I will be honest and confess I am continuing to dump old projects off the camera and pretend they are new.
Live with it!
Expecting to see those beautiful white French mustard pots, were you?
If I ever find some super-cheap ones, I will proudly show them off.
This post is all about the mustard paint.
And the tool caddies.
And the crates.
I started with Alex's and Matthew's tool caddies.
No, I do not know who they are. I did not steal two little boys' tool caddies.
Plus two stenciled crates in both the country bunny and silly geese designs.
I am a recovered country stencil painter and have in the past been guilty of procreating both bunnies and geese.
HAH! Nothing a heavy duty sanding won't solve.
Clearly better even before the paint.
I did not have an exact mustard shade in my extensive tiny pots of paint collection.
However I did have three to mix together.
The shade was still a little sunny for me.
So I wiped it down with ...
Let's all say it together ...
MinWax Mission Oak Poly!
Yes, after pic is left and before is right.
Tied red plaid flannel ribbons on each.
Now had I posted this before Christmas, I would have suggested filling each with fat lighter for a cozy fire.
Stick a heart on them and they can be Valentine gifts.
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