April 4, 2010

Rock -n- Roll

Look at these sad little rockers. 

Found one at the Goodwill for $10 and the other for $15 on Craigslist.
Is there hope?


With a little spray paint and elbow grease...
(Thanks Kelly, you look fabulous!)

VaVa Voom!
Rock -n- Roll!
A lovely set of porch rockers.

Of course we had to button tuft these. 

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simply email us your low resolution before and after photos here.

Happy Creating, Painting, Upcycling and more!


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58 comments:

  1. Amazing! Truth be told, my fave photo is you holding one of them in the air! Great makeover!

    Jeanine

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  2. The look great! They're seriously seeing better days now!!

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  3. Wow those are fabulous!! I love the paint color and the fabric, you are amazing!

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  4. Those rescued rockers do really look terrific. What a great job on the upcycling. Found stuff is the best!! Hope you'll come by Atticmag for our really useful giveaway. -- Jane F.

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  5. I loved it! Thanks for sharing!
    I have a great interview with a savvy blogger on my blog right now with great tips on how to help your blog grow.
    Come check it out http://bloggerchixdesigns.blogspot.com/2010/04/aprils-featured-interview-april.html
    Also a giveaway for a Trendy Diaper Changing Pad if your interested :-)

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  6. I can't believe you found a matching pair - what luck! I am having my first linky party tomorrow (tuesday) and would love to have you link-up: www.craftedition.blogspot.com

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  7. What an amazing transformation! Great vision and great job.

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  8. cool rockers!

    love the fabric and paint choice too. The vintage buttons- NICE TOUCH!

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  9. Oh my - these are absolutely marvelous!

    Thanks so very much for stopping by my blog earlier to leave a kind comment. I truly appreciate it!

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  10. OH MY GOSH!! I am heading to the thrift stores tomorrow! I want these!!

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  11. No flipping way. I would have never seen the potential. You gals rock n' roll.

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  12. Your porch rockers are fabulous. Great job!

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  13. WOW! Who would have ever guessed what they looked like before! Those are fabulous! Thanks for stopping by my blog :)

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  14. That's one of the best "redo's" that I have seen...I imagine many old rockers are now going to receive the same makeover. It's a fantasic idea!

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  15. I love this!!! I have a rocker exactly like that but in perfect condition. The kicker is...I really don't care for it. The only reason I have it is because I grew up with it and my mom decided she didn't want it anymore so I confiscated it before it went to Goodwill. Now, though...now...now I can do what you did and make it cool!! Thanks for a great idea!!

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  16. Gotta love those. Now I want some. I am going to good will next week. LOL Thanks for linking up. Good luck with your first giveaway. Come by and link up again Friday and Monday. Have a great week!

    Tara @ Trendy Treehouse!!!

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  17. Forgot to mention.... I am grabbing your button because I just love it. LOL And it looks like this will be a fun blog to hang out at! Wink! Wink! Wanna guest blog sometime????

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  18. They look AWESOME! Great makeover and vision. Love them in red.

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  19. NO WAY! I have seen rockers like that at the thrift store and passed them up thinking they were ugly and hopeless. I LOVE what you did! I especially love the color you chose.

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  20. Those are Beautiful!! It looks like the same color I recently painted a wall in our bedroom, I love it!!

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  21. I'd love to have rockers like that on my porch! They're so cool!
    Thanks for visiting my blog and you sweet words!
    ☺ Celeste

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  22. I have no idea how you did this but they look amazing.
    Pamela

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  23. WOWZERS! You can send them here to my personal address...
    they turned out fabulous;}

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  24. Those turned out great! Thanks for joining Idea Sharin' Wednesday!
    -Jill

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  25. Rockin' save, love the color and fabric. I bet they pop on your porch!
    Rock On! Lezlee

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  26. That is one amazing makeover!!! I got your message about the bench and windows on my site. the bench has sold. I still have some windows am visiting my mom in Sandy and have some with me. Email me at somedaycrafts@gmail.com and tell me where you live and I'll email you my phone number.

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  27. Amazing! They don't even look like the same chairs!

    - Teresa

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  28. Great makeover, they turned out fabulous.

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  29. Great redo! they turned out fantastic!

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  30. What a fun little redo! Love the color. Thanks for sharing with Made it Monday! Jules

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  31. What a fun little redo! Love the color. Thanks for sharing with Made it Monday! Jules

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  32. Those are really fabulous--love the fabric and the color! Thanks for linking up.

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  34. How fun these look! What a beautiful makeover with that fabric.

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  35. Fabulous! They'd look great on my porch!

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  36. Oh my goodness. I would have been the one to throw the originals away. You did a great job!

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  37. Wow, great AFTER! Good job!

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  38. Wonderful!!! Makes me want to run out and find a couple of those and do that to them, too!

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  39. Hi Pepper Town Gals, I wanted to share with you that you were the top visited site and winner for our link up party Wednesday.

    Your button will be featured as our Sponsor for our next Link up Party. Thanks for linking up!

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  40. You're rockin' the red - I love it!

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  41. Gorgeous red rockers. I would have that they were hopeless, but you did an awsome job!
    Gwen

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  42. Your rocking chairs look awesome! I love the colors you chose!
    Sincerely ~ Tricia

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  43. Amazing! I would never have thought those rockers could look that good!! Phenomenal job!

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  44. You rocked those! They turned out great.

    Do you have any hints on replacing the caned inserts with fabric? I have an old chair of my grandmother's that really needs to be recaned, but it's so expensive.

    Thanks for linking up to Make it Yours day!

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  45. Wow, great redo.....if am not late , please enter me in giveaway.

    Barbara

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  46. my lands--I grew up with a bent wood rocker and I who would have thought they could be that cute.
    Awesome job and I signed up to follow and hope you will do the same.
    Cheri

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  47. WOW! These turned out great! I love them!

    Thanks for joining Get Your Craft on Thursday! Please join me next week for another great party!

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  48. Thanks so much for posting this on Favorite Things Friday!

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  49. Those chairs turned out awesome! My mom has a similar one and as soon as I saw yours, I emailed her and said we had to redo hers!! They are darling.

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  50. Wow! All I can say is FABULOUS!!!!!!!!!If you have a minute stop by http://shabbychictreasures.blogspot.com/
    I am giving away a pretty rose teapot for April!
    Hugs,
    Olivia

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  51. I'm featuring these over at Life As Lori if you would like to grab my button please do!

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  52. I love your model! So cute. I would not have thought there would be hope for these chairs, but they look so great. Wonderful job!

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  53. I gave you guys a Sunshine Award.

    http://thespeckleddog.blogspot.com/2010/04/sunshine-award.html

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  54. All I can think is WOW. I would never come up with that beautiful vision looking at those chairs before.
    Love it.
    ♥ Joy

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  55. Fun and Fabulous!!

    T.Rivera
    www.flippinfactory.wordpress.com

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  56. I am working on a similar chair and would love some tips on how you did the fabric.

    Diana

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