Have you ever stenciled furniture? My little table makeover is so darn cute! Thanks to Royal Design Stencils.

q have you ever stenciled furniture my little table makeover is so darn cute thanks, painted furniture, Finished
q have you ever stenciled furniture my little table makeover is so darn cute thanks, painted furniture
q have you ever stenciled furniture my little table makeover is so darn cute thanks, painted furniture, Adding the stencil
Adding the stencil
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  • Miriam Illions Miriam Illions on May 25, 2012
    Thank you, Debra. This is adorable!

  • Becky H Becky H on May 25, 2012
    I am sitting here laughing at myself. Seeing the thumbnails, I'm saying to myself, "Boy! Does the 4th photo really have depth!!" Then, I went through the pictures and discovered the depth was the stencil laying on top of the table. Too funny! Your table turned out to be a very attractive asset!

  • Debra D Debra D on May 25, 2012
    @Becky H, you are too funny! I can see how the pic can be misleading though.

  • Bernice H Bernice H on May 25, 2012
    Very pretty!

  • Kathy W Kathy W on May 25, 2012
    Table turned out cute, but why on earth would you paint such a nice table?

  • Cindy E Cindy E on May 25, 2012
    I like the stenciling on this. I am still having trouble getting used to the dis-stessed look on all the painted furniture now days. When my pieces look dis-stressed, is when I get out the paint and give it a fresh coat of paint.

  • Lena D Lena D on May 25, 2012
    very nice job

  • Judy C Judy C on May 25, 2012
    I agree with Kathy W. I could see doing this to junky table but that looks like a really nice table, why paint it??

  • Mary anne Z Mary anne Z on May 25, 2012
    that is the cutest little table and the color fab

  • Bernice H Bernice H on May 26, 2012
    Why the potty mouth?

  • Roxy D Roxy D on May 26, 2012
    This is cute. I am not a stencil person, but this really looks good.

  • Barb R Barb R on May 26, 2012
    you used chalk paint??? why....is very nice table love the stencil

  • Debra D Debra D on May 26, 2012
    To all who asked, this is not a new table but not an antique either. The top of it was very scratched and it was just sitting in the basement so I decided to paint it for a touch of color in my family room.

  • Rose S Rose S on May 26, 2012
    Great Job, just love it. I have a few small tables that could stand a makeover - thanks for the 'inspiration. :-)

  • Nancy K Nancy K on May 26, 2012
    Oh my goodness... the table is just too cute... I just started to sand an old coffee table that looks just like it.... Now I know how to finish it! Thanks!

  • Nicole P Nicole P on May 26, 2012
    LOL. I used no bad words. But the acronym was obviously enough for you to remove it! LOL. And that's exactly what i thought, so i typed it. Free speech + PUBLIC social mediums = you aren't always going to get the answers/replies you were hoping for. Sorry!

  • Debra D Debra D on May 27, 2012
    Nothing was removed by me. Not every one likes the same thing, that's ok.

  • Marcy Marcy on May 28, 2012
    It really is so cute!

  • Juana A Juana A on Jun 07, 2012
    Love it

  • Bib8012398 Bib8012398 on Jul 17, 2016
    I liked your little table. Stencils are amazing. I remember the days when you really couldn't find stencils and had to do it all free hand, or if you could find stencils they were cost prohibitive. I never really had a favorite color, just favorite hues of particular colors. I once painted my tiny guest bathroom teal and my cousin and i worked for a week painting flamingos all with different expressions and poses. Sounds a little over the too but it actually turned out so well. When I sold my little condo the realtor begged me to paint it white. I didn't. It was on the market for three days. The person that bought it said it had a wonderful ecclectic personality. So if you have a creative flare- enjoy it. When you walk into a room on a gloomy day and look at something you saved, created, restored or whatever, it gives you a happy little boost. If someone else doesn't get it don't worry. If it makes you happy go for it!

  • Kathryn MacMillan Kathryn MacMillan on Sep 13, 2016
    Looks great, don't get why some people criticize painted furniture. The Egyptians started it and the French popularized it back in the 17th Century. Early Americans also painted their furniture, the idea of people always having drab rooms, lacking color in their furniture is so false. Perhaps your table will still be around in 100 years or so and will be prized as an early 21stC piece of revitalized folk art :)

  • Rene Rene on Feb 24, 2019

    no. but i would like to try and stencil some styrofoam for a ceiling in my bathroom