Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Crafty ceiling fan.

 My daughter's ombre ceiling fan turned out so awesome (click here to see for yourself), that I wanted to spruce up the one above my sewing machine.  
I just used one coat of red craft paint, b/c I wanted the grain to show through.
 I know the pics are bad-even for me, but it's raining outside, so I don't have any good light.

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  1. The red craft paint gives the ceiling fan a nice pop.

    PS: I am your newest Linky Follower!

    Mrs. Delightful

  2. I am your newest Linky Follower and hope you will follow me back. I love your daughter's room colors. I have those in my house too!

  3. I am your newest linky follower and hope you will follow me back! http://dishinwithrebelle.com ! I love that ceiling fan!

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  5. i love that one too! do you have a post somewhere that tours your craft room?

  6. The Craft room is only about 90% done, but you can click: http://trophyw.blogspot.com/p/popular-decorating-posts.html to see all the projects.

  7. Is this your first time sprucing up your ceiling fan? It doesn’t look bad at all. The new color actually made the grain stand out! And it’s actually a nice color combination for a ceiling fan. Lastly, can you post some ‘before’ pictures so we can see the difference?

    @Staci Severns

    1. Sorry, I didn't take any. They were just your typical oak blades. I did my daughter's too:http://trophyw.blogspot.com/2012/02/ombre-ceiling-fan.html