The woman also had this dresser which she let me have for $5. I really love the shape of these old pieces and that they are solid wood.
I gave them a good sand everywhere (especially since one of them had nail polish spilled on the top) then I primed and sprayed them. Unfortunately, I'm still working on the same gallon of cream paint since I haven't found any more cans of oops paint that I like.
I've been wanting to do a little mod podging for a while and thought this was the perfect project for it. I picked up this Amy Butler scrapbook paper pad at Michaels. It has some really pretty florals and prints, perfect for these dainty little nightstands.
After I finally decided on which paper to use (it was such a hard decision!) I applied it to the drawer fronts and drawer bottoms. I really love the look of the paper I don't know why I waited so long to use Mod Podge. It was much easier than expected! Thanks to Lenore at Lather.Write.Repeat for some tips and inspiration for these nightstands.
I also primed and spraypainted the knobs with Tremclad metal primer and Tremclad hammered finish spraypaint.
I kinda want to keep these for my little girls room but I think I will let them go. But they really are my favorite so far!
'cause I like to party: