Friday, February 25, 2011

Pineapple Table Redo: Before and After



I saw a awesome pineapple at the Paramount Antique Mall that I posted about yesterday.  That inspired this table.



I found the Pineapple Stencil in the back of "Do it Yourself" Magazine from September 2010.  I tried to see if they had a download of the stencil, but they didn't.  So if you would like a copy to make to own stencil then shoot me an email.  I blew it up a little and traced onto freezer paper.





I love freezer paper.  Did you know it works on wood too.  I cut out my stencil and ironed right onto the table top.  Make sure your get the edges GOOD!  I didn't and had a little bit of bleed through.



I peels off great too.



I started by staining the pineapple with a black stain.  I got so excited to see my end result I took off the freezer paper and forgot to take a pic.  The pineapple looked awesome.  I could see it perfectly.  I then was so excited I put on a coat of stain on the table top I forgot to take a pic.  It was a dark brown by minwax called Dark Walnut.  Guess what....by pineapple disappeared.  The table was so dry it just soaked up all the brown.  I could barely see my pineapple.  Plan B.  I could still see the pineapple so I painted with a yellow mistint that I bought.  I love mistints.  THEY ARE CHEAP!    






Here is my glowing pinapple.



I toned it down by rubbing the stain over it. 



My son got too tired staying up waiting for mom!



I painted the base of the table "creamy" by sherwin williams.  This is the only pic I have before I put stain over it.


 Outdoor lighting.




Base of table after I rubbed stain over it.



Close up of Table Top.  I love how it turned out.



Have a great weekend!


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4 comments:

  1. This table turned out adorable! Love the pineapple!
    ~Danylle

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  2. the table turned out beautiful. love it. i think i will try this on a little table i have at the foot of my bed..

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  3. This is precious!!! Great job!!!!1
    Blessings, Lori

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  4. Love the idea of using freezer paper for a stencil. Awesome job! I would be thrilled if you stopped by my Commercial Break Thursday at http://www.suzyssitcom.com and link this project!

    suzy

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