It’s Friday and I have a finish so I’m joining in Amy’s fun. As promised here is the chair for my daughter’s room. I am so happy with how it turned out. It is going to look so cute in front of her vanity. I can just see her sitting there looking into her mirror. Does she see how beautiful she is? See her dreaming. Does she know how great she is? Forgive me a little sentimentality. Here is the before picture. Oh what a difference.
Alex in all his manly wisdom, when asked how he liked the chair said “Well it looks padded now. It’s not going to hurt your butt when you sit on it.” Men are so practical. So glad for DD who will be thrilled with how cute it is.
This is so beautiful! I would love to cover my dining room chairs, but they must be superglued to the frame, because I can't take the cushions off!
It looks so "girlie" too. I love it and what a difference it has made in that chair.
Sometimes friend, you make things look so easy! Very happy with how the adorable chair came out. You're really talented.
Your daughter's chair turned out so pretty. Great job. Thanks for sharing.
That is amazing! You have inspired me – I want to find an ugly old chair now! I love to re-purpose things and this is a fantastic idea. I bet your daughter will just love it!
You did a great job. It's like a new chair.
Men! What a thing to say! My daughter has a chair that needs covering in front of he vanity, too. Your looks so nice, it's an inspiration to me to get to work on it!
It looks great Em! You did a wonderful job of it! Your daughter will be thrilled!!! 😎
What a great transformation. So pretty now and I'm sure your lucky daughter will love it.
Great job! Doesn't it feel good to recycle/re-purpose something and have it looking so beautiful?
Your special somebody is going to love that chair! I am amazed at the things that I am learning from all of you…
As good as new Em..looks great, well done!
Darling! Is that Girl Friday Cosmo Cricket fabric? Looks like the scrap book paper that I have!
We refinsh and remake funiture for a living. You did a wonderful job on it. It's not a chair now..It's a Prince throne!
Alex, haha! Sounds like something my husband would say. They do tend to be practical.
That chair is just so great! Your daughter is definitely going to love it and cherish it…
I love it! You did such a beautiful job. Your daughter is sure to give you big hugs for that one!
p.s. is it too late to spray paint the frame pretty pink or white? that would just put the icing on the cake. =)
I love the chair and your daughter is going to be thrilled. blessings, marlene
gorgeous finish!!! the chair looks adorable.
It looks great! Who would think such an adorable chair could come out of that old tattered thing? Well done!
That chair is adorable! I love recovering chairs! It's so easy and makes such a huge difference.
I also wanted to wish you good luck on the PhD challenge! I just joined!