Saturday, April 2, 2011

Union Jack Sofa Table




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21 comments:

Sophia said...

If you make me one of these I will give you my first born. This is your best project yet, I need it!!!

Inspired by you said...

Super cute! I'm going to be starting my union jack dresser in about a week.

Jenny @ Embellishing Life said...

This look great! I love this :)

Kristi said...

I LOVE this!! Fabulous re-do into an wonderful treasure. Off to hunt for a sofa table....

I came to you from Whassup Wednesday!

http://ishouldbemoppingthefloor.blogspot.com

Tammy @ Type A said...

love this! i want one. lol thanks for sharing this at my party!

Lorna said...

Annie- Can I kick your a@# right now? Are you freaking kidding me? That is the cutest thing I have ever seen. It may even rival Juju jk. I feel less and less talented every time I see another one of your flippin projects! I thought I was the furniture painter in the family. Apparently not, you have to take that too you brat! Seriously if you weren't my sister I would hate you! You are so talented, not to mention, gorgeous, creative, and an awesome mom!!!!!

Courtney ~ French Country Cottage said...

I have to tell you I absolutely love this table!! What a fantastic, creative, lovely piece!! Well done- thanks for coming by and sharing this at Feathered Nest Friday this week- sharing this on FB! Hope you'll come back by and share again soon!

Tiff said...

Oh WOW!!!! I LOVE this table... and I really want to make one too! THANKS for sharing the process! X

Groovy Green Designs said...

Now that is a bloody cool table. Well done!

Denise at PinkPostcard. said...

this is so cute!! love anything with the Union Jack on it. :) you did a great job and I also like the lighter tones you used. Thanks for joining in at Transformations and Treasures!

Cori said...

I am really loving this table. Although I love the Union Jack flag motif, I find most of the pieces are just a bit "too much" for me.

Your table has the design feature, but it is much more subtle and really works for me.

Great tutorial and I just may have to give this a try.

so glad I stopped by today.

Cori
Starview Sonnet

jerriann said...

WOW!!! Love. A lot!!! I love the way you sanded it back down and created the soft edge and the aged look. I must add this to my idea file. You really did a great job.

Shannon@vintagerestyled said...

Love this! Just awesome. I have been toying with taking this on, but only saw dressers done. You have given me some creative ideas!
I'm your newest follower!

Krafty Kat said...

You did an awesome job! Thanks for linking up!

Its Sew For You said...

WOW! So creative, looks great!!!

Thanks for sharing, I hope you stop by the party again!
http://itssewforyou.blogspot.com/

Jason and Danielle said...

This is seriously THE coolest table. I would have never thought to do it this way, but now I may have to make a similar thing:> I love it!

Nicolette @ Momnivore's Dilemma said...

Fun table! You have some mad skills...

Thanks for linking to Creative Juice! Hope to see you back this week

gail@myrepurposedlife.net said...

great job! Your table looks awesome.

thanks for linking up to catch as catch can

gail

Lisa said...

Annie! You are amazing and I LOVE to read your blog! Miss you!

Tonia said...

OH my!! Looks amazing.

Chic Modern Vintage

Crafting Rebellion said...

Love this! Just found your site, very cool.
www.craftingrebelion.com