This dresser has been sitting in the corner of the living room waiting for a second coat of paint and a waxed paper transfer of hydrangeas.
On a slightly cooler morning last week I finally dragged it out into the driveway and finished it.
Way back numerous weeks ago it was a plain Jane MCM dresser.
It was painted with one coat of Bermuda Sand.
Then I got distracted by other projects and left it to languish.
No one likes a languishing dresser.
So I put on my big girl's panties and went to work.
One more coat of Bermuda Sand.
Look at the atomic legs on her!
I did not distress this dresser.
I used waxed paper to print out blue hydrangeas.
See the method HERE .
I used my finger while the ink was wet and softened the colors.
Used a distressed ink dauber in blue to fill in.
I wanted Monet.
I think I got Monet!
Soft and subtle.
I only did the top drawer.
Did not want too much of a good thing.
The Hydrangea Dresser can be purchased in Booth C-23 at Riverfront Antique Mall in North Augusta, South Carolina.
Maybe I should have created water lilies.
*Image courtesy of The Graphics Fairy.
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