Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Good Bones

    This little dresser had good bones.  Fairly sturdy, with its problems consisting mainly of chips, bumps and bruises
    I decided that staining the body and painting the drawers would look best.  I used the original hardware after being soaked in ketchup(yes, it works very well!).
    The top has been waxed and the drawers coated with poly.  The dimensions are 35/12 tall, 341/2 across the front, and 17 front to back.  It should be at the cabin tomorrow.


  1. Great makeover!! Thanks for visiting my blog. I wish I could have came to your store! I am hoping an Alaskan road trip is in the future with Mr. Deanie so it might happen!

    xo Dianne

  2. Thank you so much! I hope you do come back for a road trip!

  3. Love your ketchup tip; have been using it on my copper bottom pans for 40 years! Toothpaste, too. OR, I can just let the spaghetti sauce boil over--again! Great upcycle!