Knick Knack Paddy Wack (wait, what?)

Here we have what's called a whatnot shelf, otherwise known as a place to horde knick-knacks that have no purpose except to make you feel good when you look at them (I keep explaining this to the Mister, but he just doesn't get it....until I remind him that there are other *ahem* things that HE likes to look at that make him feel good that don't really have a purpose unless you've just had a newborn who's hungry. Anyway.....

Paid too much for this, but had to have it. All wood, and has pretty curves.

My BFF with attachment.  Get one of these things, k?

Used some 80 grit sandy on her edges and voila:

She'll be just dandy in my dining room, which you will have to wait to see her in until I'm finished in there.

I think she'll do.

Donna of Funky Junk Interiors fame is hosting a Saturday Nite Special so get your hiney over there and get inspired.

Funky Junk's Saturday Nite Special

Donna, this is for you.....I know how much you love her.


Shanty 2 Chic said...

So cute Cindy!! Way to go girl!!

Flat Creek Farm said...

Love it!! She's a Beaut! -Tammy

Marty@A Stroll Thru Life said...

Oh what a great shelf. I can't wait to see if all filled with pretties. It looks super painted white. Hugs, Marty

www.thewhitefarmhouse2.blogspot.com said...

Very cute shelf! Get busy on that room so we can see the finished results!

Marigene said...

She's a beauty...can't wait to see how you adorn her!

Funky Junk Interiors said...

SNORT!!! Heebee jeebees while I glance at your lovely shelf. Great combo I say! haha BTW, those lines on that shelf really rock. I love the distressed touches you add to your makeovers. They totally work.

Thanks for linking up to the party!

P.S. BOO back atcha! (for those not in the know, the bird cage lady freaks me out)

scared and shakin' Funky Junk Donna

Anonymous said...

I love your blog and this makeover! AWESOME!

Tracy said...

I am cracking up at the first paragraph about your husband! Too funny! I am also mad about the attachment that I needed when I painted my rocking chair the other week, remember? I had a blister that is just now healing! I must get one before my next chair project that I have been putting off! Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

Unknown said...

WOW shes soo PRETTY!!!
Swoon! Great job Cindy x
Have given you an award hunny as a blog I enjoy reading..Feel free to come and collect it x
Annie x

Unknown said...

Laughing at your explanation to your hubby ;) You really restored the beauty to all her lovely curves. Looking forward to seeing her all dressed up. Thanks for the tip about the nozzle attachment. I'll be looking for one of those now for sure.

Moore Minutes said...

Good work!! Love your paint choice.

Proper Prim said...

Oh I love that shelf... great job finishing it... can't wait to see where you are going to put it.

Roeshel said...

So pretty! I love the transformation and that's a great shelf!


Jen Kershner said...

I think it looks fantastic! I just bought one of the sprayer nozzle things. Does it work well? I'm kind of a disaster at spray painting so I'm hoping it improves my technique.

So, it's Zionsville that we are planning our move to. So cool that you have such local roots. We've enjoyed Fishers but can't wait to escape it. Does that make sense?


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