Upcycling a China Cabinet Door

6:27:00 AM


Nothing goes to waste around here....



Remember the China Cabinet Makeover...

I have 4 leftover doors with beautiful bubbled glass... Since I can not throw away anything 
I thought I might be able to upcycle these windows, and I did... 

Here's the first one...


I painted with Annie Sloan Old White Chalk Paint....


I sanded the edges to show age...


added a little key decor...


And hung it up.... sideways!

Now go over and check out Window #2

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16 comments

  1. Yay, it looks great! Oh and I haven't heard of iPiccy, will check it out...

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  2. Looks amazing! love those doors! Even better with the paint!! Just perfect on the wall!! :)

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  3. I am a door lover! And this one is great!
    Debbie

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  4. These are beyond gorgeous! I would love to have two of them to hang over a wall we have that has two imperfection...hiding imperfections is a good thing, right?

    Jessica @ Mom 4 Real

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  5. Susan that turned out awesome!! I am in love with the mirror too in your previous post! What great finds!

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  6. You never disappoint with your upcycles, Susan! I wonder if they are long enough to be a faux transom over a door ~ I'd love to try that myself for over the two French doors in our home.

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  7. Awesome new look! and thanks for the heads up on the picnik alternative!

    xox

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  8. What a fantastic idea! Looks great.

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  9. Susan, how did you hang these up? I have a bunch of in-frame stained glass windows I need to hang, but can't figure out how to put them up securely AND not drill straight into the frames from the front. Help!?

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    1. They are hung up with 2 sawtoothed picture hangers! :)
      Susan

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  10. Superb idea---looks fantastic. Being frugal and ingenious at the same time is what it's all about.
    Ann

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  11. You have an ailment Susan. It's called Post Wedding Decorating Success (PWSS).

    ~Bliss~

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  12. The door looks great! I'm with you, can't stand to waste, so why not create! Thanks for visiting my blog!

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  13. Beautiful idea! looks classy.

    Monica.

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