In my previous post, I told you about the nightstand I found at an estate sale that had a door that had come off. It came with the nightstand but I decided not to reattach it. You can see it in the picture below.
Wood fill to fill in the holes for where a handle had been. I then used the CeCe Caldwell Beckley Coal to paint the whole door.
Another stencil I got from Artistic Stencils on Etsy ~ Tea Time. I used this on the door front with CeCe Caldwell Vintage White.
I decided I wanted that scroll section on the top as well as the bottom.
A sawtooth picture hanger on the back and it’s ready for someone to hang!
waw, I can't believe how you transformed that piece of wood!!!Now it is just gorgeous :-)
Love the sign, how cute is that. Hugs, Marty
So pretty! The stencil fit perfectly on there!
Pretty Kathy. I also like the piece in the previous post with the bee.
Hi Kathy, Your tea time sign is beautiful and the nightstand turned out so fabulous as well. I seem to love black & white more and more, not only for Halloween decorations.
Kathy, this is so cute and such a great re-purpose! Love it!
so cute, kathy!
Love it and the stencil....another great idea and project Kathy...so very pretty!!!
Kathy, the sign is so cute! What a great transformation!
Hi Kathy, Love your sign. You know I love black and white. It is great to use every part of an old treasure. You are so creative.
Another great project!
That's really cute Kathy!
Very pretty, Kathy. You have found some great stencils!
Very cute Kathy!
You ROCK, Kathy ... that is awesome! I would never have thought to do that! So creative!
Oh, that is so cute Kathy! Do you like CeCe Caldwell paint and have you tried their wax? Enjoy your day, Gail
Very cute Kathy, love the stencil!
Goodness, you are so resourceful! LOL
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