Tuesday, June 28, 2011

An Old Pail

 This old pail has served its purpose.
I found it in the shed and was ready to throw it away...



But wait!
How about a little silver patio paint...



And some antiquing glaze...




Everything old can be new again with a little paint!



A little paint can breath new life into something old...
Happy painting!

Susan

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12 comments:

  1. Love your "new" pail and the way you hung it on the door with the frame. Very creative!

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  2. Love it with the frame! Nice job!

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  3. hiya susan , love love love this idea , a new take on a wreath , being able to change out the flowers any time you better take it in a night cause i know where you live !!! lol
    happy crafting
    xmaggiex

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  4. Hi Susan, love your new creation, I would love to put one on my front door but, we have a very small overhang and I am concerned it may get too wet. I could hang it on the inside of the door.hmmm
    have a great day,
    Regina

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  5. Linda restauração! A moldura com o balde se encaixaram muito bem.
    Beijinho.

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  6. I love getting something "new" with a bit of paint ;)

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  7. Love it. And I love it hanging on the door with the frame. Very clever. Thanks for sharing. Karie

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  8. Looks fabulous! Love the way you hung it on the door with the frame. Thanks for linking up to this week's Catch a Glimpse party.

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  9. Love how a bit of paint has transformed it into a gorgeous piece of homeware.x

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  10. beautiful! may get some of these when they get marked down at Michaels, repaint them and use at Christmas...great idea!

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