Thrifty Metamorphosis

Remember this old wooden tiered 'thing' I found in my father-in-law's attic?

(The one carved by grandpa so-and-so)

Well, I pulled out the black spray paint..........................

Cool, huh?

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for Metamorphosis Monday

and Southern Hospitality for more Thrifty Treasures!


Big improvement! Looks great!

~ Pam
Gwen said…
Loving the black.
stefanie said…
wow, what a difference, i love it
Leanne said…
I luuuve black spray paint. It makes everything look better. Good job!
Michelle said…
WOW..what a different in the stacked wood dish! Painted black it sure looks like it would be perfect in my Craftsman home!!
Anonymous said…
I love how this turned out.
Be a sweetie,
shelia ;)
Wendy said…
I love it! Great job.
It looks fabulous. I love it. What a great idea to use it to hold a selection of fruit. Hugs, Marty
Looks lovely in black.

I hope you will come over and check out this weeks Knock off and I bet you have some things you could post to the KNOCK OFF KNOCK OUT Party.
Its So Very Cheri
Unknown said…
It looks wonderful! What a great piece it will be to use during the season changes.

Diann said…
Love it in black....but I loved it natural,too!
Terry said…
Next week oranges? I really like the runner on your table. It pulls colors from your paintings. Better than just a centerpiece by itself.
Elizabeth said…
I just came across your blog and spent my afternoon at work reading all the entries. LOVE IT! I love all the pictures and your art work. I also love to drive around and look at historic homes, so now I can see some in other parts of the country.
I love how you transformed that stand with black paint!

Thanks for your comment on my church photo... I just discovered your blog today and love it! If I were to ask you to paint that church scene for me, what would you suggest? (size, medium, etc)
Looks totally awesome - as my 4 year old would say.
Britt said…
This looks great now! It's amazing how black can make something look much sleeker and more expensive. Great job! Thanks for stopping by A Penny Saved and leaving a comment!