Monday, 22 June 2009

One of a pair of wardrobes


Nothing shabby chic about these They are just about as basic as furniture can be . It,s difficult to see the hearts I stencilled and glued on but they do look o,k

7 comments:

Elizabethd said...

You've done wonders with your furniture, esp. the little table in a previous post! What a good idea the hearts are too.
I wonder if you had to do a lot of sanding down before you painted the wardrobes?

scrappy quilter said...

I so like how it turned out. I love how you've got the blue tassels hanging on the doorknobs. Great job!!

Martys Fiber Musings said...

Great job on your furniture. But my, my, I just love your garden. Hard work I'm sure, but what a pleasure to see.

Your asked about the whale stamp on my blog....yes, the sticky back foam is cut into the pattern, then stuck onto a piece of wood cut about 6 inches long. The width is about 3 inches. So glad you stopped by...email me if you like more information and have a joyful day.

A Thousand Clapping Hands said...

The wardrobes look really light and blend in so well. They look very tall, which must have been quite a challenge to paint. Lovely.
Catherine

Bunny said...

Great wardrobe look fabulous.

beedeebabee said...

Hi! That wordrobe came out really lovely and so did your little drop leaf table. I love how you added the roses. It's beautiful! Paulette :o)

Mary said...

They look really great now - nice makeover!

Your garden is looking beautiful. I spent a small fortune on climbing hydrangeas years ago, not one survived! Luckily the regular ones do fine though.