Happy weekend everyone! The party just keeps getting better every weekend. You are all so amazingly creative!!
I am so excited for this post. Do you remember this dresser? It has been popular!
The casters are part of the piece stealing the show. Vintage Casters Online has graciously offered a $75 credit giveaway toward any of their amazing vintage casters. I LOVE my casters, the pictures I have shown doesn’t do them justice. They are the coolest items in my house.
Here is how you can win, one entry for each item”
– Like Me On Facebook, come back here and let me know, or let me know you already do
-Follow me on Twitter, come back and let me know
-Go to Vintage Industerial (Shop Retro) , check out what is your favorite, then come back here and leave me a comment
That’s it!! Good luck to everyone!
Now onto “Le Features”!!
Just when you think you have seen all the ways to do a transfer project, here is a new one! Not the transfer, but the medium. From DIY Vintage Chic, she used Telephone book pages to get that super cool texture!!! Now that is a REDOUX!
I love chairs, especially the reupholstered and painted kind. This is perfection, the double piping and all from A Girl and Paintbrush. She is amazing and I have yet to see anything from her that I don’t just LOVE!
Now here is a new technique I have not seen before, using cardstock, to layer paint colors!! You are all so genius! This is from Lake Girls Paints
I pinned this next project, and hope to make one in time for my next PFM sale. It is French, and I adore everything about this. FromLa Maison Jolie.
Thank you to everyone who linked up! I appreciate you sharing your talent with me each and every week.
Now for “Le Rules”
#1 Please be considerate and take a “Fridays at Redoux” button from my BUTTONS page to display on your post that you are linking up here. If you are just joining for the first time, you can go back and add edit an already published post and add link buttons. Merci!
If you were featured this week, feel free to grab my “Celebre” Button from this page!
After you have linked up, please go visit my fantastic Friday Link Party friends. They all have wonderful projects linked up that you may not see here, so be sure to hop on over.
The French Laundry coat rack rocks!
And I want those casters – so of course I like you on FB!
(the link to their shop doesn’t work)!
Follow your words of wisdom tweets too!
Karen, thank you for featuring my Spoon and Fork Artwork. I’ve completed one other project using phonebook pages and they work like a charm when you’re needing texture! Already following you on Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook with both my personal page and my fan page.
I wish I could afford Vintage Industrial’s castors. They are exactly what I needed for my Vintage Wine Crate Coffee Table!
Great feature! Love the casters! Thanks for hosting!
I already Liked you on Facebook and love the vintage casters in the giveaway. THANKS, Mary Beth
At Vintage Industrial I love the Ellis coffee table with casters and of course the vintage casters. That is a very nice site and I have bookmarked it.
I like you on FB, but I really love your tutorials! You rock!
Well I already love you on Fb:-) and those casters would be first on my list11
Thanks so much for hosting – gorgeous dresser!!!
I liked you on FB! I loved the shelving on their site! Love those casters!
PS Thanks for hosting!
I have “liked” you on facebook for quite some time! Those casters are fabulous!
Oh my goodness! I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the French Industrial Coffee Table! Thanks for a chance in this giveaway.
Really dig the A Frame table with glass top! And the Wright Chair is awesome too!
I liked you on fb! and you know i’ve been wanting those casters ever since you first showed us this dresser!
I like the ones you used and would love to buy a set of those for the kitchen island I want my hubby to build. If I could win this giveaway it would put me that much closer to actually getting the island I want!!!! Oh how I wish!
I just followed you on twitter too!!
Following all social networks. Great blog and love the dresser and the wheels are to die for. very industrial love it. Thanks -nicole
Cute features! Thanks for hosting! Little Bit
I’m more than a little in love with those casters! Always enjoy your party. Thank you for hosting it for us.
Please enter me!
Thank you for the party.
I like you on fb.
I shared the party too.
Thanks again 🙂
Thank you for the comment on my Burlap side table.
I also linked up another burlap project 🙂
I like you on facebook.
Thanks for hosting the linky party.
OMG! I LOVE the vintage signs!! I especially love the vintage Metro sign…I just love it!
P.S. We’re twitter friends <3
Hey there! It is so great to be back into the swing of things with all our Friday party friends! That dresser makeover is amazing Karen and the casters definitely steal the show. 🙂 Thanks so much for hosting us!
P.S. I seriously cried over all of your sweet comments about my adoption posts and have an email reply sitting in draft for you. You truly blessed me so much! 🙂
I’m glad I came over here, b/c I can’t believe I haven’t liked you on FB yet! Now I do…
And now, I’m following you on twitter… though I’ don’t get over there very much…shhh…don’t tell…
That Vintage Industrial site is scary..as in I might never want to leave it!
I painted a ladder similar to yours during my paint demo Sunday:) Now I’m going to paint ’em all – lol! Thanx for the party and many, many, mahalos for the fabulous introduction this morning. a hui hou, Shelly
Thanks for pointing me in the direction of your blog – I’ve had great fun checking out your work! I’ve liked you on FB and Twitter. My favorite items in the Vintage Industrial Shop are the vintage stools – they are gorgeous!
Thank you so much for featuring my coat rack!!! You made my day!!! I have the perfect table for those casters but I’m on the other side of the world!!!! 🙂
Have a fantastic weekend!!!! xx
Great features and thanks for hosting.
I check out the website and would love to win the cool casters. Great blog!
Hello Dahling! I will now be stalking their site, thank you for sharing! I would love to kick my IKEA TV stand to the curb, they have a low stand on casters with a wooden top, and metal grate sides and front, adore!
Hugs, Tanya 🙂
Already following your fabulousness on FB 😉
You have been FB liked. SMOOCH.
I like 8″casters and I can not lie…….
I liked you on Facebook!
Too much to choose from…loved them all but the consoles, stools and TV stands were great!
Thanks for the chance!
following you everywhere (but not stalking) and i loved the french post dining table. tres cool.
i simply love and want several sets of the 8″ swivel casters!
i too love the coasters. i have some i have on a table. but mine are a lot smaller than yours so i would love to have some like yours. i also see you on twitter. thanks for the chance.
I liked you on facebook, but for the life of me, I can’t figure out why I hadnt before!
i love you on twitter but i forgot to ask you a question when i left my entry a few mins ago. would you tell me what is all the rage of (or how i can find out about it) chalk paint. why do you all use it and how, etc.? thank you very much.
Following you on Twitter!!
I also followed you on twitter.
Love the Vintage Restaurant tables!
I liked you on Facebook, but only because there was no “LOVE” option. Thank you!
I “LIKE” you! I really “LIKE” you!
Just like Denise above–I really “like” you too—but,
I “liked” you on fb!
thanks for hosting
Wow…I have just discovered you and am awestruck. I had seen your dresser on casters on Pinterest but didn’t know until today that it was you or anything about you. Now, of course, I have entered for the “Caster” contest and loved the 5″ threaded style for a coffee table but, then, fell in love with one on their site. It is now a “must have”. I am following you everywhere, blog, FB and twitter and excited about the prospect. AWESOME.
I liked you on Facebook!
I’m following you on Twitter!
I like the French Industrial Coffee Table.
I would love a coffee table, but I’d be totally thrilled with casters!
Already like you on facebook!
I really like their shop and the bookshelves are awesome! Would love to win some casters!
Just found and liked your page on facebook thanks to Pretty In Paint, via Fox Hollow Cottage. Checked out your blog archives and loving it all! My fav casters on Vintage Industrial’s site are the 6″ rigid caster, model # 6rc AND the 6″ factory casters, model # 6fc…but they are ALL lovely! Thank you for the link to their site as I have been scouring the internet for the perfect casters for my vintage-look factory cart coffee table “redoux” project in the near future : ))
I liked you on Facebook!
I looked you on Facebook!
I love those casters….and your blog! I awarded you the Sunshine award…Congrats!
I heart you on facebook and would super-love to win those casters!!! Thanks! ~L
I follow you on Twitter! thanks for the giveaway!! ~L
LOVE and NEED the 5″ threaded with brake! pick me pick me pick me! Danke – wait, that’s not French! HA ~L
oh you know I follow you!!
I liked you on facebook
I went to vintage industrial;s site I am sorry to say that I don’t like anythign to be honest(no disrespect ata ll) but I am just not to the industerial look
i already liked you on facebook!
i love the manhatten accent table; and i love the casters!
Already liking you on Facebook! Awesome giveaway 🙂
Following you on Twitter 🙂
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