Breezy and blue is not ordinarily words you would associate with primitive.
However when offered the chance to use the leftover can of Krylon Cool Ocean Breeze on my oh-so primitive table, the spraying began.
(No, I do NOT receive any compensation for the brands I use.)
I found this primitive beauty when shopping with Olive Out in Statham, Georgia. (read post here)
I loved her curvy legs.
She sat in the corner of the living room while I pondered her fate.
Her wood was very dry.
Turquoise paint had been splashed over her.
WAIT JUST A MINUTE!!!
She had turquoise paint on her.
Where is that can of Cool Ocean Breeze?
Sanded and scrubbed and ready to ...
Throw her legs in the air like she ...
Well, you know.
Spray paint over raw, dry wood soaks in.
I used a very light spray since I wanted a time-worn finish.
Disregard my patio.
I promise it will be clean in a few weeks.
I liked her here, but ...
I loved her after polishing with Howard's Dark Oak wax.
Yep, just the look she deserves.
Graceful beauty with a lovely patina.
Miss Breezy Blue Primitive will be going on the junk caravan to the Magnolia Ridge Antiques & Art Gathering.
There will be a whole family of breezy blue primitives there.
Don't forget to mark your calendars for the annual Magnolia Ridge Antiques & Art Gathering!
|My Etsy shop is on vacation so I can clean up a bit and clear out items lingering too long.|
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