Take two buckets.
Paint with Americana Decor Chalky Finish in Escape - a lovely blue.
Let sit around for several weeks.
(Maybe a month or two.)
Drag out the numbers and letters stamps.
I thought a bunch of mixed nuts would look great in this box.
Did not have mixed nuts so added the pine cones.
The number has no significance.
However, Chucks (always helpful AFTER I finish a project!) suggested using a numeric code for "NUTS".
Wish I had thought of that!
This bucket has no handle so really it is a planter.
The secret code here is K8420.
Can you figure it out?
Little NO. 5 is surrounded by pumpkins and pine cones.
Reminds me of a bright blue autumn sky.
Three zinc pots painted last year with the Farragoz method.
I have been using them, but they are off to the booth.
Obviously I had to name them "1", "2", and "3" so they would stay together.
A scary floating dresser ghost!
No, just lazy.
The only pic I took of the before was the dresser on its side in the truck.
Just rotated it.
Previously in the ghastly brown antiquing from the seventies.
I had big plans for it.
Some really spectacular.
Then it rained, rained, rained, rained, ...
So it was spray painted with Rust-Oleum Satin Granite.
Three light coats so it would dry faster.
Stuck a tag on it and off it went to the booth.
Just a plain dresser.
Chucks is over my shoulder as I type saying I am so mean to say there is a numeric code on the bucket.
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