Wednesday, May 7, 2014

A DAY OF MISCHIEF!!!



                                       
If you missed the post below, you will know that I am all alone today...getting into all kinds of mischief.....

I have been dying to do something with this ugly table above.....too lazy to refinish it...so this is what I have come up with.
I chose yellow to go with the walls in the living room....when you come into our house you can see the dining room through the living room and I think...well....I think I love it!!!

 Here it is reversible....one side gets dirty and you can just flip it....HA!!!!!!   just kidding (or am I???)


23 comments:

  1. Love the green side! Great solution.

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  2. I love it! Green and yellow are two of my favorite colors!

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  3. I love it!! It looks wonderful! :0)

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  4. What a great idea Barb! I love that you have made it reversible as well....great job! One of these is some fabulous batiks would be stunning! Will a tut be coming soon?

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  5. Aren't you clever , it looks great !

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  6. Very pretty, I like it both ways!

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  7. New and different always draws the eye! Have fun

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  8. Yes, I'm loving it! I've made table toppers for my round table too and I think they make the room come alive. I love to see what you come up with when you're getting into mischief.

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  9. I make all the wall hangings and placemats reversible... that way I get twice the color and style for 1/2 the space in the cabinet!

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  10. Excellent idea and I like the idea of being reversible

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  11. What a brilliant idea and what a great way to keep yourself out of mischief for the day.

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  12. Fabulous Barb. Beats refinishing that table. Now you need one for each season. Lol

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  13. It is fabulous! Perfect solution...and you could have one for each holiday and season....I'm thinking the boy just got off the 'refinishing' hook!!

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  14. Very pretty and versatile too! What a great way to cover an old table!

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  15. Great idea, Barb. It really finishes off the table top well.

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  16. Perfect solution. :) blessings, marlene

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  17. Great idea and no one is the wiser.

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  18. I hide the dining room table by piling laundry on it or my cutting board for quilting. No one ever eats there anyway. I like what you did with yours though.

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  19. Looks great! I love what you came up with. You've given me inspiration!

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  20. Oh how clever are you?!!! Excellent!

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  21. That's wonderful! Great job!

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  22. That table is crying out for a Lone star...or a Dahlia...or an oversize sunflower topper.

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