Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Piano Applique




We picked up an old piano from the previous owners of our old house who got it for 100 dollars from a friend's grandmother.

 It's been around the block, literally. 

I love that it's old. It could use a good tuning, but I've been wanting to doll it up for some time now.  I thought about hiring someone to paint the front of it.
Then I got on YouTube and tried to learn how to paint, an idea that failed miserably.
 I contemplated modpodging fabric onto it, but was scared I would ruin it.
So , I moved the piano to the end of my project list... that is until my Sister, Lorna, came in town and inspired me to do this Piano Applique.

  Here's How:


Press fusible web (I used heat and bond lite) onto the wrong side of  a panel of fabric.
Cut out desired applique, peel off paper
Press with a hot iron directly onto piano/wall/furniture.


When you're tired of looking at it remove it with no damage to your furniture. 
(at least that's what I hear, I haven't tried removing it yet, because I simply love it.)


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13 comments:

Connie the crafterbug said...

Very lovely! Annie I am having a scrapbook software giveaway on my blog. If you get the chance you should come by and have a look if you want.
Connie

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Lorna said...

That looks awesome!

Jackie said...

Wow, that is so funny, we moved to a townhouse years ago that had a piano in it, and the landlord asked if we wanted to keep it, I said Yes, thinking I would take lessons and learn to play..No way, you have to practice all the time!! I could not do it! I am so sorry we did not keep it now that I have time to learn and practice!
Piano looks great with the flowers on it!

first aid cabinets said...

Same work I do in my school notebooks and some of the textbooks. I really enjoying to do it. But I bought it from market, you save my money and now onwards I will make it by myself.

Courtney said...

Great idea!! It definately spruces it up!!

Rolled Up Pretty said...

Um, okay HELLO! I freaking LOVE this idea! We re stained our piano and put a glossy coat (is that the right way to spell coat?)over it. I wonder if the fusible web would stick to it.... I think I shall try. LOVE your cute ideas!

Brave Brooke said...

This is a great idea! Thanks for the inspiration!

Katie said...

This is such a great idea. My husband is going to think I'm insane when he walks into a room and I am ironing the wall :o) The thought of that makes me smile. Thanks for the inspiration and I love your piano!

Marie said...

Love the idea! Thanks so much for linking with us at Show & Share!

Marie
mylilpinkpocket.blogspot.com

Jill said...

What a great idea! I never thought to use fusible webbing for furniture features! I love it!

Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
Hope you have a great week!
Jill @ Creating my way to Success
http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

Tammy @ Type A said...

you've been featured!!! http://typeadecorating.blogspot.com/2011/10/anything-goes-38-highlights-from-37.html

Tonia @ TheGunnySack.com said...

What a great idea! I've never thought of using fusible webbing on anything besides fabric! Thanks for linking up this week at my What's In The Gunny Sack? link party!