Monday, December 10, 2007

Housecoat/stocking hanger for my Son's room

I made these cute little hangers for my son's room. They are simple to make and very cute. My husband cut the wood panels out of pine for me and routered the edge with a decorative edge. He then sanded and brought it home. I sanded, sealed and then painted the panels. After adding 4 coats of ivory paint I added a satin finish. Next I used some of the old Christmas paper from last year's mini catalogue. It was adhered down with mod podge. Last a final coat of satin glaze was placed over. Images are from Magnolia and were stamped on Fabriano Artistico watercolor paper Hot Press. They were painted in with water brush and SU re-inkers. Next they were matted and attached with red liner tape. The final step was for my husband to attach the hardware. Drawer knob's for the front and the thing for letting you hang it. Thanks alot and have a great day.


5 comments:

Flossie's Follies said...

These are beautiful, your coloring is awesome.

All Pink girl said...

AArrrrr this is adorable ,beautiful idea love your work ,Dawnx

Beth Norman said...

Very nice hangers. Your colouring is awesome.

Kianel said...

hi there!!
absolutly stunning coloring!!!
gorgeous, best regards from France, Kianel.

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