So you "voted" and I painted the bed!!!
Here are the pictures of this room NOW!
Notice her pink mirror...
And the daisies...
I had so much trouble with this headboard... had to apply shellac (read at Annie Sloan website) because the paint kept bleeding trough... I took the pillows off so you can see better.
I chose light gray bedding sheets and towels for my mom.
This is a fluffy bed!!!
It shows funny in the picture but it looks quite white in "reality". More details in the "footboard" than the headboard.
And of course, my mom also got a gift box with goodies!
The bed again...
And without the pillows!
Thank you so much to everyone that motivated me to paint it!
And here is the old post, if you want to check the "before" pictures!
Today I am partying at:
Hi Claudine, thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment.ReplyDelete
Love the headboard, I had the same problem with an old headboard I did in Old White, I didn't know about the shellac, so I ended up painting it with latex. I'll have a post about it once I'm done.
That pink mirror is awesome too!
You are so funny, in that post about "The Precious", LOL!
Yes, I was at LOSS when I was painting the bed the day BEFORE she was coming and the paint was not sticking!!
I read on Annie Sloan site or blog, about shellac. It was actually easy to apply. But I did it with a brush and the directions said to "tap". I guess I should have used a rag.
I love the mirror, too! It was a FIVE DOLLAR find on Craigslist!!
Thank you so much for coming over!!!
Claudine it turned out great! What a gorgeous bed... and the mirror is such a sweet touch! :)ReplyDelete
Thank you, Tess!!!Delete
I was a bit disappointed that the mattress and bedding kind of cover the headboard!!! But I love the room...
It will stay like that for a while, now!
Thank you so much for visiting!!!
thanks for stopping by my blog...ReplyDelete
way to go with painting the bed for your mom.....I'm sure she was THRILLED that you worked so hard to make her space beautiful for her.
Dear Tara! I have been your follower for a while, now!Delete
I try to visit everybody I follow, but there is not enough time!
Yes, my mom was thrilled when she saw the room, and LOVED er bed and her pink mirror!
Thank you so much for coming over and commenting!
Claudine, you did a beautiful job on the headboard and the room looks so lovely. I like how you placed the daisies on the wall. Everything put together so well, I'm sure your mother loves it!ReplyDelete
Hi, Sherry!!! Thank you!!!Delete
Yes, the paper flowers are so easy to make, I had them on my fireplace now moved them to this bedroom!
Thank you so much for coming over!
I think you did such a wonderful job! Those flowers are amazing. Did you already post a tutorial for them? I really like them!ReplyDelete
Thank you for coming over!!
Please read about the flowers here http://www.condensedlovehome.blogspot.ca/2012/02/fireplace-finished.html
That's when I first made them, right when I started my blog!
and after I posted a tutorial, here:
Both posts are in the "Crafts & More" part of my blog!
I am so glad you like the bedroom!
Hi Claudine. Love the bed. I haven't heard from you in so long. I hope you are doing well. I am trying to catch up with everyone now that I am a month after surgery and more mobile.ReplyDelete
Dear Laura!!! I am so glad you are feeling better!!!Delete
I am sorry I haven't been "visiting"!!!
I have been crazy here! My son graduated YESTERDAY, My mom came with a friend last Thursday, my husband left to Scotland last Tuesday... I am trying to read posts but I barely make it to the beginning of my blog roll and fall asleep on the couch! July will be easier! Wishing you a speedy recovery!
You are one talented woman! Your blog is so full of beauty, it is a pleasure to look at. Steve.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Steve! YOu are so kind... no wonder Connie loves you!! Steve, I had a bunch of people "pinning" you bike on my Pinterest! I a not really good at Pinterest, but I put your bike there, and people are "repinning" it!Delete
I love that cute pink mirror! What a fun idea in a bedroom. My daughters would love something like that.ReplyDelete
I love that mirror! I got it for FIVE dollars on Craigslist!!!
I know, HATE ME, LOL!!!
Everything is so expensive (even at Salv Army), she just wanted to get rid of it, I guess?? And is its plastic. It was golden. I painted old white, then Antoinette.
Thank you so much for coming over!!!
It was soooo nice to meet you at the OLDE FARMHOUSE Vintage Market on Saturday, I just love the three milkglass pieces that I bought. They are perfect! I have already baked a cake in the square milkglass pan. Look forward to seeing you at future markets!!
Dear Darlene!!! So nice of you to come to my blog!Delete
It was very nice to meet you, too!!!
I am so glad you are already enjoying your milk glass!!
They are adorable... I liked that they are small, so we can use them everyday at the table!
I am going to check your blog, too!!!
Well, that 's nicely coming together. Lovely details. Thank you for linking it up also at our linky party, http://www.finecraftguild.com/party . Tomorrow a new party opens up, so I am inviting you to come again with more great inspirational ideas/project tutorials.ReplyDelete
THANK YOU, Rose!!!Delete
I will be there showing off!!!
I love the painted bed. It look fabulous!ReplyDelete
Just found you back from a comment you made ages ago. I'm a follower!
Thank you so much, Katie!!!Delete
I am coming back to your blog, I was there and the computer just turned off last night??!!!
I saw your banana pie but could not leave a comment! I will go again! Thank you so much for following me!
Thanks for visiting my blog! Using dial up internet, I can't visit others like I want! I really love the detail on the painted bed! It turned out great! I'm a new follower!ReplyDelete
I am in the same situation! With the dial up internet, lol!
Thank you so much for following me!!!
when I am back home it will be easier to write new posts!!!
Have a good visit!