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Monday, May 11, 2015

Vintage Coaster Set Restyled



Remember I showed you this vintage coaster set I found recently?

Well, after a few coats of white chalk paint, here she is.

 

I distressed all the edges to bring out those gorgeous details on the box.

And replaced all the cork inserts with new ones.
 

 Then applied a coat of clear vanish to everything.

16 comments:

  1. Julie,
    These turned out so great. Love the chippy white to them. Hope your Mom's Day was a good one.
    Kris

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    1. Thanks Kris. I had a lovely day. The kids and hubby totally spoilt me. :) Julie

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  2. Love the change...everything is better with white paint.

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  3. How did you replace the cork? It looks like it's original.

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    1. I scrapped of the original gungy cork off with a knife and bought a new sheet. I cut circles to size and used wood glue to attach the new cork. Believe me, I would not have put my cup on the original cork. :) Julie

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  4. I can't believe how good those look now! Love the distressed white :o)

    Tania

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  5. So, so cute!!! What a difference a layer of paint makes! I found you via Wow us Wednesday. Have a lovely week ;)

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  6. the turned out perfectly! Hugs P.S. I hope you will stop by and share at the Thursday favorite Things blog hop ( you can link up tonight through Sat at midnight)

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  7. Julie, what a great transformation! I never even would have thought of doing something like this, you are so clever! This sweet coaster set looks so great now!
    Thanks so much for sharing with me for Something to Talk About!
    Karen

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  8. Now you can see all the pretty details, so much better with a fresh coat of paint. Thank you for sharing at Vintage Inspiration Party.

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