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Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Another Reason Why I Love Glaze

I've mentioned before that I love this stuff.  

Here's another makeover involving a little paint and a little glaze.


BEFORE:


AFTER:

Gawjus!!


Linking to:
Make it Yours Day @ My Backyard Eden
Power of Paint Party @ Domestically Speaking 
Sunday Showcase @ Under the Table and Dreaming  
Amaze Me Monday @ Dittle Dattle 
Make it 4 Monday @ Cottage Instincts
Met Monday @ Between Naps on the Porch  
Market Yourself Monday @ Sumo's Sweet Stuff 
Take a Look Tues @ Sugar Bee Craft Edition 
Crafty Mondays @ The Tootsie Wootsie 
Whatever Goes Weds @ Someday Crafts 
Restored It Weds @ Restore Interiors 
Feature Yourself Friday @ Fingerprints on the Fridge  

34 crafty peeps said:

  1. Really~ that is just amazing how different it looks! Gorgeous!

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  2. Okay can we get a glaze tutorial/how to? PLEASE??? I have a table that needs something. Can this be done to furniture?

    It looks beautiful!

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  3. This Rocks! I love the way it almost looks like copper verde! Totally AWESOME! Be blessed.

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  4. pretty pretty!!!! and i amwearing my cowl again today and received many compliments when i dropped emmy off at school!

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  5. Really beautiful, Kristi. I love that blue that you use, too.

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  6. Everything I have seen you touch with glaze looks awesome...I am featuring this one today at http://www.purplepaisleypinwheels.com =)

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  7. I love this.. I have a frame to do this on..I am your newest follower..

    sherry

    http://splendiferousgirlsclub.blogspot.com

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  8. What a difference paint and glaze make! I have a mirror similar to your and now I know what I'm going to do with it~ Sue

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  9. Love the verdigris look! What color glaze did you use on this? Wonderful job....can't wait to try this.

    xox
    Nancy

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  10. ohhh much nicer after. love what you did to it! thanks for sharing.

    www.mygirlishwhims.blogspot.com

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  11. This is beautiful! :) I need to learn how to use this glaze...

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  12. Beautiful mirror Kristi...love the color! ~Deb~

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  13. I am lovin' the color! What a great transformation! Isn't it fun to work with paint?

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  14. I enjoy painting and glazing and your mirror frame turned out so great. Terry

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  15. Wow, I LOVE this! Where did you get the mirror? Was it thrifted?

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  16. I like that color!

    Come and join me at my first linky party over at
    http://tootsiewootsieboutique.blogspot.com/

    crafty mondays!

    -The tootsie wootsie

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  17. Beautiful. Love the color you selected.

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  18. Fabulous! Do share color choices-I've got a thrift store mirror waiting to be painted.

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  19. So darling!! I love the color you chose for that frame- it really makes it look so beautiful~ stopping by from Mi4M to say hello! :)

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  20. Great before and after! I love turquoise. Would love for you to share this at my link party if you get the chance!

    http://kraftykat76.blogspot.com/2011/01/gettin-krafty-with-it-3.html

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  21. Thanks for linking this cute frame up!
    xoxo

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  22. I LOVE this! LOVE your blog!!! Would love for you to link this up at

    *ENTER LINKY PAR-TAY Here! *

    xoxokara

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  23. forgot to let you know that I linked you in my post yesterday. www.restoreinteriors.blogspot.com
    Thanks for the bird idea!! I did them myself and posted about it!
    Kelli

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  24. Absolutely beautiful! I could see this in a PB catalog and never know the difference!
    Amie @ http://www.kittycatsandairplanes.blogspot.com/

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  25. You do such a fabulous job with your transformations. Thanks for being a part of "Amaze Me Monday".

    ~Dittle Dattle

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  26. What a difference. The new look is much better! Love this.

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  27. Beautiful! Do you have a tutorial on how to use glaze?

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