I used Annie Sloan’s Chalk Paint in the color Duck Egg to paint this small 1942 spindle legged solid wood table. Added some AS dark stain here and there and finished it with a clear paste wax. The little stool was given a new look, too. From drab to really pretty fab and cute!
This $3.00 child’s rocking chair had seen better days. Though I do like the look of old worn wood, I felt that if a child were to occupy the chair, it would be much softer (and fresher) to paint it so that it could be used again without the worries of obtaining an annoying splinter. Again, I used AS Chalk Paint, but this time in Old White. A few coats later, some sanding along the edges for that good worn look…
…and even this pretty pillow that my friend JUDY CLARK gifted me after my mother’s passing. Judy is such a sweetheart and even sent the scotties Halloween scarves to wear today! **Thank you, once again, Judy for your sweet and precious heart! The dogs have their scarves on right now!**
Joining in again with Susan at Between Naps On The Porch for Metamorphosis Monday – her 145th MM post! Stop on over to visit Susan and see the amazing transformations done by other bloggers!
Happy Halloween and HAPPY BIRTHDAY to my friend, Elsie!!!