I love that my customers share pictures of their projects with me and that we get to feature them all on our different social platforms! And this one I felt deserved to be featured on my blog 🙂
First off, I feel it is very important for you to know that this was her first project with my Stamping Rollers and she rocked it!
Here is Dana Killi’s story about this nurses cabinet:
“I finished my first APS Stamping Roller project this weekend! Earlier this Summer, I spotted a really old, pretty run down nurses cabinet at a yard sale. Not sure why I stopped because I wasn’t looking for a project, but I felt like it needed saving and a new start. In addition to needing paint, it had broken/missing molding in several spots, missing knob (so opening the door was tricky) and several chunks and chips out of the wood. I repaired the molding and made a new decorative accent for the area around the door pull and started painting with the end goal of a driftwood look. I used Debi’s DIY Paint Weathered Wood & Vintage White and the Heirloom Pattern Stamping Roller. So fun and surprisingly very relaxing. I may have a new hobby!
Thanks for a great product, your beautiful talent and for sharing it in all of your wonderful videos!
Here are a few Before, during and After photos of the old (and new again) nurses cabinet!!!
One this last photo, Dana wanted to share a technique that she used to create this look on the shelves.
“After the shelves were painted (in the lighter color), I liked the contrast but decided I wanted to add a little “pretty” to them. So I used the Heirloom pattern roller on them as well but this time I wiped it back so the finished product had just a light hint of the roller pattern.”
We love Dana’s project and all her creativity she poured into this cabinet! She did a fabulous job with the Heirloom Stamping Roller and if you would like to see the complete collection of rollers, please check out our website. Also, make sure to check out our video collection for many application inspirational ideas.
Blessings to all and keep rollin’ 🙂