The Downtown Camas Vintage & Art Street Faire is less than one week away! It really is crunch time and I am checking projects off my list left and right! I thought I would take a moment to share a couple of my favorite projects with you.
This started out as a $2 cupboard door, plain as can be! I used Artisan Enhancements Transfer Gel to apply the beautiful image. The image was a digital download I purchased on Etsy and enlarged and cropped to fit inside the cupboard door. I added the "frame" with pieces of appliques I had in my stash and then painted it in Old White Chalk Paint® followed by Clear Wax, Dark Wax and Gold Gilding Wax to highlight.
I have had lots of questions about the transfer process I use since I shared the cupboard door project on Facebook and Instagram, so I thought I would include my Image Transfer Tutorial Video in this post. I hope it sheds some light on the technique for those of you who were interested!
Earlier this week, I also shared the above collage of photos. I used the photo from Pinterest for inspiration when transforming my hardware that was just a little too new for the look I was after for my dresser project. I used Annie Sloan's Graphite, Florence and a little Lem Lem, followed by Dark Wax and a hint of gold gilding wax to recreate the patina'd effect.
And here is the completed dresser! The color is a little darker than it appears in the photo. I used Scandinavian Pink, Country Grey and Old White...a mix of the three and then a bit of blending in some areas. After a coat of Clear Wax, I accented with Dark Wax and highlighted with Gold Gilding Wax.
I look forward to this event every summer! Although I still have loads to do before Saturday, I feel like things are finally falling into place. Be sure to follow me on Facebook and Instagram for more project updates and sneak peeks! If you're local, I do hope you'll join us on Saturday! It is such a fun day and I love visiting with everyone who stops by my booth! Hope to see you!
Best Wishes and Blessings,