A Vintage Wooden Child's Chair Receives A Paint & Stencil Makeover

July 01, 2021


Photo of a wooden vintage child's chair
I shared this child's chair in my recent thrift shop & garage sale finds post HERE.

Today, I gave it a makeover!

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Photo of a wooden child's chair being painted turquouse.
After washing it with Dawn Dish Soap water and a rag, I brushed on a couple coats of Dixie Belle Chalk Finish Paint in The Gulf.

I used my Zibra Round Brush to paint the chair.  It works great on spindles and legs.

Photo of a child's chair being painted turquoise
The Gulf is a soft turquoise that is great for the coast, beach or Boho style decor.

Photo of a child's chair being stenciled with a daisy stencil.
I pulled out my Folk Art Lazy Daisy stencil and swirled it on with Fusion Mineral Paint in Raw Silk.

This is a fun stencil!  I put it on garden shovel head art HERE.

Photo of a wooden child's chair painted turquoise & stenciled with daisies
I won't be leaving this little chair outside in the elements, so I sealed the paint and stencils with Dixie Belle Easy Peasy Spray Wax.  Easy spray on, and wipe off after 15 seconds!

Photo of a wooden child's chair painted turquoise & stenciled with daisies

Photo of a wooden child's chair painted turquoise & stenciled with daisies
It sure would be cute in the garden though!

These 16 chairs received makeovers HERE.

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Thanks for reading my blog, Carlene

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  1. This is so cute! I love the color. I got an antique wood chair at a thrift sales a few years ago for only $1! You've given me inspiration to fix it up.


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