Isn't this adorable? With a little time and a little effort it's amazing how simple it is to transform thrift store finds into wonderful treasures any child would love.
Before Jennylyn's Tones for Tots was "officially" for sale, I had a wonderful lady, Wendy Aaltomaa, stop in my shop to buy some paint. She saw some projects I was painting with the new Tones for Tots colours and she loved the colour Little Whale and a deal was made. I gave Wendy a bottle of Little Whale and she painted some thrift store finds she scored. She then let me borrow her projects so I could photograph them.
Wendy is super kind and super talented! A while back I shared some signs Wendy painted. If you missed that post, you may want to take a peek at Wendy's signs.
Wendy painted this old school desk in Little Whale. She stripped the top of it and stained it. I love the contrast!
She also painted this cute little chair.
Wendy scored this little boat steering wheel for just a couple dollars at the thrift store. What a great little accent piece for a nautical theme!
These canvasses were painted and stenciled by Jennylyn Pringle using some of the new stencils from the Tones for Tots Collection. Yes, she is THAT Jennylyn, the creator of Jennylyn's Tones for Tots! How fun is that?
I love this little lighthouse stencil.
Although Wendy told me how much she paid for the desk, chair and little steering wheel, I can't remember. But, I believe it totaled under $30. Sweet deal.
I had to take one quick close up shot of my adorable little Canada Crayon box. I have no idea what it's worth, but to me, it's priceless!
There are six stencils in the Tones for Tots Collection. They are available in my shop and on-line. I am now offering other stencils on-line as well.