Monday

A Seat for the Prince

**Angie at KnickofTime featured our old barber shop at her Vintage party.
 It doesn't get much more vintage than 1916!


GottaGettaProjectDone...(so I have something to link to parties!)
I got this little table stool last summer at a garage sale for $3.00.  I intended to use it outside for little ones when we have meals off the grill, but it ended up in the house.  So yesterday I painted it to match The Grands highchair that I did last month.

Victim
ASCP Old White 2 Coats

















The highchair (bottom of post) was my first painting experience with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint.  I like the paint. On the stool, it is hard to see but there is a smaller crown on the seat similar to the one on the highchair tray - both from The Graphics Fairy. I have not perfected a transfer method yet, so I just printed it off and pencil scribbled it on.  I used a regular old printer.  Notice my brand new drop cloth, no way I'm doing this in the cold messy garage.

 Distressed, then waxed with clear.


 The back says Prince & Princess, for all the future "Grands" that grace our table

Now I have a matching set of thrones for when The Grands dine with us.


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34 comments :

  1. How sweet! I love the matching set!

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  2. I saw your feature on Knick of Time, congrats!!

    Those grandbabies will be dining in style! One more and you can officially call it a collection. :@

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  3. What an awesome make-over Bliss! It's adorable and I love the transfer image. I need something like that for my youngest grandsons. Hope you have a wonderful day, Gail

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  4. Fantastic! Love this makeover Bliss. You are so darn clever. Thanks for sharing and linking up to the newbie party.

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  5. I love that little chair! Great job!
    Lorraine

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  6. You did a great job! Love the way it looks!

    Holly

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  7. So now the "Grands" will be able to dine in "Grand" style ...

    :)

    Linda

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  8. I love this so much! They will definitely be dining in style! Now I feel like my little prince needs one... hmm...

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  9. Both of those chairs are so sweet! Come on over and help me with one. Expecting my first grandchild in May. We can have some tea or do ya prefer wine? I always have both!

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  10. I finally found a place to buy ascp and drove over there (1 hour round trip) last Monday and they were CLOSED Mondays.
    I am going back soon to get me some, because I'm feeling left out. Also with my nose stuck up against the glass for a good 5 minutes they had some great stuff which I need to check out (and maybe rip off).
    I'd love to see your house when ALL your kids have produced offspring !!
    Are you looking for more highchairs ?

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  11. Hey Bliss - testing, testing... am I still no reply??

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  12. A perfect match w/out being matchy-match!! Your transfer method looks really good!

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  13. Bliss....it doesn't get any cuter than this. What a fun fun idea. Wish I had thought about it 34 grandchildren ago. I don't have any chairs like that any more. You did a great job on the painting! But I am MOST impressed with the drop cloth. It looks exactly like my $1 white plastic tablecloth the dollar store. LOL Way to go girl!!!

    Nann

    PS I had no idea Graphics Fairy had so much good stuff.I've got to check her out!! Love the crown on the seat and the prince and princess on the back. Just too darling!

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  14. That is the sweetest little booster chair. You have to put it out for all to see. Nice job...

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  15. How cute is this! My grandies certainly are little princes! Hope you are having a great week!...hugs...Debbie

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  16. Another great project and excellent pencil scribbling. Much better than I could do. You have lucky "grands."

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  17. The royal throne. Beautifully done!

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  18. I love both of these! Any baby would be blessed to have such a royal place to sit!

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  19. The stool and high chair are really charming...you did a great job with them!

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  20. That is precious--I adore it! Great job--the graphic looks great.

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  21. Hi Bliss,

    Wow! They are both the cutest chairs ever!

    Dee

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  22. Bliss,

    Those are so cute! I love the little crown :) Perfect job with the chalk paint!

    Have an awesome day!

    blessings,
    karianne

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  23. So cute! I bet the grandkids LOVE it! And feel oh so loved too!

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  24. That is ADORABLE! I love the crowns on the tray and the seat. What a fun and clever idea. I'm sure the grandkids love it!

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  25. This is too cute, Bliss.
    Still haven't painted mine- I'd better not have grands for a looooong time!

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  26. that's really cute! thanks for your sweet comment on my blog feature in romantic homes! i still can't find it anywhere yet!

    hugs,

    shelley

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  27. Both chairs are so adorable, clearly made over with lots of love by Grandma! I bet the grands truly feel like royalty in them!
    Best wishes and blessings,
    Amanda

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  28. These turned out so cute! I love the high chair. It looks like something you would find in an expensive boutique

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  29. Thanks so much for linking to our party! Your little prince and princess chair are adorable. Please come again.
    I'm following you, too.
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  30. Just featured your chair! Love it! {HUGS}

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  31. Love it!!!! Thanks for linking up to the party too ...
    Hugs,
    Bj

    Enjoy the warmer weather too :)

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