Thursday, May 10, 2012

A Neat Redo on a Terra Cotta Wine Cooler

Yes I do mean a neat redo! I went to Hobby Lobby a while back and they were trying to get sell a bunch of Terra Cotta Wine Coolers that they had been using to hold there florals. They had changed out the whole department and were selling the coolers for $1 a piece. Score!! I bought four because I thought once they were fixed up in some way that they would make a cool gift. Here’s the beginning:
sakura hobby craft 5-10-12 039 The coolers were a little scratched up and needed something on the outside. So………. I painted the top of the cooler with paints and then got busy mixing up some Sakura Crystal Lacquer with Bronze Pearl Effects Terri Sproul Mixers hobby craft 5-10-12 041 Wow, isn’t this just yummy looking? Well you know me, I couldn’t just leave things like that so I mixed up some Sakura Crystal Lacquer with Violet Pearl TS Mixers and also mixed up my own version of Green Pearl by using Citrine Pearl and Tanzanite Blue Pearl Terri Sproul Mixers Then I added some grapes and leaves to the sides of the Wine Cooler and look at this:
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Oh my goodness doesn’t that just look super? I love how this project turned out and I think this wine cooler will make a fantastic gift for someone don’t you? I know I’m impressed with the way the Sakura 3D Crystal Lacquer and the Terri Sproul mixers work so well together.


Anonymous said...

Oh,these are excellent! You got such a great deal on those! I hadn't seen this go on sale at my HLobby,and I'm in every week. love what you did with them!!
Lee in Texas

Nancy McCarroll - Arts, Crafts and Favorites said...

Yea! Good for you. The coolers are super and will make great gifts.

glor said...

Oh my goodness, what a transformation. These are just fabulous! What a job you did. I think you should have bought a few (several) more. Have a wonderful day.

Katie said...

What a fabulous redo!

Jean M said...

very cool, I think I have one of those in the garage somewhere - OH NO

The Happy Housewife said...

I found them at my Hobby Lobby for $0.50! I bought 8 and am going to paint them for Christmas gifts. This makes me happy that someone else did it too!