Can you believe I purchased this wooden jewelry chest at a garage sale and only paid $5?
How to Paint a Garage Sale Wooden Jewelry Chest
Carlene at Organized Clutter gave her garage sale find a fabulous makeover with Dixie Belle Paint!
I brushed on two coats of Caviar all over. I love Caviar Chalk Mineral Paint! Dixie Belle Paint distresses really easily, doesn't require priming or sanding, and doesn't need any type of sealer.
Then, I painted the wooden knobs with Drop Cloth Chalk Mineral Paint. To paint the knobs I put them on toothpicks and then pushed the toothpicks into a foam tree to let them dry without them touching the table.
I used my Old Sign Stencils buffalo check stencil to add a fun checkered design to the drawer fronts. I painted the stencils using Drop Cloth also. I laid the stencil diagonally over each drawer and made sure to line up the designs so they matched.
Finally, I sealed the whole piece with Dixie Belle Paint's Best Dang Wax in Clear.
I'm excited that I can store all of my Valentine's Day jewelry in my new jewelry chest!
- Caviar Chalk Mineral Paint (https://dixiebellepaint.com/caviar-chalk-mineral-paint/)
- Drop Cloth Chalk Mineral Paint (https://dixiebellepaint.com/drop-cloth-chalk-paint/)
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