I brought this table back home from my booth to give it a better makeover.
I had scrambled to find pieces and get them in my booth as quickly as possible when I first rented my space the Friday before Easter. This one had gotten a quick harlequin pattern on top. Since it is still in my possession, I figured it was time for a proper makeover.
I decided to use the Powder River Blue Sage sample that I got from Lorraine at Miss Flibbertigibbet when I met up with her at Haven this year. The sample just made it in covering this table with two coats.
I also added a French script stencil that I had found on Etsy after seeing Dee’s projects using it on her furniture pieces. These stencils come in five different pieces with each one having a sentence on it. I added the French script wording using white paint. I’ve been wanting a French script stencil and this one is great for my use because it’s not a big wall stencil.
Just to give it a little more interest, after waxing the piece with a clear wax, I added a little bit of Antique Gold Rub n Buff to some of the details to make them stand out more.
Back to the booth and then, hopefully, onto someone else’s home!
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