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AUCTION TEA CART IN PARIS GRAY

Sunday, June 26, 2011




Hope you've missed me...I've sure missed you!
Been catching up on things around the house, in the yard, going to an auction or two, and playing with a bit of paint.



This tea cart was purchased at an auction.  It had seen better days and was in need of some lovin'...




so I chose Paris Gray...do you like?












Hope you've had a wonderful weekend, can't wait to catch up on what you've been up to!

Love your sweet comments!
Blessings,
Cindy

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34 comments:

  1. Looks great, Cindy and yes I have missed you.

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  2. What a great transformation! I have one similar that needs paint..you inspired me!
    Glad you are back!

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  3. The tea cart looks wonderful! Gotta love that chalk paint!

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  4. I LOVE it Cindy!!! I have the perfect spot in my new guest room for it! :-) You chose a great color!

    Thank you for stopping by my blog! I enjoy hearing from you!

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  5. Cindy, I do like it! A tea cart is on my list of things I"d like to find, and a Chalk Paint project is on that list too. Perhaps like you, I can check off two items together. Just need to find that tea cart! LOL
    Thanks for stopping by my Mad Party. ~ Sarah

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  6. Great to see you back Cindy! I told you at the time how much I liked your tea cart, and it's even better painted and distressed Can't wait to see how you'll use it n your home.

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  7. This is super! I love what you did here, there's talent girl! I love the tea table most of all -.- Lovely!

    Hugs,

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  8. So much better painted. Great job.

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  9. I love it, Cindy! I still have not tried the chalk paint yet. Your cart looks so cute!

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  10. Cindy I love it!
    That chalk paint looks so creamy!
    You did a beautiful job...I just love it!!
    Happy day!!

    Deborah xoxo

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  11. Love the tea cart and the transformatio you did. Looks wonderful. Last yr. Mr. P sold one at our show. I didn't really want it, but have regreted it so many times. Afterward I really saw its potential. Oh well, proud that you have this one. Beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. Fantastic transformation Cindy! Love it!
    I've been away too...it's hard to keep up with blogging now that I've gone back to work!

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  13. It is so much better. In winter grey is all I wear and I have decided to let my hair go grey. So I am all about grey!

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  14. You are sure good with that chalk paint...this turned out great. Glad you're back!

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  15. Tea Cart looks great! I found one just like it! Now you've totally inspired me! Visiting from NTT!

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  16. Hi Cindy,

    Your tea cart transformation is wonderful! Wow, it is amazing what fresh paint will do. I love it.

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  17. I think Paris Gray is my favorite AS paint. This tea cart looks loved, again, Cindy.

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  18. The gray color was the perfect choice! The cart is so precious now...no longer dated that's for sure. Nice job! :)

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  19. Hi Cindy- the tea cart looks wonderful- just the right amount of distressing! Isn't it amazing how a simple coat of paint does wonders for a piece of furniture? I have yet to start my paint project with the chalk paint. soon......
    ~ Sue

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  20. Welcome back. The tea cart is so romantic feeling.

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  21. Hello Cindy,
    You must be very busy, I haven't seen you around much at all. I hope you have lots of gorgeous things to show us when you are back more regular.
    Your teacart is fabulous in grey! I love it so much. I'm sure you do too!
    Hugs. Cindy

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  22. The "after" is much nicer than the "before." Nancy

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  23. Very well done Cindy! You certainly have a knack for making things look beautiful!

    Pam

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  24. What a darling little piece of furniture, and your transformation is just perfect!

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  25. What a fun project, looks beautiful

    Love to have you stop by and share your project on my Chalk Paint Linky Party

    www.ShadesofAmberInc.blogspot.com

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  26. Love the paris grey on your cart. I have 1 that's very similar and you've inspired me to give her a face lift with new paint. blessings, k

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  27. Great blog =]
    I am following you for obvious reasons ;] would love for you to check me out as well
    http://vanessaduranajunkjunkie.blogspot.com/
    tootles
    V.

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  28. I just discovered your lovely blog. I look forward to popping by again for some more inspiration! I'm just new into blogging this year & have put together a daily blog on design, fashion, food, travel and anything pretty.
    http://scrapbook-melissah.blogspot.com/ and one on everything coastal
    http://coastal-style.blogspot.com/
    I had a lot of fun putting them together maybe you would like to check it out if you have a spare minute.
    x
    Melissah

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  29. *knock, knock* Hey, Cindy!!! How are ya?????

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  30. Cindy,
    Just checking in with ya to see how you are doing. I’m having an Annie Sloan Chalk Paint Giveaway…hop over and enter…ends at midnight 8/7.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  31. Cindy, I just inherited an old tea cart and now I know what I am going to do with it. This is beautiful and an amazing transformation. I am a new follower.

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