Did you know that bloggers have deadlines? I know it seems odd but what I do really is a job. In fact sometimes I don’t plan well because I’m
extremely disorganized a creative spirit and said deadlines creep up on me and before I know it I have two posts due in one day. In such cases I just combine all the goodies I have planned for you and create one big post full of info. This post is just that.
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It’s going to be lots of fun!
I actually had it in the picking pile during my barn sale a few weeks ago because I had intended to paint it and never had gotten around to it.
I had also found this cute porcelain top a few weeks earlier at an estate sale. I wasn’t sure what I was going to do with it but I knew I couldn’t pass it up.
The way this porcelain top and child’s table came together ended up being perfect as during my sale one of my customers asked if I could add legs to it and turn it into a child’s table.
Lightbulb moment! Yep you guessed it…I decided to remove the round top from the table I already and add the porcelain top to it.
And do you know it fit perfect?!?!?! I love it when that happens!
I started out by painting the table in Fancy Farm Girl DIY Chalk Type Paint.
Then added the top. PERFECTION!!!!
I then painted the chairs. One Cowgirl Coral and the other…..
Once the chairs were painted I used the wet distressing technique to distress them. Have you ever distressed a piece with the wet distress technique? I made a little video about it for you right here….
After I finished wet distressing I used DIY Liquid Patina to seal the set so it will be durable and stand up to the wear and tear of use by little ones. I am thrilled with how this little table turned out. I think the porcelain top is absolutely perfect.
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Thank you friends! Come back soon.