Upcycling a China Cabinet Door

6:27:00 AM

Absolutely nothing goes to waste around here.

Remember the China Cabinet Makeover?

I have 4 leftover doors with beautiful bubbled glass.

Since I can not seem to throw away anything I thought I might be able to upcycle these windows.

Here's the first one...

I painted with Annie Sloan Old White Chalk Paint.

I sanded the edges to show age.

and added a little key decor.

I hung it up sideways!

Now go over and check out Window #2

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

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

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

  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

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

  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.

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


  8. What a fantastic idea! Looks great.

  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!?

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

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

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


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

  13. Beautiful idea! looks classy.



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