Velvet Finishes + Blogger Project Round-Up (part 2)October 20, 2016 • By Kellie Smith
Velvet Finishes + Blogger Project Round -Up
There are a lot of great Velvet Finishes projects out there.
There are a lot of great bloggers out there.
Great Bloggers + Velvet Finishes = AMAZING PROJECTS!!
I thought I would corral just a few of these fabulous projects from fellow bloggers and share them with you guys.
It’s a BLOGGER + Velvet Finishes Round-Up!
Check out these awesome projects by my super talented and creative blogger friends!
(you can take a look at part 1 here)
What a sweet little coffee table by Jenna at Wife in Progress Blog This beauty is wearing Velvet Finishes Rococo and was lightly sanded to perfection!
Every little girl needs a bulletin board like this one from Cyndy at The Creativity Exchange! Cyndy brilliantly created this large magnetic board using sheets of galvanized tin and covered it with Velvet Finishes Glamorous. You can spot more Velvet Finishes throughout her daughter’s room – like that awesome Velvet Finishes Boheme painted shelving…see more here.
Have you ever painted upholstery? Kristy at Robb Restyle painted this fabric chair with Velvet Finishes Baroque and my goodness, isn’t it AH-MAY-ZING?! See her full tutorial here.
I am loving this Velvet Finishes Luxurious Vintage Drum Table makeover from Paula at Sweet Pea! Isn’t the lion head handle amazing?
Do you have any family heirlooms that need to be restored? If so, check out Velvet Finishes brand new product, STAIN RESTORE! Jenna from Rain on a Tin Roof is going to show you how to refinish wood furniture and cover stains without sanding or stripping….click here. (I also spy our red Velvet Finishes shade, Vivid in the background!) 🙂
Did you know you can even use Velvet Finishes on light fixtures?! Kristin at The Hunted Interior used Velvet Finishes Glamorous on this lantern. I. Am. Swooning. You?
Our pals at Canary Street Crafts used our Enhance Dark Glaze on this super chic farmhouse stool.
Here is what they had to say: “I used Velvet Finishes Enhance Dark Glaze. This is a fun product to work with because it’s similar to dark wax, but it’s easier to use (in my opinion) and has a stronger finish. It has a brownish-gray tone which I prefer to the traditional brown of dark wax, and the best part is you can poly over top of it. Perfect for pieces where you want a dark wax look but want to seal it with something stronger.” – Canary Street Crafts
Erin and Tricia from Suburban Bitches created these flawless watercolor pillows with Velvet Finishes! How lovely?!
Kristin also used Velvet Finishes Luxurious (the perfect black) on the bases of these old nesting tables. She used it directly over metallic gold spray paint with no sanding or priming!
Check out this adorably fun dress up closet that Jenna from Rain on a Tin Roof painted with Velvet Finishes Boheme!So perfect for any little girl!
Well, have mercy, are you feeling inspired?
These guys have knocked my socks off.
What would you like to transform with Velvet Finishes and what colour? Comment below!