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Dresser Makeover

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You guys did not make it easy, I didn’t realize how hard it would be to choose my first Newbie.

I am so excited to be involved in this weekly event, all of you are so talented.


Welcome Sarah from Imperfect Patina!

Sometimes when you makeover furniture you uncover things that you don’t expect.  Most of the time it’s not a good thing.  Remember my round dining table?  Anyway when Sarah started this project, she had no idea what she would find beneath this bright red paint:

I  can tell you, I just wish I’d uncover something this gorgeous!

Sarah has been refinishing furniture for years, I hope you’ll go over and welcome her to blogging, nose around a bit and see what she’s been up to.

I am loving this combo of natural wood and ASCP duck egg blue!  It looks great, Sarah shows you here step by step process.

Thank you “Imperfect Patina”-Sarah for linking up at Debbiedoo’s Newbie Party

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I’m looking forward to seeing who else is in the spotlight over at:


Fox Hollow Cottage

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    10 thoughts on “Dresser Makeover”

    1. That looks gorgeous! What a find. She made the perfect choice on this one!! And so did you Debbie. So glad I got to discover your pick for the Newbie Spotlight =)

    2. Love your pick Debbie! I spied this one too, and thought what an awesome newbie here. They are all great, and I never said this was going to be easy. Thanks for participating and I look forward to more of your great picks.

    3. That’s a great pick, Debbie! We always say it’s amazing what paint can do, but in this case, it’s more like it’s amazing what “removing” paint will do. LOL Sarah did an excellent job on the dresser.


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