I thought I'd take a break from spray painting to do a bit of blogging. I have been busy painting my heart out, working a little magic on all the garage sale stuff I got last weekend! I am afraid that I've fallen a bit behind on may gardening, so as soon as I'm done here, I've got to get outside & get busy! It's no secret that I love Heirloom White spray paint! And Ralph Lauren's antiquing glaze in "Smoke", too! I wanted to share with you today some of the pieces that I picked up at yard sales over the past weeks. Isn't it amazing what a bit of paint can do?
I am so excited with the way this wall sconce and plaques turned out! They are made of Syroco (a type of resin), and were gold, as you can see in the before shot below. I really love how the antiquing glaze brings out all of the detail!
This vintage corner curio shelf looks oh, so much better with her face lift, don't you think?!
I sure don't know what I'll do if Rustoleum ever decides to discontinue Heirloom White, ditto with Ralph!
Enjoy the rest of your day! Now I'm off to do some serious yard work!
I am linking up with Faded Charm for White Wednesday, and Reinvented for Trash to Treasure Tuesday, and Pajama Party, at My Life In PJs. Be sure to stop in & see all of the great ideas!
Also joining Jan over at BobbyPins Boardwalk, for her fun Bragfest, and Beyond the Picket Fence Under $100 linky party!
Welcome to my blog!
Thanks so much for stopping by! I believe that everyone can have a beautiful home without spending a fortune! One of my favorite things to do is find creative ways to re-purpose things I already have on hand, or have picked up at yard sales and thrift stores. Join me as I share with you some of my favorite ideas for crafting and decorating, as well as travel adventures, and fun things that I pick up on my treasure hunts! Much of my work is influenced by my love all things French, nature, and of course shabby chic! I have gotten so many creative ideas from you very talented bloggers out there, and I hope that I can be an inspiration to you as well!