This little wooden basket was another find from my picker.
I love the way it’s constructed with all of those little slats nailed in place.
This was a quick and easy makeover. I painted the basket in Dixie Belle’s Drop Cloth and sanded to distress.
Then I added a few transfers including this new one from Dixie Belle.
This is from their On the Farm transfer set.
They also offer a Farmhouse silkscreen stencil with a couple of these same designs.
I put this transfer on the other side of the basket.
And then I added a section from re.design with prima’s Everyday Farmhouse transfer down the slatted side.
I finished it up with a quick coat of clear wax.
This would make an adorable Easter basket, wouldn’t it?
I wish I could say those tulips are from my own garden, but it will still be a few weeks before my tulips are blooming. But a bunch of tulips from the grocery store is a great way to brighten things up and add a little spring to my surroundings until they get here.
Thank you to Dixie Belle for providing the paint and the transfers for today’s project.
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Love the wooden basket ♡ Happy Easter ♡
Thanks, same to you 😊
That would be an adorable Easter basket! These transfers really give new life to all the wood things I see at the thrift store. So genius!
They really do, and they are so much fun to play around with!
Super cute do-over! Feels like Spring! Love it!
Spring has to arrive soon, right?
Cute basket, I’m also patiently waiting for my garden tulips to show up.
I love it!!!
The basket is so nice and I especially love the way you styled it……the pink and green and a little touch of black! Made me feel happy just looking at it!
I love this basket! And yes, this would be a perfect Easter Basket!