Sunday, February 28, 2010

Vintage Dresser


This sweet little dresser needed nothing other than a fresh coat of paint. (Sorry I forgot to take a before but it was your basic wood dresser)
Since I sold the un, deux, trois dresser I really wanted to do that again, but I restrained myself and attached these tags to each drawer.

Did you notice the Jardin box on top? It started out as a shot holder for Dr McGillicuddy's. With a little sanding and some paint it is now a very chic flower box. the glass jars are from my recycling bin with some twine wrapped around.
The roses were from Valentine's Day, actually the day after bought for half price, now dried.
Hope your having a great weekend!

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13 comments:

  1. Loving that little box with the jars ~ great idea Christina!!

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  3. The dresser and the box are great, Christina! I love that scallop edging on the dresser and the tags are a nice touch. Great job on the box, too! Love it with the jars.

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  4. The dresser and box are just wonderful. Can't wait to see what you do with the rest of your furniture.

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  5. Beautiful! Love the number tags, nice touch!

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  6. So cute! And I scrolled down to see the un, deux, trois and it's adorable, too!

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  7. Oh my goodness, I love the dresser and I can't believe what you did with that box...it looks amazing! You did good!!!

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  8. I can't pick a favorite. I love it all!

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  9. It looks amazing....all of it....put together it's so cute. Great job!

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  10. I love the dressers curves - it's so beautiful! The little tags are a wonderful touch. Great job.

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  11. Your projects are awesome - how is the new booth going? I bet things are being snatched up by the minute - well, they are crazy if they don't buy it! I'd have to rent a u-haul if I shopped in there! Hope all is well! Cathy

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