Sunday, April 1, 2012

Restyled Sundays #31 and a Feed Sack Stool

Welcome Back To Restyled Sundays

I hope everyone had a great week. The weather has been beautiful in Kansas. Just enough rain to make the grass green and the flowers bloom, with lots of sunshine and warm temps. Perfect for those spray painting projects.  First of all today, I want to share a foot stool that I redid this week.
This is what I started with. A 3.99 footstool from Goodwill, with boring tapestry cover.
I unscrewed the lovely cushion, then  painted the legs Old White with ASCP. 
I was planning on using some drop cloth with a transfer for the cushion, until I remembered some
old feed sacks that I had bought at a flea market. I tried one over the foam, it was perfect.

Cute? Huh? I think it is adorable. I love the old cotton feed sacks.
I would love to hear how you have used them.
Maybe we should have a party of feed sack one of these days.

Ok, let's see what you all shared last week. My favorites are...

This cute window box was transformed with chicken wire by Shabby Gals
What a perfect wall hanging to organize notes and keys!

This adorable pink vanity was originally a boys desk. Check out
the transformation at Freddy and Petunia.

I absolutely adore this pallet magazine rack from

This Vintage Easter Mantel  by Cottage and Creek is a wonderful collection of
flea market items pulled together for a holiday display.

And Sheila, from Note Songs showed us her spring wreaths for her
front doors. If you can't find flowers you love, make your own!

Thanks to everyone for joining in, now let's see what you've got this week!

Sharing at these parties:


  1. Thanks so much for featuring my project!!!! What an honor!

  2. Thanks for the feature! It's fun to swing by & check out all your links. Love the previous post of furniture tranformation too!

  3. Thanks for featuring my mantel, Ann. It was fun to put together. Wishing you and yours a Happy Easter!
    Lynn at Cottage and Creek