards. See what you think... Blessings xo
Toggle Commented Nov 8, 2012 on DIY Pet Barrier at Art by Debbie Saenz
Thanks so much Doreen...Plaid keeps me busy :)
I've started working on Christmas boxes for my Etsy's the first! Continue reading
Posted Nov 5, 2012 at Art by Debbie Saenz
I wish I would have thought of this years ago! Continue reading
Posted Nov 3, 2012 at Art by Debbie Saenz
I loved using Plaid's new Mod Podge formula..Antique matte medium Continue reading
Posted Oct 22, 2012 at Art by Debbie Saenz