Feeling naughty? Naughty as in nautical, I mean. Naut-y? Knotty? As in the speeds of vessels relative to the fluids in which they travel? What are we even talking about here? I just have some nautical themed makeovers I want to show you, that’s all! Sheesh.
Here’s one now, from Jessica at Dear Emmeline who wanted to add a something special to this worn-out side table besides a fresh coat of paint and stain. Why not a little anchor stencil? So fun! I love the look of using stain with stencils, it’s kind of an unexpected touch. Don’t think you need some fancy vinyl cutting machine to make one either, Jessica just cut hers herself out of contact paper. Easy as pie.
And Jenny said bon voyage to the beaten up finish of this old chest (she finds them by the hundreds, I swear) and went with, you guessed it, an anchor-theme too!
That reminds me, the other day I saw this girl in a restaurant with an anchor tattoo on her shoulder that said “I refuse to sink.” A lovely sentiment. But then I got to thinking … wait, if you are wanting to NOT sink, why an anchor? Why not like … a life vest or something? A rowboat? Floaties? Obviously because those would not be nearly as attractive as an anchor, but hey, logic.
See more from Jenny at Ava Blake Creations.
And one last nautical makeover that you are sure to love, especially if you are six and under, in which case, I hope you have your parent’s permission to be online! But parents are sure to appreciate this one too, because who wouldn’t love a kid kitchen that doesn’t look like a KID KITCHEN!!! You know, with all the plastic parts and florescent colors and such. Super cool. From Serena at Thrift Diving.