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Craft Shelf Makeover

By Vixenmade @vixenMade

Remember when I showed you some fun thrift store finds.. oh back in September?  And I told you I'd be giving this guy a little makeover.   Yeah, it took this long to finally do it.  Doesn't really help my 'craft room' that was getting drywalled in January is still getting drywalled.  Things just are not moving.  We just have WAY too many outdoor things we gotta get done (including a veggie garden, sandbox, chalkboard wall, shed and of course, more flowers).  So the craft room is on hold.  Oh well.
Craft Shelf Makeover
Well, I did finally accomplish what I hoped for with this guy though. He couldn't wait for the craft room.   Might I add.. I still HAVE a craft room.  It's just not the half finished/under construction room that I told you about.  In fact, this room is still unfinished... and cold.  So it's not as pretty as I'd like it.
Anyways.  Here's how I made this thing new again.
Primed.
Craft Shelf Makeover
Painted a lilac color. Already it's lovely, right!?
Craft Shelf Makeover
Craft Shelf Makeover
I got together my scrapbook paper and mod podge and went to work.
Craft Shelf Makeover
I measured my shelves and cut the paper accordingly.
Craft Shelf Makeover
Mod podged.
Craft Shelf Makeover
Then papered.  
Craft Shelf Makeover
Then sealed on a coat of mod podge.
Craft Shelf Makeover
Craft Shelf Makeover
Once it was dry, I sprayed a coat of clear finish over the whole thing.
Craft Shelf Makeover
And it's funky and fun and perfect for my craft room.
Craft Shelf Makeover
Just gotta figure out what's going in it.  Either way, it is made over!  What do you think!?
Craft Shelf Makeover
I'll add the pics of how it's being used once I know myself.
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