Remember my other armoire door to chalkboard? You can see that post here.
This is the other door finally finished!This one I went with my unknown name "oops" blue paint that I still have lots of paint left and did not distress this one this time.
I did not spray paint the hardware for this one either. Instead I sanded it to remove the shine, then I rubbed sophisticated finishes in iron to darken the hardware. This stuff is great, you can get it at Micheal's Arts and Crafts and I bought a two pack with the rusting solution as well. You can read more about this product here.
I normally would of done something more creative for the photo but I was in a rush to take tons of photos that day.
Here is the before
Here are some of the buntings I made for the space, you can also order these on my etsy shop.
I decided to not sell the frames with the buntings, and yes my price tags were on them for the photo.
I also made wedding and love tags...and a horse because I love horses.
and bride and groom separated but sold together buntings, perfect for behind the chairs.
I also made these cupcake toppers...also in kraft color, I designed them on Photoshop.
I figured a way to display them all in the package using clipboard,paper and wire.
This week I'm not crafting at all...ok maybe a little bit...and I'm keeping my craft room neat and tidy! I am on the other hand making a mess in my workshop. I'm painting three big pieces this week. I need to make room to get to the other pieces I want to paint and bring to the vintage bazaar. I have another mid century modern credenza and a neat long shelf and a modern desk. I'm going to also paint these pieces in new colors I have already picked out...including a yellow.
Now to get back to work!
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