French Grain Sack Table

I have been experimenting with different looks and techniques as I have been getting ready for the vintage market.

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I don’t like doing the same thing on every piece.

Each one is different and unique.

I just do what strikes my fancy.

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I decided to do a French grain sack table.

This technique is nothing new I have seen it before but never tried it myself.

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I  painted the table with  Annie Sloan French linen.

A stripe was added using TAPE  and  deco art paint in uniform blue.

No ruler was used to make sure the tape was straight  I  just eyeballed it

I did not want it to look perfect.

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I added a French graphic from the graphic fairy using the citra solv technique.

Before waxing it I sprayed a clear sealer to prevent the graphic from smearing off.

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Okay this is one of those pieces I hate to part with.

But I must this will be going to the vintage market.

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I have to give a shout out to Bre at Rooms for rent for sharing my feature from Blogger Homes !

Thank you so much!

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Comments

  1. says

    This is the first time you’ve tried a transfer technique? Well it definitely looks professional to me. You did a fantastic job on that sweet table! I hope you take lots of pictures of your treasures after you set up your display, because they won’t last long!!

    • Anne says

      Oh no Vickie just the first time making a grain sack table.Yes I have used the transfer method.Thank you so much!I am planning on taking lots of photos.But I won’t have a booth.All the venders goods will be mixed in.It will look like a big beautiful shop!
      xx
      Anne

  2. says

    What a cute table! I really like how that looks. It’s truly one of a kind. I bet someone will take that home with them after seeing it at the market.

  3. says

    I can see why it will be so hard to part with it, but someone will love it just as much as you do. Love the graphic and the stripe!!

  4. says

    Hi Anne
    This is another winner! My goodness your talent has no end I know you will do so good at the market. Everything so far is so pretty and unique. I wish I were going to this fabulous show. Sorry that junk bonanza is the same week end :(. Take lots of pictures to post.
    Kris

    • Anne says

      I know so true! The good thing about resale is that I can keep a piece and let go of another until I find something else I want and so on and so on LOL!

    • Anne says

      Thank you Liz! No I did not draw those lines free hand I used tape but did not use anything to see how straight I was.

  5. says

    Anne, your little table turned out beautiful! You did an awesome job with transferring the graphic using the Cita Solv technique. I have never had much luck with technique. Hugs, Gail

  6. says

    That is so sweet! I love the graphic you chose…. I even have a pillow on my couch with the same one. It would be so fun to go to your show… they never seem to have things like that around here.

  7. says

    I have been painting some of my colored pieces white, but I don’t want to keep doing plain white. I love your idea and I might just do a take off on it on an antique record cabinet. Thanks for the inspiration.

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