An “Antiqued” table from the 1960’s Gets a Make Over

A few weeks ago, I talked about antiquing kits from the 1960’s.  The little table I was to paint for a friend had been “antiqued” by her grandmother and now I was giving it a new life for the  HER granddaughter’s newly painted room.  Love the passing down of a treasured heirloom.

I thought I’d post before and after pics.  I think it turned out pretty well.  I painted a mirror for her, too, and I think her granddaughter is going to use it as a little vanity.  I hope my friend sends a pic of them in their new home.  : )

It makes me so happy to make others happy.  This is my favorite part of what we are doing in our retirement years; refurbishing, painting, and selling with chalk-based paint.

 

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  1. Pingback: Projects Painted and Sold Using Missouri Limestone Chalk-based Paint | SharSum Paint

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