When faced with filling the shoppe, I will crush on a color and use it over & over. Sometimes I'll crush on a style and beat it to death.
Last week, I broke out of my rut and grabbed some tools that had gotten dusty.
I got out the Maison Blanche Glaze in Tobacco and got reacquainted with my "Red Hot Ruby" brush.
After Hubby forced a clean out of the garage, I found some hidden treasures.
This gigantic mirror was one of my forgotten goodies.
I grabbed some Cobblestone paint and got busy.
Then the fun began.
I brushed on some glaze and then ran Red Hot Ruby through the glaze. This left faint lines-very similar to Restoration Hardwares mass produced finish.
It was awesome!
This allowed several tones, including the original wood to come through.
With some help moving her, she proudly rests on top of the buffet in the shoppe.
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