Ammie transformed a 70's mug stand into a jewelry holder for her little girl. This piece went from dark brown to a happy turquoise color and finished with a stencil and clear Fiddes Wax.
Isn't this adorable? It started out as a tiered boring and bland serving piece. It's all happy and delightful. The workshop participant is going to use it for jewelry, too!
Anita took a tired metal planter and freshened it up with a rich red, then sanded the piece down on the raised areas to the original metal. It turned out fabulous and she was thrilled, as was I.
Websters can be used on most any surface. The best part...it eliminates most, if not all prep work.
A vintage chair gets a facelift with Websters and True Value Paints in Whale. Distressed in all the right places and places in my booth at The Brass Armadillo. It SOLD in good time.
These two pieces turned out beautifully. I had so much fun refreshing both of them. The cabinet is actually a vintage sewing cabinet. I decoupaged vintage wall paper on the top of the cabinet.
The Eastlake style shelf is gorgeous. Whale (true value paint) and Off White (True Value) gets finished with Jaccobean Fiddes Wax.
A vintage stool is refreshed with Websters and Whale paint, then topped with a vintage feed/seed bag for a fun, modern country look.
Another trio and their finished products. All left happy and with product in hand to complete more projects at home. Another fun and inspiring day for me...and them!