A Dreamy Rolling Tea Cart

7:36:00 AM

This just goes to show what a little paint can do...




A Dreamy Rolling Tea Cart  www.homeroad.net

I created a custom mix of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® using Versailles and Country Grey.

It made a dreamy green garden color that was perfect for this rolling tea cart.

A Dreamy Rolling Tea Cart  www.homeroad.net

I am picturing it being rolled out by a fine man in a tux.

The cart is filled with tea and delicious pastries for a garden party.

A Dreamy Rolling Tea Cart  www.homeroad.net

The garden party is on a deck filled with flowers by a lake.

All the lovely women are dressed in pretty cotton dresses and wearing big hats.

We are sipping tea and eating fine French pastries with no calories.

A Dreamy Rolling Tea Cart  www.homeroad.net

And then I woke up... wow what a little paint can do.


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3 comments

  1. Nice! I just bought one of these to refurbish for our Rescue Rehab Vintage Wares rental business! Love what a bit of paint can do!
    Marti

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