October 3, 2015

Painting & Vino

I never really considered myself a very artistic person...
But hey, there's this thing called wine,
and it magically makes everything seem... easier? 

A couple of weeks ago I was invited to try out a Painting & Vino class,
and I figured, why not, it would be a fun way to catch up with some girlfriends. 
The concept is pretty straight forward - 
pick a picture of your choice and attend a session that offers it. 
The price of the class includes a step-by-step lesson and all your materials. 
Locations vary, but one thing is constant - wine is plentiful, and typically, there are other great deals on appetizers to keep your strength up while you work on your version of the Sistine Chapel. 

My girlfriends and I opted to paint "Africa at Night" at Caffe Bella Italia, when we went. 
The results were honestly a lot better than I expected!
I painted giraffes you guys! Not one, but two! In the moonlight, no less!
It was such a fun night - laughing, painting and drinking wine with my friends. 

Want to try it?! I've partnered with Painting & Vino to offer you a promotion code!
Use code LOVESD15 for a $20 discount off your next class.
The company also offers private events for a minimum of 15 people,
so keep that in mind next time you go to plan a birthday party, bridal shower or maybe a corporate event. 



Peace in Pieces said...

I definitely dream about going to this party place again. The live music at venues Los Angeles was an added bonus, providing a backdrop for the fun hours spent imbibing, tasting, and chatting up with the breweries and beer distributors.

Rancho Penasquitos Dentist said...

I'm really not into designs, but its really eye catching wow I love it! It is very enjoyable with friends. What kind of paint to be used?

Steve Finnell said...

Does God teach that men are saved by faith alone? Does being saved by faith mean that men do not have to obey God's requirements for salvation? No, it does not. There is no Scripture that states that under the new covenant men will be saved by "faith alone". God requires obedience to His requirements for salvation.

1. Faith: John 3:16, Galatians 3:26-27, John 8:24, Mark 16:16
2. Repentance: Acts 2:38, Acts 3:19, Luke 24:47
3. Confession: Romans 10:9, Acts 8:35-38
4. Immersion in water: Mark 16:16, Acts 2:38, Acts 22:16, Ephesians 5:25-27, 1 Peter 3:21, Colossians 2:12-13, Galatians 3:26-27, Romans 3:3-7

Faith is in effect only after obedience.
1. Naaman's leprosy was cured only after obedience. (2 Kings 5:1-13). Naaman's leprosy was not cured by "faith only".

2. The passover happened only after obedience. (Exodus 12:1-13). The first born were not saved from death by "faith only".

3. The people of Israel were not saved from death by serpents by "faith only". They needed to obey God's command. (Numbers 21:6-9).

4. Noah and his family were not saved by "faith only". They were saved after Noah obeyed God and built the ark.(Genesis 6:7-22, 1 Peter 3:20)

There is not one verse of Scripture where God say believers in Jesus will be saved by "faith only". There is not one verse that says water baptism is not essential in order to be saved.

It takes a master of deceit to convince men that immersion in water [that being baptism] is not a requirement for salvation.

God requires obedience to His terms for pardon.

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Vogue Intuition said...

that looks like a lot of fun!
i just wanted to let you know i nominated you for the liebster award!
here’s the link to my post: http://vogueintuition.weebly.com/home/thoughts-liebster-award
my blog: http://vogueintuition.weebly.com

Kitchen Cabinet said...

Cool! Thanks for the promo code. This seems like a great way to hang out with friends!