It's New and Old... Rolling Pin Rose Garden

Eve Moore Kiser
by Eve Moore Kiser
5 Materials
3 Hours
I really like taking the old and the new and making is totally different than what it's meant for... I love everything vintage so I took some of my vintage rolling pins and added a couple of new ones and turn them into an old Charming rolling pin rose gardenicon
I got some from Goodwill 2$ and picked up a couple from Walmart 6$...
So I started by sanding just the handles of the Rolling Pin only just I can add a little stain on the endsicon
A little stain goes a long wayicon
Adding a little paint is totally up to you depending on the transfer you use icon
Now they're ready so here comes the fun part.... can you say transfersicon I picked up IOD iron orchid transfers called floral treasure 11"× 14"♥️ this will cover 2 rolling pins...@12.99$
After the transfer is put on I took a very fine sandpaper 220 going over the handles of the rolling pin and just a little over the transfer and sealing it with waxicon
Really loving my rolling pin rose gardenicon icon
Just remember at this point they are no longer food safeicon
Makes a great gift for any occasionicon
Resources for this project:
FolkArt Home Decor Chalk Furniture & Craft Paint in Assorted Colors (8 Ounce), 34151 Sheepskin
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  • Chris Chris on Mar 03, 2018

    Where did you get the transfer? They are pretty.

  • Judy Thibaut Judy Thibaut on Mar 03, 2018

    What kind of finish did you put on last?

  • Erin Erin on Mar 08, 2018

    I love this but I am not super crafty. How did you apply the transfers?

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