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Refurbished dresser turned into "entryway" dresser with a gold glitter top... First I used a basic electric hand sander from Amazon to smooth out the dresser, wipe down dresser of any dust or residue and spray paint to the color of your liking for the top I used Mod Podge glue and then cover with glitter you may have to repeat this step a few times. Once the Glitter has dried use a sealant to stop glitter from getting all over the place.

Refurbished dresser turned into "entryway" dresser with a gold glitter top... First I used a basic electric hand sander from Amazon to smooth out the dresser, wipe down dresser of any dust or residue and spray paint to the color of your liking for the top I used Mod Podge glue and then cover with glitter you may have to repeat this step a few times. Once the Glitter has dried use a sealant to stop glitter from getting all over the place.

I use cardstock covered in tape for a resist. I use a thin layer of cormo wool and angora goat curls for the fins.Rather like cobweb felt. I only put the fiber on one side of the fins. This creates a few openings in the body to get the resist out. I put the "fish" in a clear plastic bag and use an electric hand sander until the felt is sticking together and the resist is soggy. Then I pull the resist out and continue felting by hand. If the openings around the fins don't clo

I use cardstock covered in tape for a resist. I use a thin layer of cormo wool and angora goat curls for the fins. Rather like cobweb felt.

I re-purposed this XLarge thrift store picture frame to organize all of my scarves in my tiny house. I hope this is helpful to all of my hijabi sisters out there, if your anything like me you have more scarves than u can shake a stick at, MashAllal. What you need: Large or XLarge picture frame. Strips of garden lattice. Liquid nail. Staple gun and staples. Electric hand sander. Spray paint.

I re-purposed this XLarge thrift store picture frame to organize all of my scarves in my tiny house. I hope this is helpful to all of my hijabi sisters out there, if your anything like me you have more scarves than u can shake a stick at, MashAllal. What you need: Large or XLarge picture frame. Strips of garden lattice. Liquid nail. Staple gun and staples. Electric hand sander. Spray paint.

There are a few ways you can distress your painted furniture. Here are some of the different techniques you can use to distress click on the arrow below to read more:

Ways to Distress Painted Furniture

There are a few ways you can distress your painted furniture. Sanding Most of the time, you will want to use either a hand sander or an electric sander to distress your furniture. But there are a few things to know about this. When distressing, the type

I've always been a big fan of raw wood and these accent tables give your space a bit of rustic elegance. The key is finding the right log. 1. Make sure it's dry enough that the bark comes of fairly easily. 2. Let it soak up the sun after the bark has been removed. 3. Invest in an electric hand sander and go to town on the log. 4. Once sanded use wood sealer in clear to seal up all the exposed wood 5. Give it two or three coats of sealer depending on how much the log soaks it up

I've always been a big fan of raw wood and these accent tables give your space a bit of rustic elegance. The key is finding the right log. 1. Make sure it's dry enough that the bark comes of fairly easily. 2. Let it soak up the sun after the bark has been removed. 3. Invest in an electric hand sander and go to town on the log. 4. Once sanded use wood sealer in clear to seal up all the exposed wood 5. Give it two or three coats of sealer depending on how much the log soaks it up

I re-purposed this XLarge thrift store picture frame to organize all of my scarves in my tiny house. I hope this is helpful to all of my hijabi sisters out there, if your anything like me you have more scarves than u can shake a stick at, MashAllal. What you need: Large or XLarge picture frame. Strips of garden lattice. Liquid nail. Staple gun and staples. Electric hand sander. Spray paint.

I re-purposed this XLarge thrift store picture frame to organize all of my scarves in my tiny house. I hope this is helpful to all of my hijabi sisters out there, if your anything like me you have more scarves than u can shake a stick at, MashAllal. What you need: Large or XLarge picture frame. Strips of garden lattice. Liquid nail. Staple gun and staples. Electric hand sander. Spray paint.

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7.Sanding the wood with an electric hand sander and then gave it two coats of Semi-Gloss Sealer.

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This vintage 1940's electric hand sander has become the fire breathing Diablo of the workshop~ dan jones~ San Diego, Ca USA

This vintage electric hand sander has become the fire breathing Diablo of the workshop~ dan jones~ San Diego, Ca USA

Here are some of the main tips I can give about distressing furniture pieces in order to have them...  Read more »

How to Distress Painted Furniture

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Inspired by last week’s post &qout;Extremely Palatable Pallets&qout;, HomeJelly contributor, Bridget Johnson took on this DIY challenge and ended up making her own version of a posh pallet table inside her own garage. Armed with a hammer, electric hand sander, paint, and a can of wood wax (she uses Briwax),…

Home-made Repurposed Pallet Coffee Table

Inspired by last week’s post "Extremely Palatable Pallets", HomeJelly contributor, Bridget Johnson took on this DIY challenge and ended up making her own v

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