Sew Many Ways is awesome! So much storage from big box shelf units. She makes it look custom by adding crown molding on top. So smart! And she has tons of great organizing/ storage solutions in her craft room- you should check them out. :)
fabric storage is no different. One day I am going to invest in these fabric holders. I think they make everything just look so clean and crisp.
I knew I wanted something similar. A piece of furniture to hold the fabric and some way to keep that fabric organized. Well, thanks to my Mother-in-law, I'm half-way there.
|Sorry about the pic, I remembered I needed a "before" shot half way through taking it apart. :)|
I used three different brands of spray paint in this project from the primer to two different shades of yellow. (didn't like the first one) And I am here to tell you- Krylon paint is the best! The sprayer is so much easier to use, the paint goes on much more smoothly and the color was fabulous. (and there is no compensation for me to say this!) I took my friend Mandi's advice and went with sun yellow. It really is the perfect yellow for me.
I did realize one other thing during this project- refinishing furniture is not my favorite thing! Shocking, I know. But true nonetheless. It doesn't mean I won't refinish furniture again, but I am much happier using my sewing machine or mod podge. I guess that's good for me to know. :)
Have a Happy Friday! I'll be back next week with TONS of great projects, so stay tuned.
And, just as a quick reminder- Next week is the Point of View Reveal and link party- so get your Shelf projects lined up! It's going to be a great party. :)
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