Monday, April 20, 2015

DIY Primitive Sidechair

Do you have an odd chair sitting around?
Need to fix up an entry spot?
This will do, and it's easy to!

A Simple DIY Primitive Sidechair

Here is a single, scuffed up $2.00 chair that I won at the local auction house:
BEFORE
I liked how it already had the popular black and wood colors. A must with primitive decorating.

And I thought I could do just a little bit to it to make it a wantable chair.

So I got out my stencils and paint.  
I used oil based stencil paint, btw. After it dries it is very durable.


But those stars above weren't large enough so I had to find another.


I use these a lot!
 

After I stenciled this "OLDE CROW PRIMTIVES" and Star on, I let it sit and cure (dry) for 24 hours.

Then I applied an all purpose paint sealer, found in the craft section at Walmart.

It will help seal it all in a bit.

 I also took some medium grade sandpaper and scuffed up the legs a bit more.


And that was all to it.
Nothing special, but it is a little bit better than just one plain odd chair.



This primitive side chair is for sell in my Peddlers Mall 
$14.99
SOLD 
Thank you


6 comments:

  1. Hello, pretty chair makeover with the stencils..Thanks for sharing a great idea. Enjoy your day and have a happy week ahead!

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  2. Don't you just love the quick easy projects that fly out of your booth? I love it when you can spend just a few minutes and make such a huge improvement on an item. Awesome job!

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  3. Great primitive makeover! It helped the chair was already black and wood stained!

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  4. Peculiar article, just what I wanted to find.


    Have a look at my web site home made

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  5. I love the stenciling - the perfect touch! I'm not surprised that it sold so quickly!

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