Today I’m going WAY outside my comfort zone and painting a pink jewelry cabinet! Y’all know that most of my projects are white or gray… except when I get out my favorite turquoise paint. But since setting up next to Paint & Paddles at Junk Bonanza I’ve been experimenting a little more. We made a trade at the end of the show — one of my painted frames for several samples sizes of their paint.
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Pink Jewelry Cabinet Makeover
- pink paint
- white paint
- paint brushes
- scrapbook paper (I used this paper from 7Gypsies.)
- Americana Decor Soft Touch Varnish
After I gave the jewelry cabinet a couple of coats of pink paint I thought that it looked a little boring. What do you think?
So I pulled out my 7Gypsies paper pad, picked a coordinating scrapbook paper, traced around the top of the jewelry cabinet, cut it out, and decoupaged it on.
After I sanded the edges to distress it a little, I thought it still looked a little stark so I dry brushed some white paint on top of the decoupage.
I also decoupaged scrapbook paper to the one drawer in front. This little handle had screws that were easy to get off and on.
After that I gave the entire jewelry cabinet a coat of varnish. What do you think now?
BTW, the price marked on the glass came off pretty easy with a little spray cleaner and elbow grease!
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Thanks for reading about my project! Leave a comment and let me know if you’ve painted any jewelry cabinets lately.
‘Til the next project,
Ann @ Duct Tape and Denim