Thank you everyone who linked up and entered the fabulous giveaway we had last week! I know you are all anxious to find out who won……..
Carrie Monnier-Cummings, you are the lucky winner!!
Carrie, Modern Masters will be getting in touch with you to get your choices and paints to you ASAP. Thank you for playing along!
So many great Redouxs linked up, so hard to choose! I did my best, here are my shares for this week. REMEMBER, all the features are Pinned on the REDOUX FEATURES Pinterest Board too!
My first feature is truly a rags to riches Cinderalla Story. I will let Karin from Art is Beauty share her tale, but the end result is this gorgeous table and chairs going to the ball, or her space where I am sure they are already sold! Karin used a combination CeCe Caldwell’s Virginia chestnut and Vermont Slate from Cece Caldwell’s on the top and Omaha Ochre on the base. (One of my faves).
I love layering paints, and Vintage Charm Restored did this beautifully on this table with gorgeous base. It is like the United Nations of the Chalk and Clay Based Paint world. She used a little of everything! You must see all the steps to see how she got this gorgeous end result. Love it.
I couldn’t believe the transformation on this very solid, but very dated little side table/cabinet from Vintage Breeze. I love the details and the Francophiled look she gave it. Check out even the inside doors! So cute!
You know how much I LOVE curbside shopping and a good Dumpster Dive. This clever girl from Upcycle Addict transformed an curbside find in poor condition and transformed it into this gorgeous entertainment center.
I am a drawer junkie, and the more French they look the better. I have quite the stack in my garage, sans the dresser that was AWOL when I found them. The creative gal at Unique Junktique found the dresser with the drawers, but the dresser had been left in the rain and was ruined, but not the drawers! She salvaged them by adding casters, and making under bed storage! She used CeCe Caldwell’s Chalk and Clay based Paints in Traverse City Cherry, Blue Montana Sky, and Kentucky Mint. What a gorgeous way to mix and layer colors, and gorgeous storage too!
And to wrap it up, let’s talk Green, as in the perfect Green on this perfect piece of furniture from Picked and Painted. Everything about it is crisp and perfect. I love the decorative banner she made and is using for the photo staging too!
If you were featured, I would love some love on your blog, FB and Social networking sites! Please feel free to take “I was a Celebre Button and display on your blog. 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.