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Friday, November 26, 2010

bar stools

I picked these cane bar stools up a few weeks ago for $2 each

and here they are now

I put a question mark on one.

and an & sign on the other using the same freezer paper technique that I used on my directors chairs

I spray painted them white and then distressed them with some sandpaper


All ready for use on my veranda

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24 comments:

  1. Love the large graphic on the stools! Super darling! Thanks for linking up to Thrilling Thursday @ Paisley Passions :)

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  2. Do you know what? I love seeing projects like this! $2.00 each? Amazing, and they look wonderful, like something from Pottery Barn. They go with any style really, you did a fantastic job. Sopping over from Gina's hugs, tami

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  3. Thanks Tami, and we don't even have Pottery Barn in Australia- so even better as I couldn't buy something from there even if I wanted to!

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  4. THIS IS AWESOME!!! I love it! I WANT!

    I would LOVE for you to link this up at my Talent Tuesday Linky Party!

    http://vintagewannabee.blogspot.com

    mucho love.
    Nichelle

    P.S. I'm your newest follower.

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  5. Thanks for stopping by.
    Wonderful job, your stools looks great, bravo:))
    Have a nice weekend, hugs Biljana

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  6. These are adorable. I've never seen the freezer paper technique. Awesome! Great tute!

    ~Michelle

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  7. They look perfect now! And $2 each - what a score!

    Jeanine

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  8. So cute! I love the & and ? that you used. And freezer paper is the bomb:D

    I would be honored to have you add it to my blog party

    Amaze Me Monday Blog Party

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  9. Those look great and are fun too. Hope you'll drop by and see our Christmas mantels. We're early this year. Jane

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  10. $2????? That is amazing! I am always scouring antique stores and garage sales for good deals, and I am so jealous of those chairs!

    www.uvinyl.com
    www.uvinyl.blogspot.com

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  11. What a transformation! I can't get over how you got those stools for $2, and the finished result is so great. If Pottery Barn sold those they'd cost $100 a piece. :)

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  12. You're the best!

    Thank you for linking up to the first ever "Amaze Me Monday" blog party.

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  13. Fantastic idea, love the results.

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  14. Those are so cute. It really updated them from a "retiree" look.

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  15. I love how these look, very cool...perfect for my two sons...

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  16. Totally cute! They go with the chairs you did a while back. Love them! Lisa~

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  17. Wow - these stools are looks so great - what a transformation !!!!!
    best regards from cold germany
    Jacqueline

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  18. Wow-only $2.00-great transformation!

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  19. LOVE THIS SO MUCH! I want to put big numbers on my stools.

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  20. Love the stool transformation!
    Theresa
    aka:TOT

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  21. Hello! I have featured your fun project on Thrilling Thursday @ Paisley Passions this week :) Come on by and grab an "I Thrilled" button off my side-bar if you like. Thanks for linking up. Hope you stop by again this week!!!

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