Decoart Chalky Finish Paint Makeover: Tea Light Holder

I purchased a wooden loaf pan serving tray at the thrift shop for $2.99, and gave it a repurpose and makeover with Decoart Chalky Finish Paint.
This is my thrift shop loaf pan holder before painting.
This is my very first project with Decoart Americana Chalky Finish Paint. I am using the color "Primitive".
I also used a pine rosette (purchased at Menard's), for my re-purpose project. I painted it with "Primitive" as well.
After I distressed the piece with sandpaper, I attached the rosette to the loaf pan, added a stencil number "2", and nailed on a quarter cup measuring cup to hold the tea light.
All the details for this project are on my blog!

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1 question
  • Linda
    on Jan 21, 2017

    How did you attach the rosette? Super glue? Nails? Screws? Bracket?

    • Tanya
      on Jul 25, 2017

      I was also wondering what the significance of the "2" was? It would be equally cute without anything there

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