Friday, August 17, 2012
I found this little cabinet at a local sale. It was a plain Jane cabinet from Mexico and was pretty beat up. My husband painted it with canyon black by Rustoleum.
He removed the hardware, and I went to town with some inexpensive stencils. I have always loved the old spool cabinets, but they are very expensive whenever I find them. I am not going to keep this. It's already at the shop, but at least it was mine for just a little while.
I found my inspiration on Pinterest.
I stuck pretty close to the real deal although I probably shouldn't have used the actual J&P Coats name. I went out on a limb and did it anyway. I usually only use real brand names when I know they are out of business.
I'm pretty happy with the way it turned out. I just trimmed it out with some antique gold acrylic paint and put a wash of raw umber over it to age the color a little more. Thanks for your visit.
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