Good mornin' - Good mornin'
rainbows are shining through
I'm posting this because I feel bad that I haven't shown a furniture makeover
in awhile - and Dee asked me what was going on ( slave driver )
So I'm still only going to announce the winner on Monday
I'm out the door in a few minutes,
if that's ok with you ( she asked, wondering what she would do exactly if you said it wasn't)
Ready to see what a little paint, Gel Transfer and an image from the Graphics Fairy can do to a boring dated table?
Okay - then I'll show you
French Shabby Chic - I feel like having une petite morceau de chocolat .....................
Crazy day tomorrow - and Saturday - and Sunday - and Monday - and - well you get the picture -
BUT - doing what I love to do - so it's okay.
Winner and tutorial Monday morning :)
Have a great Friday all!
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Oh wow! So lovely Suzan!!ReplyDelete
Turned out great, Suzan! :)ReplyDelete
That's so pretty, I wish my hose was full of pretty things...and pristine clean looking children but that's another story.ReplyDelete
Love, love, love your coffee table. Terrific transformation!ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by and your lovely comments!
Beautiful Suzan! Doing what you love is what it's all about!ReplyDelete
Great transformation! Love the transfer ...can't wait for the tutorial Monday! (Never heard of the gel transfer)ReplyDelete
Enjoy your busy weekend! :)
Love the table! I have the before table in my living room. I'll definitely check out the tutorial. Have fun doing your thang this weekend :-)ReplyDelete
'I need, I need. Gimme, gimme.' Suzan, you are a miracle worker! What a transformation. That is just stunning. Oh my goodness, it almost inspires me to go paint something...but not my books. lolReplyDelete
Great transformation. It looks terrific! Hope you have a good, productive day without going crazy-(or driving anyone else crazy). xo DianaReplyDelete
Work your fingers to the bone, girl!ReplyDelete
Looks beautiful. :)
thanks so much Victoria!!!Delete
SO cute!! So French :)ReplyDelete
Me too, busy doing what I love to do ( painting),so life is good.
Have a fun, producitve weekend, Suzan!!
thanks so much Sayuri!!!Delete
What I'd give to have your eye and talent for these projects-they turn out so beautifully.ReplyDelete
Have a good and not TOO busy weekend.
Thanks so much!!!Delete
LOVE the table. WOWReplyDelete
What a beautiful table and I love the transfer. I could do them all day I love transfers!!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! I'm really loving this one!ReplyDelete
Which transfer medium did you use? I just tried the Artisan Enhancements and it didn't work at all!!! Do I have to use a laser printer or will an ink jet suffice? I'm frustrated that I spent $35 on a can of stuff which doesn't seem to work.ReplyDelete
I used Artisan Enhancements Heather - and yes you need a laser printer - actually went out and bought one for this purpose alone..............Delete
Bought the cheapest one they had
Oo-la-la! Very well done :)ReplyDelete
You cleaned her up really welll! And you know I love that graphic!ReplyDelete
Both beautiful and yummy! Don't forget the pictures of the shop as you rush about.ReplyDelete
Lol i see what you mean by the martini glass cursor hehe thanks for the nice comment on my blog, following you back :)ReplyDelete
Zara (Bows and Pearls)
thanks so much Zara - I should have a glass of rum to go with your coke LOLDelete
Looking good woman!!!!
Another coffee table saved from ugliness! Don't work too hard over the weekend.ReplyDelete
The table is gorgeous, I am going to have to try the gel transfers. I can't seem to do transfers and have them come out that great. love it, hugs TobeyReplyDelete
Mmm, gel transfer, I'll have to find a tutorial for that...ReplyDelete
I love your table, I have a few tables that could use some paint.
Of course it came out gorgeous. :) Happy busy weekend to ya.ReplyDelete
It looks amazing... and French! I can't wait to see the tutorial, to see if that's something I could do when I'll have improved my paiting skills!ReplyDelete
Oh my...Love Love Love!!! Graphics Fairy and Chocolate are the perfect combo, no?ReplyDelete
I love it too too much Suzan. Life is sure busy isn't it? Don't forget to breath friend :-)ReplyDelete
WOW...this is one pretty makeover. Come by on Sunday and grab my featured button for your blog...you were one of the top five most viewed links at my party last week:)ReplyDelete
beautiful beautiful glad you are back doing some furniture,this is just a beautiful piece-love dee xReplyDelete
So beautiful! Looks like something you might find at a cool Parisian flea market! Thanks for linking up to Monday Funday!ReplyDelete
Kelly @ View Along the Way
The transfer came out beautiful on this coffee table. I love it.ReplyDelete
Stopping over from Under the table dreaming link party.
Looking good! No need to respond. I know you have a lot going on. Just wanted to say "hey" and that it looks great!ReplyDelete
Your table turned out beautifully! I haven't tried the gel transfer. I didn't have any luck with Mod Podge and gel transfer sounded like the same thing. Have you tried Mod Podge? Is it different??ReplyDelete
Adding this to my Pinterest "Crafty Ways" board. I want to give transfers a try in a future project. Thanks for sharing! ~di @ MusingsReplyDelete
How very cool. I can think of a number of people who'd love to have that table.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much Lulu!!!Delete
Pinned, love, and in awe!! Oh, another amazing job, Suzan! It looks fantastic. Thank you so much for sharing at A Bouquet of Talent! Have a wonderful weekend and a Happy Easter.ReplyDelete
I sure love your table and actually have done that treatment to a couple of tables too. I like the fact you can reply to each comment on this blog if you wish. How did you get this put on here?ReplyDelete
Thanks so much - I used a product called Artisan Enhancements - which is a gel transfer method.Delete
Gorgeous!I should really try the gel transfer! I invite you to join my link party every weekend: Crafty Country Cottage @ Old Red Barn.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous Suzan. What a great transformation. I love it!ReplyDelete