Monday, January 3, 2011

2nd Time Around: New Look for Old Frames and Wardrobe




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Here’s another old piece given a great facelift with sage green paint. This was done by one of the talented vendors at one of the antique malls where I have  a booth. She also updated the frames around old prints with the same color! I have a paler shade of this color that I bought from the ‘Oops paint’ section at Walmart-which by the way happens to be a great place to buy paint cheap! I haven’t decided what I’ll paint with it yet….but it will be something small! 


I would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year, and thanks for stopping by!


Sherry said...

That looks really nice. I love the finish and the color. Hope you are having a nice New Year!

Eclectic Thrifty Chic said...

I LOVE the distressing on that piece. It's fabulous.


Marydon said...

What a fabulous piece of furniture ... so love the color & chic touches.

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Have a beautiful week ~
TTFN ~Hugs, Marydon

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Diane, I like this a lot! That's good to know about the "oops" paint section. I will have to check it out. There's always something I need to paint.

Wishing you and yours the very best New Year ever!


Sheila :-)

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Hi Diane

This is a pretty wardrobe! I never knew there was a 'oops' paint section at Walmart... I will have to investigate!

Thanks for the info about WW. If I can find a program near me I will sounds easier!

Laura @ the shorehouse. said...

Somewhat hysterically...I recently bought a can of "Ooo=ps" paint. And I'm 99% sure I left it in the shopping cart. Oops. ;-)

Pat Harris said...

Dutch Boy paint at Wal Mart is wonderful, only don't let it get too cold. It ruins easily. Dutch Boy says it's because there is more water in it than in other paints. I learned from experience...opps.

bj said...

I don't think our Walmart has an oops paint ....Home Depot and Lowes both have it, tho.

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