Welcome again! I was cooking in my kitchen at the stove, and I looked over into my crock filled with rolling pins.....and thought hmmmm.....could I decoupage a rolling pin? This is how it turned out!
I spray painted the handles red, decoupaged a red polka dot print, then I printed the saying on my computer and then decoupaged it. Last I hot glued on all the other fun things.
I found some more rolling pins at the thrift/consignment store...thinking I have some more ideas 'rolling' around in my head!
Per someone's request I am showing you an inexpensive appliance cover up I made using artist canvas, fabric, and some ric rac/ribbon. I bought one medium and two smaller canvases. I just laid them on fabric, hot glued the fabric on the back side and then I hinged them together using velcro strips. It is flimsy but covers the toaster and Kitchen Aid. I think if I do it again I would use artist canvas that has a wood frame (a little more money) and use actual hinges that you could screw in. But it solves my dilemna and for that I liked it. If you had a prim kitchen, you would use prim fabric, perhaps even wood that is stenciled and hinged together. I even thought of using vintage tablecloths or napkins to cover a canvas....Tina over at Cherry Cottage did this on a large scale and put the canvases on her wall. I also think I should have measured and gotten taller canvases....but for now it will have to stay this way!
Thanks for coming by!