Happy New Year! We’re gonna start it off with my favorite kind of project – a thrift store makeover. This time we’re making over a jewelry cabinet with mirror. Here’s what it looked like when I found it at the thrift store. I think this one was $7.99 at Goodwill.
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Light Blue Jewelry Cabinet with Mirror Supplies
- Americana Decor Chalky Finish paint in Vintage
- Americana Decor Light Satin Varnish
- paint brushes
- DecoArt Decoupage Glue, matte
- 7Gypsies scrapbook papers
This jewelry cabinet was in great shape so I just cleaned it up before painting. The chalky finish paint doesn’t need any other prep.
I usually save up a few thrift store projects and have a big painting day once a month or so. Looks like I painted something blue and gray this day, too!
I always take the drawers out and paint them separately.
I gave it two coats of paint, lightly distressed it with sandpaper, and topped it with a coat of satin varnish.
VIDEO – coming soon!
I painted the sides of the drawers but then I decided to decoupage some scrapbook papers on the sides. The scrapbook papers are from a 7Gypsies paper pad.
This cabinet also had a nice side open door with a ring holder and mirror inside.
For those of you who are always asking… I sold this for $30.00. I can’t remember if it sold at Paris Flea Market or one of the other markets I went to. Our fall was so busy everything kind of runs together! I really love this light blue paint with the brass hardware.
If you enjoyed this jewelry cabinet with mirror, you might also like these:
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Thanks for reading!
‘Til the next project,
Ann @ Duct Tape and Denim