My very good friend Nicole found this gem while she was out “junkin”!
Beautiful gold and chippy frame.
Another beautiful gold beauty!
(oops, I forgot to round the corners on this photo! Oh well.) I chose the Martha Stewart paint samples I got from Home Depot in Okra.
And I had a spill. . .. oops!!
It took about 4 coats to cover that nasty goldness! You can see it shining through here.
I’ve had that green paintbrush since college. . . 14 years. . . yikes!!
I roughed up the frame after I painted it to look worn. But you can see here, the gold really showed through.
I like the white showing through, but not the gold.
So I tried to paint it with watered down white acrylic.
It looks pretty good. . . from a distance 🙂
Isn’t she lovely? I picked up a few botanical prints at The Humble Home for only $2 each! I love botanicals but only when they are in a bright funky frame!
You may remember this beautiful shelf I made from this post. I propped my new artwork up on it, looks lovely.
But a little sparse.
So I added a couple other pieces of repurposed art! Now it makes me smile every time I walk by.
Doesn’t the shelf look so sweet?
I’m in love with this repurposed project too! Green and pretty. The white vase is also from The Humble Home. The doily is from a junk store in Eureka Springs, AK. And the yellow iris’, well, their from my garden!
What have you repurposed lately?