Welcome, beautiful friends! Today I’m sharing how I brightened up this cute glass cabinet I found at the thrift store for $10:
I wanted a bright white look for this piece, so I started with two coats of Dixie Belle’s Cotton chalk mineral paint:
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I taped off the glass with FrogTape since I was unable to remove it. I removed the tape as soon as I applied the second coat, while the paint was still wet.
Distress & Seal
Add fabric to the back
To add fabric to the back, I made a pattern with paper first:
I attached the fabric the same way I attach it to the insides of drawers or the front of drawer panels, using matte Mod Podge as a glue, applying it with a chip brush. I did not apply the Mod Podge over the top.
And that was that!
This fabric started out as a set of curtain panels I found at Homegoods a while back, my favorite source for pretty decor fabric!
I love that it has a pattern, but it’s still neutral.
This would be perfect for displaying the smallest of treasures!
What would you use it for?
Crossing off projects from lists never gets old!!
If you missed any of these makeovers in this photo, you can see them at the links below:
I’ll be back next week with my Trash-to-Treasure girls sharing a new purpose for this cabinet door:
UPDATE: See how I repurposed this cabinet door HERE now!
I’ll leave y’all with this sweet moment I caught on camera of my oldest, Jack and little miss Lyla:
She is doing well aside from some eye issues for which she is on antibiotics. She has a follow-up tomorrow, so hoping for good news. She is the sweetest ever!
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