I love chairs!
But sometimes I meet an ugly chair and I just have to have an intervention. That was the case with this chair. And it was the perfect case for an ugly chair makeover because it was residing in the cube of Brandi, our Design Studio Coordinator. She was desperate to have something done, and I knew just what to do.
Case in point, right? Who doesn't love a mauve chair, leftover from the 80's or 90's and would give you some dusty buns if you sat in it. Well.... here we go. This is how you make-over an ugly chair.
Here's what you'll need: Tulip For Your Home stencils. I used the frame stencil and monogram stencil. Tulip roller, Tulip Soft Paint (Pink for Brandi), Tulip Stencil Adhesive Spray and Masking Tape, and burlap to cover the chair. I also grabbed my Quick Dry Fabric Fusion to glue the burlap to the chair. I'll be blogging about that on my blog soon. So be sure to check it out.
First step: Spray with stencil adhesive
Second step: Press to fabric
Third step: Roll on paint
Fourth step: Peel stencil
Repeat: Monogram stencil (I added Tulip Masking Tape)
Roll on paint
Peel away stencil
Glue to chair
Brandi loves it!
Thanks for checking it out, and happy crafting!