Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Blooming Bench: Before & After


I got this dark and dreary old bench at a garage sale for $2. 
It was it great shape...All it needed was a makeover!

I got some of that fabulous Top Drawer fabric line at Hancock's that is
covered in a thin layer of plastic.  It is like laminated fabric. 
The have some new gorgeous prints!  It was so hard to choose.

 




Have a BEAUTIFUL DAY!!

19 comments:

  1. What a lovely redo. Quite brightened up the sad little thing. Great idea using the laminated fabric.

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  2. Very pretty. Now, where to put it?

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  3. Love this cute little thang! and laminate dfabric...Genius!

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  4. Looks lovely, very cheerful!

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  5. I'm lovin' the fabric choice! So pretty!

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  6. Fabulous!! I LOVE that fabric line and love the one you used! :) Looks so happy and cheery now! Thanks for linking it up this week!

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  7. Super cute! I love garage sale finds!!

    Tiffany, I blog over at http://itsacowgirlthing.blogspot.com/

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  8. Love the redo. It looks fantastic!

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  9. Love the modern look to the fabric. Great and fun colours.

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  10. Perfection! The fresh coat of white and colorful fabric totally transformed that bench.

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  11. Love the fabric choice. Looks great and happy.

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  12. AHH! What a great bench make over! I'm a new follower of yours and I'd love if you linked up to Sew Woodsy.

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  13. great find...but nothing without your talent to make it beautiful again. i love what you did with it. stopping by from tatertots and jello!

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  14. Very nice indeed! I love giving old furniture a new lease on life. It is often more solid, and you can do more with it. You've done an excellent job.

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  15. Neatly written and explained.Thanks for sharing.

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