Eiffel Tower Dresser

I've moved....Please hop over to my new and much improved blog and read the story there......

My inspiration for this dresser I believe was a girl from Texas.
My computer crashed and I lost the link and pictures. If anyone knows, please tell me
so I can give her credit.

Edited to add:

Thanks Marguerite and Mariette! My inspiration came from Gussied Up Furnishings in Austin TX.

Marilyn & I found this broken down dresser at a yardsale for.........$3.00!
I couldn't believe the price! And it was the last day of the sale! I sanded it down and fixed the
damaged veneer top. Sorry, once again I forgot to take before pictures.
I painted it black and then distressed it really hard. Then modge podged old book pages to the drawer fronts.
I printed out the Eiffel Tower in sections and modge podged them on top of the book pages after they were good and dry. It was much harder than I anticipated to get everything straight and aligned! I just sprayed the original hardware black and reused it.
Then 3 coats of wipe on poly. (Love this stuff!)
She now stands proud at the entrance of the shop. I'm secretly hoping she doesn't sell (well not secretly.....everyone knows!) I would love to bring her back home!
Altar'd Furniture Creations Blog

Get Your Craft On Tuesday
UndertheTableandDreamingTute yourself tuesday red and white

handmade projects

Funky Junk's Saturday Nite Special


kojodesigns: Tutorial: Anthropologie inspired knotted Rosette bedding

If you love the Anthropologie Rosette Quilt as much as I do, check out kojodesigns.
They've come up with a tutorial and its not as difficult as I thought it would be.
I can't wait to get started on one!

kojodesigns: kojotutorial: anthropologie inspired knotted bedding part 1 (making the knotted squares)

Part 2 - Assembling the squares
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...