I will quite possibly have a find or redesign to show you every day this coming week. Let me start with a garage sale table I've had buried in my garage for a while now.
If the finish looks familiar, that's because it is. I used my STONE FINISH. Let me show you what the table looked like before.
Very plain, but a cute shape. I made a multitude of roses out of air drying clay, and attached them in a circle around the top edge. I filled in the gaps with plaster and sanded it smooth. After multiple layers of WHITE GESSO, I finished it off.
A finial for added decoration.
See ya tomorrow.
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Amazingly beautiful Rosemary! That is one stunning transformation. I've been buying paper clay to make swags for a mirror redo, after seeing this I think I'm on the right path. Thanks again for the great inspiration. your talent is endless.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful transformation.... I love the roses, they added that extra special touch!!!ReplyDelete
Your an artist! That is very beautiful, who does not love roses!ReplyDelete
I wish I had the time to be as busy as you are, jealous! I have had soooo much Company.
Rosemary it is breathtaking and needs to be in my home! It would fit right in with my Home That Speaks French!!ReplyDelete
Come visit this post of mine you will see why your table speaks to me peacefully!
Thank you for sharing your inspiration and thank you for the facebook request!
you never disappoint! these are all soo lovely!ReplyDelete
I am awestruck yet again! Once I picked my jaw up off the floor I realized I do not know about your roses technique . . . is it on your blog? This is truly a stunning transformation!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! I only wish you were my neighbor. I would learn all your crafting tricks. :-)ReplyDelete
Sign up for the next giveaway. I have more burlap sacks.
I think the roses make that table. You are the master!ReplyDelete
That is so beautiful. What a difference, it isn't even the same table.ReplyDelete
That table looks so great!ReplyDelete
It is totally changed in looks.
what a transformation! you are very talented!ReplyDelete
Simply beautiful! Love the added embellishments.ReplyDelete
You did an incredible job on this table.ReplyDelete
It's hard to believe the transformation!
It's really gorgeous.
Okay, another gorgeous original creation! I especially love the finial smack dab in the middle of the thing! I'll be sharing a thrift store find tomorrow that has a similar beauty attached. Can't wait to see more from you this week!ReplyDelete
Wow! What a gorgeous transformation Rosemary.ReplyDelete
Pretty pretty! So glad I was able to get a minute to visit this week. Thanks for sharing all your creativity with my newbie party each week.ReplyDelete
Absolutely beautiful!!! I'm just learning to glaze so it's nice to see what others are doing. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
OMG!*!*! Major transformation!!! AmAziNg Rosemary...ReplyDelete
Wow! You are so talented!! Just beautiful!ReplyDelete
What an absolutely adorable DIY! Well done.ReplyDelete
I hope that you will stop by and enter my giveaway.
What a transformation! It was a cute table before, but your stone finish, roses, and the finial just make it look absolutely fabulous! Love it!ReplyDelete
Holy Flippin' Cow! Rosemary, that is absolutely gorgeous!!! Just realized I never Google followed you eventhough I subscribe to your blog. That has been remedied! Your work is wonderful. What a craftswoman you are!!! Got some of the Creator working in you!!ReplyDelete
You truly amaze me EVERY TIME!!! How do you do it??? It's so beautiful! I think I need to learn to make roses!!!!ReplyDelete
Just read your bio after leaving my last comment and guess what?
I am in Illinois too!
We need to talk.
I need to come and buy things from YOU.
the gesso makes all the difference- it looks gorgeous rosemary!ReplyDelete
This is just so pretty now. All your things turn out so gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Love how you made and added the roses!ReplyDelete
It looks fantastic.... really!
You are so clever!
Absolutely incredible! If I hadn't seen both photos I never would have believed it was the same table! Those roses are sheer brilliance--love them!ReplyDelete
Wow! Just wow!ReplyDelete
You turned a rather nice, but plain little table into a gorgeous piece! I love that you made the rose border. Would you think about doing a tutorial on that? Such a fabulous addition to your table. Love it!ReplyDelete
I'm so glad I saw this! A while ago I bought like a pound of the air drying clay for another project. Used it for making dog tags and thank you tags, etc. I wondered about using it to embellish wood frames. Love what you did with this and thank you thank you for inspiration! Your roses on this table make a wonderful table FABULOUS!ReplyDelete
Well, darlin'...this one just about blew me out of my computer chair.ReplyDelete
Gosh, woman...YOU GOT TALENT. Whew..love this...do u sell them or keep all your treasures? THIS table would bring a cool mill...well ok, maybe not a MILLION but is sure is pretty.
It's my first time on your blog and I am absolutely floored!! Your table is STUNNING! What a talent and inspiration you are!! Thanks so much for sharing.ReplyDelete
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Thank you for sharing your circle of roses table on Masterpiece Monday at Boogiebord Cottage, loved it! I've featured it this week on my top ten fav picks. Have great day, Mary :O)ReplyDelete
My jaw is still on the grand. I can't get over the roses and how they just blend right into the table. Someone said it best...you truly are an artist.ReplyDelete
Hi Rosemary, What a beautiful table and I love the roses. Did you use a mold to make the roses or were they hand carved? Gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Rosemary - this table is really beautiful - you are an artist! I am a new follower - I hope you will get a chance to drop on over to my blog sometime:ReplyDelete
Love your work...as always :)ReplyDelete
Wow, I am really impressed. This is a beautiful and amazing transformation. I love how you took it so far beyond the original piece!ReplyDelete
I already commented on your table- but came back to say, I saw an occasional table similar to the one you made (which looks adorable by the way); at One Kings Lane.
Now I can't find it to send you a link or comparable picture...NOR can I remember their price (which was probably OUTRAGEOUS)
You did a great job--making your roses and adding that finial.
Lovely and for LESS $$$ -- I bet!
Just started following you - nice blog. Please also check me out at http://vanessaduranajunkjunkie.blogspot.com/ReplyDelete
Wow, that's some transformation! You did a wonderful job...love it.ReplyDelete