Dogwood Dresser Makeover DIY Style!

I used Ce Ce caldwells paint and my Krink Paint pens to re do this old nasty dresser
I saved this dresser from the big furniture dumpster in the sky!
A.K.A. the CRUSHER. It was priced at only 7 bucks at the thrift store because they were trying to get rid of it. If I didn't buy it then it meant that most likely it would go to the
furniture recycling plant which is actually a giant CRUSHER!
Oh the HUMANITY!! I had to save it!
So I brought it home and it SAT in my garage for ......MONTHS!
My wonderful hubby asked me every day; "what are you going to do with it"
I had NO idea....:) It had become a STORAGE of sorts. Lots of things started to
pile up on top of it...It was time to GO.
Head over to the Blog to see the FULL Transformation!!

Art is beauty
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  • Bernice H Bernice H on May 06, 2016
    @Art is beauty am seeing this again and loving it! whoever has it has a beautiful fun piece!

  • Jeanne Morris Jeanne Morris on Jun 19, 2016
    This is so cool!! I bought an oldie from Goodwill recently, simply because it was a $12.00 piece - (horrid brown and badly-painted at that)! - painted it white - (sanded it and still had to use 5 coats to cover the dk. brown paint job)! - and stenciled small medallion-type designs on parts of the base, drawers, etc. -- I've gotten MANY compliments on it -- I didn't address the knobs as you did, however, but you've inspired me -- I'm going to take them off and re-do or replace. This will finish it perfectly I think! Thanx!!