Pretty Wooden Tissue Box

6:22:00 AM

I love to find things to paint at the thrift store,

ideas come to me as I stand there....

so when I found this wooden tissue box with a very ugly
 brass colonial eagle nailed on the top...

I thought it would be really cute if I got rid of 
the eagle and paint up it up in a fun bright color...

I gave the box a coat of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint
in Provence
(because my goal is to try every color...)
and because I love this bright, happy color.

See the classroom organizers I painted in this color.

When the paint was dry I used my 
Silhouette to print out
Bless You
and adhered it to the top of the box.

I gave this adorable tissue box a coat of clear wax
and I'm bringing it to school for my Pre K kids!

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  1. This is so cute! I need to keep a look out at the thrift store...there's usually a brass eagle or two flying around there.

  2. How cute! And perfect for the classroom!!

  3. how fun is that! :) pretty and oh so functional!

  4. I've seen those with the eagle on them!! Love it's new look :)

  5. OMG, that is funny, I love it. I have one I can paint, and I'm so putting bless you or gesundheit on it!!!!!

  6. This is adorable! So clever and cute. Love this!

  7. This is so fabulous! Love the humor : ) hugs...tfs


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