Morning Sky - a blue from Krylon's Chalky Spray paint arsenal.
A delightful primitive cabinet.
A great combination.
If you remember I bought this while on the Peach Tree 23 yard sale event READ HERE .
Here it is topless.
And here it is with its enamelware top.
It is slightly askew for a reason.
It was where the previous owner sat to drink his coffee each morning on the porch.
Have you ever noticed the stories behind pieces of furniture are often more interesting than the furniture alone?
Flipped over to clean and paint - found out the shelves were held in by layers of dirt.
No problem - never met dirt I could not banish.
Topless and shelfless - best way to paint.
This after the first light coat.
I did two.
Once again I did not distress it.
I may have to change the name of my blog if I continue this trend!
I will say this about this paint, and I am NOT paid to say a thing.
It dries in hot, humid conditions.
I did not secure the shelves - just crammed them back in.
The top only needed cleaning.
Added a cute tag for the new booth.
Styled it with a green metal basket filled with aluminum colanders.
Yep, another collection bites the dust and moves on be sold.
I even threw in the last of my sprinkler collection.
I did keep one giant star colander.
Available in Booth C-23 in Riverfront Antique Mall.
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