Head on Over

September 9th, 2009 in member junk     
RustyDiva RustyDiva, member
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The address has been disguised to protect the innocent.....dun da dunt dunt (Dragnet)
Love the scrolling detail on the headboard.
You can see the crackle finish ~ green and pink!
The address has been disguised to protect the innocent.....dun da dunt dunt (Dragnet)

The address has been disguised to protect the innocent.....dun da dunt dunt (Dragnet)


Can you tell I had a little time off over Labor Day?  I live in the country and addresses are sometimes hard to see or not in sequential order so I wanted something that would be noticed.  I saw a Garden headboard on Geo's site and it gave me the idea for one to mark my house.  I was on the hunt.  Found this one at a yard sale, went from solid white to green (leftover from a bathroom) with pink crackled on top, stenciled the address, rubbed the frilly design and 3 coats of poly later, attached it to my liitle fence.  Now no one will pass me by!

Oh BTW ~ the fence was built from the same swing set wood I used for my wishing well (previous post) 


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - RustyDiva (with inspiration from Georgia)
posted in: member junk, wood, cottage, furniture, country, garden, whimsical, fun, outdoor spaces, frame, porch, entry, green, letters, pink, paint

Comments (10)

RustyDiva writes: Thanks everyone ~ you don't know how many times I drive round and round by my house just to look at the headboard ~ ha.

lakelover69 ~ I used a crackle medium that has lasted me through many many pieces of furniture. I've never heard about using the glue. hmmmmmmm I may have to try it when I finally run out.

Lani - don't mind at all if ya call me Rusty. I feel a little rusty most mornings. LOL. Posted: 9:50 am on September 15th
lakelover69 writes: love the crackle finish.....did you use a crackle medium or elmers glue? I've heard it can be used instead and it's more affordable. Posted: 7:54 pm on September 14th
suewhitney writes: Nice work Rusty Diva. I've never seen a headboard used in this way before. Very creative thinking.

Take care,
Sue Posted: 10:35 pm on September 10th
CottageElements writes: Rusty, you don't mind if I call you Rusty, do you??? LOL! I loved watching Dragnet when I was a kid! Did you change your address to protect the innocent. Someone might miss your house then if the address is wrong! Ha ha! Great idea for a country home. Good idea to put the spot lights on it, too. You won't be missed now, even in the dark!

Lani Posted: 10:16 pm on September 10th
BEACHLIFE writes: What a neat idea. Cudos to you! Posted: 1:06 pm on September 10th
alicemom writes: Hey Miss RustyDiva,
You did a great job especially protecting the innocent! Your crackle looks fabulous.
smiles, alice Posted: 10:39 pm on September 9th
Christina_S writes: Wonderful job, love the paint! Posted: 9:09 pm on September 9th
chippingcharm writes: Great way to display your house numbers! Very creative :) Laurel Posted: 8:46 pm on September 9th
fellowjunker writes: What a great idea....looks fabulous!!
xojanis Posted: 8:19 pm on September 9th
DreaminBoutJunk writes: What a good idea! You did a good job painting! Thanks for sharing!! Posted: 1:53 pm on September 9th
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