PIC #1 vintage coffee table, rustic redo. This had a broken leg and no glass on the top. I was going to burn it in my fire pit but couldn't bring myself to do it. I finally decided to do something with it. Here's a few pics in order of it's progression. I still would like to add a brown glaze to the crevices of the white base and and added a few coats of poly.
Becky Shaul NorrisFlea Market...all the lids and plates, etc are glued to the window glass on one side, them the flat side is displayed so you can look through and see all the detail in the glass pieces. i just ran a light bead of the Dap silicone glue around the flat edge of the glass which will meet the glass on the window. let them dry, then hang the entire window over another window so you can see through it.
~ Before painting your walls or ceilings, use a stencil to create a raised pattern. Holding the stencil in place, apply joint compound with a putty knife over the stencil. Remove the stencil to reveal the pattern. Allow to dry thoroughly before painting. This could be used for the dresser drawer fronts for craft room
I mosaiced this chair seat with broken vintage dishes after I painted it with acrylic paints and gave it a crackle finish. I then added a rub on at the top and then sprayed it with clear finish.(all except for the mosaiced seat) I used it as a plant stand until I sold it.
I bought this little metal chair at the flea market for a few bucks because it was missing the seat. My husband cut one out of some plywood and sanded it down. I cut the humming bird from a piece of irridized stained glass for the center and surrounded it with little pieces of various colored glass and then finished it off with light gray grout. I think it would be cute used as a stand for a small plant