7.02.2013

Rockin' Re-do

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11 comments:

Paula said...

It's beautiful! I love the color

Melody said...

You did a great job - so pretty! I have an old stained desk I hope to paint pretty soon. I was just going to sand and paint...and am considering a stencil :).

Stacey Lozano said...

Oh that came out VERY nice! Good job. :)

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

The rocker looks very nice. You did a wonderful job of it. Your daughter is blessed to have your help with the painting for sure!

Martha@SeasideSimplicity said...

Excellent job, it's gorgeous! I've never refinished anything, but it's on the list of things to do. SO glad you stopped over for a visit! I'm across the state from you in the Sarasota area :)

Renae Simple Sequins said...

Great job on the rocker, Mare! Thanks for coming over yesterday. My day was a bit crazy yesterday (in Blog land) and today will be a ton better. Hope all is going well for you now. (hug)

Elizabeth said...

What a great mom you are. I wish you were mine and would come help me with my painting. (Steam White - Hey! I bought that last week.)

Jo-Anne Meadows said...

First up great job.........second up would have been coold if you had sneaked in and did the painting without them knowing unless of course they would return and have a cow because you painted over things they didn't want painted so better I guess that you had a list........

Marianne said...

Wow - I always thought the crafty folks in life had a set way of doing things with no improvisation whatsoever. Love to learn that you guys make this schtuff up as you go along as well! I may well re-consider my stance on not doing anything artsy!

Brenda said...

That turned out so neat! I did it on a wall display of frames. Same flying-by-the-seat-of-my-pants technique you used--dab and wipe. I love when things turn out better than I thought!

Michelle said...

That was nice of all of you to lend helping hands!