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Rae Dunn Inspired Bread Box

If you haven't heard of Rae Dunn you may not be a farmhouse style fan. This uber popular line of kitchen decor is so simple yet so classic. Bright white with crisp black narrow font gives a universal appeal to almost any style kitchen. Follow me as I take a solid wood bread box and give it a "Rae Dunn" inspired makeover.

These solid wood bread boxes can be found everywhere but they are just so boring and generic. The simple smooth styling however is perfect for the inspired makeover I have in mind.

I first taped off the inside edges wanting to leave the interior the natural wood finish.

I am excited to try my new 2" angled Fusion paint brush as well on this project.

Using Fusion Mineral Paint in picket fence, a crisp white, I applied 3 coats. White is notorious for requiring more coats for an opaque coverage. After each coat I lightly sanded to keep a soft smooth surface.

Now for the Rae Dunn inspired part, being a reduce reuse recycle person I cannot personally use th…

Fusion Tones for Tots ~ Little Stork



Fusion mineral paints has a great new line called Tones for Tots, a super sweet line of fabulous colors. You can see the making of a gorgeous dresser in Little Teapot here.





Little Piggy was used on a chair that is nearly 140 years old but here is my first use of Little Stork; a soft purple


 gather supplies including one of Fusion's new stencils
 I painted the heavy bristle board with Fusion paint in casement for a crisp background
 and used a deep purple to paint in the stencil
 the framed art is ready
 the close-up shows the outline with silver marker which highlights the lovely saying

Both the nursery art, dresser and antique chair are for sale, stop by my Facebook page if interested

*Disclosure
I have received product in exchange for this post, but ALL the opinions are entirely MY own.  This post contains a sponsored link for Fusion Mineral Paint

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