Just a quicky.....What I've been up to lately,
some before and afters
Vintage Fleetwood 3000 Suitcase
If your observant, you'll notice that the 'before' is not the same case. I forgot to take the before photo as I often do, but this is very similar to what it looked like, though mine was more of a deep rust colour. I usually include the jpg for graphics that I've used on my projects. But I'm afraid that the Paris Market graphic was purchased on Etsy and out of respect for the artist's work, I cannot in good conscience, include it here. If you'd like to buy it, here is the link. It's a digital download and sells for $1.07, that's practically free anyway. She has many wonderful graphics all at very affordable prices.
I used rub n' buff on this mirror and it is hand's down, my favorite new product!! If you haven't tried it, it's an artisan must!! It's the most fantastic metallic wax, comes in wide variety of colours and trust me when I say, it's the absolute easiest way to transform a tired old piece!!! Just rub it on with a 'gloved' finger, buff with a soft cloth (I use paper towels) and Ta-dahhhhh!!!
However, I have found it works better on textured surfaces rather that flat ones.
Also, If you are in Canada like myself, you'll probably have to order it online.
I ordered mine from Wallacks.
Updated End Table
The graphic is from the Graphics Fairy and I highly recommend her fantastic site if you're ever looking for free (and copy write free of course) vintage graphics. But for your convenience, I've attached it below, including the mirror image for doing transfers.
As much as I love these pieces, especially that awesome vintage suitcase, they are all at the
Where on Earth Did you Get that Antique Market in Airdrie
Hopefully they will find new homes soon.