They started out as boring wood run of the mill cabinet doors. My husband painted them a dark gray something akin to primer gray.
Then I picked a white I had on hand. If you like Annie Sloan chalk paint, this is sort of like her "Old White" color. Not a white white at all. My intent was an old French garden look. Then we used epoxy glue and attached the beautiful wreaths that I purchased at The Bella Cottage. I use her embellishments all the time. They are great quality compared to some other ones I have found. When everything was painted white, I took my sander and heavily sanded the doors. The paint I used must have had a lot of yellow in it because it revealed a yellowish cast in some areas. Didn't bother me at all since I wanted the layered paint look. Then I took the razor blade scraper and went to town chipping away some of the paint to reveal the bottom layers. Now they are all ready for spring.
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