Make-Up Collage Table

November 28th, 2008 in member junk     
JunkMama1 JunkMama1, member
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Make-up Collage Table
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Make-up Collage Table

Make-up Collage Table


A Beauty/Make Up Table Top Collage. 

I made this side table for my daughter Vanessa, who is a Make Up Consultant.  It was based on my love of magazine ads, their color and creativeness!  I cut out my favorite make up Ads from Elle and In Style Magazines.  I then soaked the ads in water to prepare them for the first step in the process.  I had an old vintage table that I previously painted white and de-stressed (shabby chic style).  I sanded the top and clean off the residue, then I arranged the make up Ads/pictures on the table and took a quick picture with my digital camera.  I used basic Elmers glue and also bought a spray can of Polyurethane.  Once the pictures were wet, I mixed a solution of 1 part water to two parts glue. I used a small paint brush and spreaded the mixture the back of the pictures and laid them in place (based on the earlier picture that I took).  I then went over the pictures wtih the remaining mixture and let them dry over night.  The next day, I sprayed the table with Polyurethane and two hours later sprayed it again.  Once, again, I let the table dry overnight and afterwards it was a one of a kind beautiful side table ready to be used and appreciated!

Leave me a post and let me know what you think,

Claudia


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Claudia - Urban Iron Art & Newtiques
posted in: member junk, furniture, shabby chic, beauty

Comments (5)

JunkMama1 writes: Thanks for all of the notes of praise regarding the vintage/beauty collage table! They made me blush and inspire me to keep being creative! Posted: 5:31 pm on November 30th
rosesandrust writes: Awesome !!! I love all your stuff,Junkmama1 you got it goin' on!!! Thanks for sharing -Rose Posted: 11:00 am on November 29th
suewhitney writes: Nice work Junkmama1! Your daughter Vanessa is one lucky girl! Thanks for sharing.

Be well,
Sue Posted: 10:25 am on November 29th
MimiToria writes: Very thrifty and a fun idea for your daughter. I'm sure she'll love it. Thanks for sharing your detailed techniques with us on how you did this.
Gretchen Posted: 9:31 am on November 29th
junktiqueboutique writes: I love the table. You did a great job. I bet your daughter is going to enjoy using this and everyone will want one. Posted: 10:11 pm on November 28th
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