Since I can't afford a new fancy Washer & Dryer for my Laundry Room, instead I decided to give a little makeover to my old set using a stencil from Royal Design Studio.
I centered the thick plastic stencil on the front of my dryer and stuck it in place with some painter's tape. I then used a little cabinet and trim roller to apply my paint. Finish it off with a coat of clear polyurethane and the makeover is complete!
what do you do with a rummage sale frame to give it a fresh look...a coat of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint™ Provence..apply Annie Sloan's Craqueleur™ varnish crackle and some of Annie's soft dark wax....Total restyle!
I made this project for a contest that I'm in called American Crafter. You can check out the entire project @ www.iknowtheplansihave4you.blogspot.com You can vote if you'd like at www.naptimecrafters.com.
Commented on Mar 18, 2012
Wow! That is amazing. We have an old crib I've been wracking my brain trying to figure out a
way to repurpose it in a useful way, and this is perfect!