Transformed Treasures Tuesday’s no 4

Hi Everybody it’s time for  Transformed Treasures Tuesday’s no 4.  Welcome back if you have been here before.  If this is your first time here on Tuesday I take one of my thrifted treasures {I share those weekly on Thrift Share Thursday} and transform it.  Most times I paint them.  As I will paint anything not nailed down.  Ok well if walls count as nailed down, then I do paint that tooooooooo. lol

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Transformed Treasures Tuesday’s no 4

Today we have the transformation of a cute little bunny.  Cause it’s time to get ready for Easter.  Sorry if you came back to see the lantern.  That’s in above picture.  I had mentioned last week that it would be next.  And it is actually started but got bumped by the bunny.  Maybe by next week that lantern might be ready.  ;-).  Or those planters that have patiently waited for a transformation.  Decisions decisions.

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I picked up this bunny in January I showed you in Thrift share Thursday no 1

I used Annie Sloan pure white and Martha Stewart textured paint in black.  I love both of these as I have used them in many projects before.

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Took about 10 minutes to dry.  I love chalk paint for that.

I added a little ribbon with my favorite accent color Gold & Silver and this little bunny is ready to party.

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Yes folks it might be a black & white Easter. 😉

xoxo

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ps – see my Links party page for where I party & share my projects

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5 Responses

  1. Stopping by from Click and Chat link up party. I’m now following you at all your social media! Stop by and say hi to me sometimes @ stuckonacloud.com.. Looking forward to sharing with a new blog friend.. Have a wonderful week!
    Tiffany

  2. Love your Tuesdays and Thursdays Anj! You have me anxious to peek. Cute Bunny! He looks like he’s tip toeing and getting ready to fill baskets.

  3. Sue says:

    This bunny looks like he could be up to something mischievous. How did you make the scruffy tail?.

  4. Carolann says:

    Mr bunny is just adorable! I love those chalk paints!