A Sweet Shabby Made Over Side Table

A Sweet Shabby Made Over Side Table

After finding a side table at a local garage sale for $5, I wanted to share how to give any piece of furniture you may find a sweet shabby made over side table new look | www.raggedy-bits.com
After finding these sweet drawers at a garage sale for $5, the creative juices started flowing and I knew what I was going to do to them to give them. Let me take you on a little journey of a sweet shabby made over the side table. Using some decoupage paper can really transform anything into something beautiful.


A Sweet Shabby Made Over Side Table

 

After finding a side table at a local garage sale for $5, I wanted to share how to give any piece of furniture you may find a sweet shabby made over side table new look | www.raggedy-bits.com

You will have to forgive me… I did take a “before” photo but didn’t check to see the quality of the photo  🙁 I will do my best to describe how they were before I made them over. The top and the sides were raw pine and badly marked with drink rings and nail polish. The drawers had a little white wash effect over them and were a little grubby.
After finding a side table at a local garage sale for $5, I wanted to share how to give any piece of furniture you may find a sweet shabby made over side table new look | www.raggedy-bits.com
Step 1 – Remove the drawer knobs. Sand the entire piece using 180 grit sandpaper on your sander to remove the marks. Then change the sandpaper over to 120 grit and give a light sand.
Step 2 – Using chalk paint (I used my own Milk Coloured chalk paint mix ) paint the entire piece. I love using chalk paint as it dries quickly and when sanding it gives a nice distressed look that I love.
Step 3 – Distress using your sander with the 120 grit to give a nice distressed look. It is entirely up to you with how heavy handed you want to be!
After finding a side table at a local garage sale for $5, I wanted to share how to give any piece of furniture you may find a sweet shabby made over side table new look | www.raggedy-bits.com
Step 4– Using Mod Podge and some matching decoupage paper, positioned the paper over the draw faces and then let dry overnight.
Step 5 – Take your block sander and go around the outside of the drawers to remove any excess paper. Then using my sander I sanded back the entire drawer faces until I achieved a nice worn look.
After finding a side table at a local garage sale for $5, I wanted to share how to give any piece of furniture you may find a sweet shabby made over side table new look | www.raggedy-bits.com
Step 6– Pop the drawer knobs back into place. Then give a nice coat of wax to seal all of the yumminess!
And that’s it! Super nice way to give an old piece of furniture a new lease on life and add a change to your home decor in an instant!
After finding a side table at a local side table for $5, I wanted to share how to give any piece of furniture you may find a sweet shabby made over side table new look | www.raggedy-bits.com

 

I won’t end up keeping this piece and she is for sale in my shop (SOLD) and will take her to market on the weekends!

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After finding a side table at a local garage sale for $5, I wanted to share how to give any piece of furniture you may find a sweet shabby made over side table new look | www.raggedy-bits.com

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12 comments

  1. You really do amazing things with furniture. I wish I lived closer to take advantage of a purchase!!!
    Thanks so much for stopping by to share your work on Oh My Heartsie Girls WW this week, and the mention above, that is so sweet!!

    Hope you have a beautiful week!
    Karren

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