A few months ago while scouting a local salvage yard (a la Sanford & Sons kind of salvage yard) I came across a trio of old, crackled cabinet doors. Crackled to perfection.
So, up first. The first door was upcycled to a frenchy sign. No sanding and I left the old hardware intact.
Painted, stenciled, distressed and sprayed with a clear spray. I bought the stencil from http://junkinjunky.blogspot.com/. (SOLD!)
Door No. 2. (I feel like I’m channeling “Let’s Make a Deal”) took a different route. I painted them both at the same time but I couldn’t decide what I wanted to do. A few days ago it struck me so I gathered some supplies.
Mason jars, adjustable metal clamps, L-brackets and tools.
Attach L-brackets and clamps.
Insert jars & fill with sea glass.
I love the crackled patina on these doors.
Tomorrow I’ll pick up a few flower stems and off to the shop it goes.