Sundries Sign

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Kim @ Made in a Day submitted this sweet sign.

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She made this Vintage Sundries Sign using homemade chalk paint for the white edges and letters and she used acrylic paint for the side letters and edges. She used a Silhouette Cameo and contact paper to stencil the letters. Then  she sanded it all with an electric sander… so cute!

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Damask Table

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Debbie @ Flower Child Designs submitted her beautiful damask table.

She painted the legs with homemade chalk paint. She applied Annie Sloan dark wax to the table top and the screwed it back onto the legs. She created the large damask stencil with her Silhouette and applied the damask design randomly across the table top using black artist acrylic paint. Once it dried she sanded it slightly then applied another coat of Annie Sloan dark wax.  Love the large damask stencil!

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Mixed Paints and $5.99 Buffet

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Liz @ Quirky Vistas submitted the beautiful makeover of her tables.

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She took her heavy, large and dark Bombay Company wood coffee and end tables and used some leftover paints to mix up an beautiful aqua.


Ansley @ Fabulousified submitted her $5.99 buffet – SCORE!

After getting a great deal she went to work sanding, spray priming and painting this buffet this beautiful blue.


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Goodwill Table and Art

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Laura @ Top This Top That submitted this cream’ified table she scored from the Goodwill.

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She used White Wheat for the base and Dark Walnut Stain for the top.  I always love this color combo!


Karah @ The Space Between shared how she created these cute silhouettes.

She found a couple of floral printed canvases at Goodwill and flipped them and made silhouettes of her dogs without using vinyl or any cutting machine. They only cost her $2 each.

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Roadside Beauty and Chippy Desk

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Cyndi @ The Decorating Chica submitted her roadside beauty.

PoP Decorating Chica

This was a roadside find by her husband. They tore the table apart, cleaned it up, cut the legs down, sanded and painted. What a great restored piece!


Amy @ Artwork by Amy submitted this beautiful desk.

Antique Desk

The old school desk that was rusty and chipped.  She painted this with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint, and then used her wax. Some new hardware and it is a brand new piece!

Baby’s Dresser and Updated Waterbed

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Amanda @ Newlywed Hares submitted her nursery dresser.

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She and her hubby found a dresser that they fell in love with for their son’s nursery, but it was $635 on sale! So they redid her childhood dresser to look like the expensive one for only $35!


Michele @ Apples and Peanut Butter submitted her Refinished 80’s Waterbed.

With some blue paint it looks just like a Pottery Barn knock-off.




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Pretty Shelf and Family Sign

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Janet @ The Empty Nest submitted this beautiful Annie Sloan chalk painted shelf.

PoP The Empty Nest

She took a thrifted black wood shelf and turned it into something Marie Antoinette would proudly hang in Versailles! She used Annie Sloan chalk paint in Emile and Old White with clear wax on top and then adored with 24 kt Gold leafing.


Cheri @ It’s So Cheri submitted her family sign.

She used acrylic paint, glaze and a vinyl to create this cute piece!





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