Wooden Spice Box Makeover

4:30:00 AM

I just love finding things like this garage sales.

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That tall box used to look like this.


Wooden Spice Box Makeover www.homeroad.net


It actually had a broken knob on the bottom and it was looking pretty bad.

I brought it home and fixed the knob, luckily there was one just like the others in my workshop.

Gave it a couple coats of white then distressed the edges....

What a difference!


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A cute little organizer not for spices anymore but for anything.

Office supplies,

buttons,

jewelry,


Wooden Spice Box Makeover www.homeroad.net

Any other ideas for this adorable box?

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2 comments

  1. Such a huge difference! Would be great for a craft room or kitchen counter. =) Are you doing the library fair again this year???

    Jeanine

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  2. I'll have to go back to look at couple of other saves after I post this comment. That happens to me alot, I'll go to other project on a blog and forget to comment, duh,lol..
    It's amazing to me how you "save" things so awesomely. It takes certain kind of imagination. LOve it all. Happy week

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