Altered Jewelry Armoire using Gilded Lily by Graphic 45
Good morning! Today is an eventful day! I have a fun project to share with you all, as well as it being my birthday and the 4th anniversary of starting this little blog! So, thank you to all who have stopped by, left comments and supported me in my love of crafting! I plan to get a give-away going soon in celebration of this milestone, so keep an eye out. I have been behind with everything since the kiddos got out of school for the summer, but I will get myself together soon!
So, on to the project! I am so happy with this and my daughter even more so! I have turned a thrift store find into something fit for my little princess!
Here is the before:
As you may notice, it was missing its glass on the left side. I used it as an excuse to get creative which you will see below in my parade of photos! ;)
Now for the after, using the gorgeous Gilded Lily Collection by Graphic 45:
I painted the armoire with white paint, dry brushed on some gold paint and used Mod Podge to adhere the papers and seal the whole thing. I used the 8x8 and 12x12 papers from the Gilded Lily Collection to get the patterns and images just as I wanted them. It was so much fun and my daughter loves it!
I bought this jewelry armoire for $2.50!!! Can you believe it?!
I'm now a little obsessed with my local thrift store, LOL! What amazing deals have you snatched up from your thrift store? I'd love to hear about it!