Earlier this summer I picked up an old wooden tool box at a garage sale.
Funny enough, I took that ‘before’ photo on my deck before Mr. Q cleaned it up, so there’s another good shot of where he started from on the deck.
Anyway, the tool box itself also got cleaned up and then I added a couple of coats of Dixie Belle paint in Midnight Sky.
Next I pulled out one of Prima Marketing’s Decor Moulds called Royalty.
I used their Modeling Material to make two of the crowns. Next I used some wood glue to attach one to each end of the tool box.
I let them dry overnight and then painted them with the Midnight Sky as well. Once the paint was dry, I rubbed on a little of Prima Marketing’s metallique wax in Bronze Age.
I also added one of my favorite stencils to the front of the box. I’d love to share a source for this particular stencil, but I purchased it on Etsy from a vendor that no longer sells there.
I filled the toolbox with some ironstone, some old silverware and a beautiful monogrammed tablecloth.
I just love old white on white embroidered linens.
I actually completed and photographed this project quite some time ago. In fact, it was way back when the peonies were in bloom.
I just never got around to sharing it with you until now.
Although I got two pieces of furniture finished this week, I never found time to photograph them. So I needed a quick blog post to fill today’s spot, but I’ll be back next week with some more furniture transformations.
In the meantime, tomorrow is one of my favorite neighborhood garage sales, MacGrove. Keeping my fingers crossed that I come across some fab finds there! How about you? Got any fun weekend plans?