Painted an IKEA drawer/night table with Rustoleum's Fire Brick chalk paint and decoupaged an old 1915 New York bulevard scene with Mod Podge. I printed the picture on regular printing paper using an ink jet printer, and it worked wonderfully! This has got to be my favourite DIY so far
Ikea Marius stool (from white to gold with Maston's spray paint) and fluffy pillows make cute retro stools!
Nordic Chic's Silky Yellow chalk paint
Golden damask plant pot. Primer, Maston's golden spray paint and stenciled the white with chalk paint
Persuaded my parents to let me give their Ikea Bekväm stool a decoupage makeover! Used napkins and Mod Podge 😊😍
Vase chalk painted with Vintro's Olivia
Never been a fan of steel and its colour. Simple solution: spray paint to my fave, gold 😃
Self-made shelf 😋 hubby built the shelf from scratch and I decoupaged the table top with napkins, Mod Podge and varnish
Ceiling fan light make-over 😁 Spray painted the metal parts with Maston's Metallic Silver and Glossy Varnish. For the flaps I used Rustoleum's Antique White and Jeanne D'Arc Living's matt varnish.
Jeanne D'Arc Living's Powder Blue and Antique Sand chalk paints. I unfortunately don't have the before pics as I started painting these so impulsively 😅 just imagine them as dark wood and stained with coloured pencils! 😁
Old drawer make-over. We've had this one for as long as I can remember, though forgotten in the garage for the past some years. Now however, I decided to blow some new life in it's way and ta-dah! Rustoleum's Coral, Bedec's Gold and Jeanne D'Arc Living's Chocolate Brown combined with brand new pulls did wonders!
Decoupaged a white flower pot with winter themed napkins 😌🦌❄
From original to first makeover to second makeover. And this one is the final, 'cause I am absolutely in love with this IKEA drawer! For the second makeover I used Rustoleum's chalked paint "Fire Brick" and decoupaged different painters' beautiful pieces of art
Plant stand makeover. I personally find this stand very beautiful, especially now that I painted it white instead of this old and horrific scratched brown. After priming with Jeanne D'Arc Living's primer, I used Rustoleum's Antique White. I've given it many shots, even though I always loose my temper with it and its rubbish too thick a paint and air bubbles! Sanded the annoying bubbles off and switched to Nordic Chic's "Whipped Cream" which is amazing, and beats that Rustoleum crap hands…