Thursday, April 25, 2013

Shattered Glass

This cabinet has a long history with me.  It isn't sentimental or anything.  I bought it last summer.  That's a long time ago, for me.



You see, I bought it and hoped to sell it as found.  It had has curvy glass and the cool door and it served a purpose.  And someone else had painted and glazed it.

When we packed it in the moving van, the glass shattered!

Now what?


You know how I love chicken wire!



I finished the inside of the cabinet in Annie Sloan's Provence.  The outside is Pure White.

I had to remove the door, so it would function well as a shelving unit.  I have plans for the glass door.  Hubby shattered the remaining glass panel.

It has been waxed and is ready for the show.  I think it's the perfect display unit for Ironstone and other goodies!  And it will be for sale.

One more time...



Before I sign off, I have a few things to share...

Today is the final day to enter the GIVEAWAY for a $50 shopping spree!  It's easy to enter and you'll be thrilled you did!  Winner will be announced on FB in the morning.

Tonight at 5:00, join me and many others at the Moonlight Market in Canal Winchester, Ohio.

See you tomorrow!

XO-

Partying here:

Furniture Feature Friday @ Miss Mustard Seed
Remodelaholic Friday @ Remodelaholic
Frugal Friday @ Shabby Nest
Look What I Found Friday @ Vintage Revivals
Feathered Nest Friday @ French Country Cottage

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3 comments:

RoseMary said...

Love this piece. Love the chicken wire. But cannot get past cold color on a warm piece.

Deneen@dreaming-n-color said...

I love chicken wire too! The color look great and happy! Looks so much more current. Love the job you did. I bet the chicken wire was hard to get in there. It always cuts me up!!

John's antique store said...

Nice... But I like more before...

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