Welcome back, dear friends! I’m back today sharing 10 fabulous mini makeovers using one of my favorite transfers! It’s the Classic Vintage Labels transfer, and I now have it in my shop yay!! If you missed the big news last week, I am now a Resdesign with Prima Retailer! I already have a ton of transfers listed in my shop. And, I have even more designs on the way!
I thought this would be a fun post to share since I was playing instead of working this weekend lol. I was in Tampa at the Dixie Belle Elite Retailer Summit! I loved connecting with so many amazing people!
Dixie Belle surprised us by unveiling a brand new clay-based paint line called Terra Clay Paint. It comes in 18 gorgeous colors:
Photo courtesy of my friend, Micaiah of Restore and Rework 🙂
This beautiful blue is Lani’s Lagoon and it is my favorite! (No surprise!) I love that Pistachio green too! The color card never does the colors justice. We got to play with them and it is quite different from what I’m used to, but it is really cool!
Don’t worry, our beloved chalk mineral paint and Silk Mineral paint aren’t going anywhere. This is just another paint to play with, and it really has the more adventurous furniture artists in mind with this line. It should be ready for purchase some time next month!
10 Classic Vintage Labels Mini Makeovers
I pulled many of these mini redos from my smalls posts, but there are a couple of larger projects too.
All of them were embellished with a different mini transfer from the Classic Vintage Labels Transfer which includes everything you see here:
These are perfect for smaller projects! Visit any of these makeovers at the link just below the after photo.
The first mini makeover I’ve got for you today is this Longaberger basket redo that I shared last fall:
It belonged to my mom and she wanted me to give it a fresh new look to match her decor.
I painted it with Silk in Endless Shore and added a mini transfer to the top:
It is so much more her style now!
Up next is one of these cabinet doors I repurposed:
The little bee knob transfers can be found HERE. They’re so cute!
At number three is this woven bag I picked up at a yard sale for one whole dollar:
I painted it in Cotton and added a little sign with a mini transfer. How cute is it now?
It sold the day I added it to my shop!
A mini transfer added a little peek-a-boo surprise to this next one. It started out like this:
This box was painted in Savannah Mist and embellished with Redesign moulds on the top:
The inside got the stripe treatment and a mini transfer made for a pretty surprise addition when you open it…
The next makeover on our list today is this mirror I picked up from a local friend who didn’t have a use for it:
The mini transfer at the top was the icing on the cake!
I just loved the curves on this one!
At number six is this 99¢ thrift store spice rack. I always grab them when I see them for cheap!
I gave this a super simple makeover using Mint Julep and a mini transfer!
So much more updated, right? I did cut this one down to fit.
Next up is this dated little $5 cane chair I picked up at the thrift store:
The price was too good to pass up.
It got painted in Cotton, sanded, and embellished with a couple of mini transfers.
One on the back:
And one on the front…
This next piece is from a post where I shared four thrifty basket makeovers. I used transfers on two of them.
First, is this ho hum basket that wasn’t all that memorable, but it was solid:
Painting it white and adding a cute little sign gave it personality!
I tend to paint a lot of my smalls white as that helps them to sell quickly!
The second one I shared in this post started out like this:
I loved the shape of this one.
I dry brushed this basket and gave it a sign also:
I mixed and matched two different ones for this one…
This next piece started out as a photo frame box, but it was missing the glass and backing on the top when I found it:
I loved all the fun detailed edges and such on it though, so for $3, I grabbed it!
I painted this one in Savannah Mist and filled that hole in with a transfer-embellished piece that I cut to fit:
Super cute! Here’s the top…
I added one to the inside also:
Finally, this trinket box that I shared as part of another smalls post was a $5 thrift store find:
I’ve come across a few of these over the years…maybe a Bombay piece?
Clean white for the outside did wonders…
But this pretty custom Dixie Belle Blue mix and a mini transfer added such a sweet surprise to the inside!
Every one of these makeovers used a different mini transfer from this set!
They are just so fun to use, especially on those smaller pieces! I even cut some of them up to make them fit when needed.
This Classic Vintage Labels transfer is available in my shop now HERE!
I hope you enjoyed this round up today!
I’ll be back on Thursday with my Furniture Fixer Upper crew sharing this vintage beauty!
UPDATE! See how it looks HERE now!
Have an amazing week, friends!
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