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Not For Babies Anymore

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Changing table upcycled to a bar cart. DIY chalk paint, handmade wine rack and wine glass holder. Iron pipe, elbow joints and floor flanges as towel racks and hand painted graphics borrowed from The Graphics Fairy.
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Old changing table before the upcycling began.
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Finished cart ready for silent auction to benefit my sons school.
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Added wooden serving tray also hand painted with transferred graphics.
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Hand painted graphic from The Graphics Fairy. Love her website
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Top shelf of cart. Again, hand painted transfer from The Graphics Fairy.
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Fun, functional and easy to complete.
  • Misfit
    Misfit Chicago, IL

    Beautiful.

  • Anna Ibarra
    Anna Ibarra San Antonio, TX

    Wow! it doesn't even look like a baby changer station. Way to up-cycle nicely.

  • Mindi
    Mindi Baltimore, MD

    Thanks.

  • Mindi
    Mindi Baltimore, MD

    I used a basic homemade chalk paint recipe found on the Internet and used Lowes Valspar paint sample sizes since not much us needed. The beauty of chalk paint is there is little to no preparation. I just ran a light grit sand paper over it once,

  • Mindi
    Mindi Baltimore, MD

    Basically took an unused changing table and painted it using chalk paint, added hand painted graphics, wheels on the bottom and industrial pipes as towel racks. Just a lot of imagination. The wine rack was the hardest and I have since just used

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