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July 28, 2011

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Michelle Hersey

Awww how precious and cute is that?! You are so creative!

janet

What a coinky-dinky. I was painting today too. Isn't it amazing how a little paint transforms junk to treasure?

Your table is so paint-worthy! Great display piece. Great color.

Lisa W.

Love It !!

Marci

Love, love, love that color! Is that the same color as on your kitchen walls? I have been meaning to ask what it is called. Thanks!

Musings from Kim K.

That is a DIVINE color of green. Love the makeover. What a deal for $1. Paint definitely makes the world go round!

sandy

That looks lovely, I love how you can transform a misfit into something so nice. Nice color.

Renee

What a great color. I knew it was time for those gorgeous dahlia's of yours. One of my favorite posts of yours when you go and pick them. They are really a beautiful colored vintage flower and now they have a perfect pedestal. How were the blue berries? Smiles...Renee

Teri from Vintage Station

What a little paint and rolling up the sleeves will do! Looks great!

Kathy

Oh my gosh, I love that color! I think it looks like jadite and I call it "Grandma green" - LOL!

Gloria

I can see pretty vintage jewelry displayed there!

Linda

That looks great! A perfect display piece for that next craft show.

Janis

Hi Laurie,
Oooooooooh, I love the transformation!! The color is wonderful and your flowers within
the blue ball jars are gorgeous!
I reallllllly like this! :)
Hugs,
Janis

SloeGinLizz

Love the bamboo-type detail to the legs - gives it a bit of a tki bar look. But I never would have notcied it under the dark stain.

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