One Saturday while thrifting with one of my best friends -who I call Crabb, because that is her last name and for 20 years that is all i have ever called her… I actually forget she has a first name! Anyway, I came across an old beat up dresser that they wanted 45 bucks for. … Well, Crabb being the professional thrifter and retired Auctioneer… talked them down to $25 using her southern charm! I brought it home and painted her up!
I also painted the Beach sign on an old fence part… it will go in our Shabby Coast Cottage Shop when we open!
I love this little Vintage Florida Mermaid!
The Drawer Hardware turned out fabulous painted white!
This piece will be available at Shabby Coast Cottage when we open!
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