Sunday, September 27, 2009

Before and After: The Story of a Bar Cart

It all started with a Thrift Store trip.. smashed in between random things...

Then I took it home, took off the glass panels and spray painted the frame ( white gloss).
FYI - things with wheels can be sprayed with Silicone spray/WD40 to make them roll easier
Then my trusty helper and I began tracing the glass panels on poster board. We then cut out fabric to cover the poster board and mod podged it on. After they dried I sprayed with a gloss finisher spray.
The beauty behind this cart is that you can have interchangeable panels! With my love for Holidays I could have tons of different holiday inspired panels!
I think the darker one is much cuter!

Styled:

** Fabrics used : Amy Butler "Daisy Chain" & unknown from JoAnne's Fabrics.
Paint Used - Rustoleum Spray Paint in White Glossy.***

4 comments:

REBECCA & CLAY KELTON said...

i want one.

Meliha said...

You're so crafty! I never would have thought about doing this...

Christina @ Boyish Charm said...

Great transformation! I love the idea of changing out the panels when needed.

Brett and Emily said...

so cute! I just found your blog through thrifty decor chick. did you go to Westwood? Whats with the war eagle at the end of your intro?

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