cabinet door makeover




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Hello! I had a fabulous little vacation~I wanted to share something that my sister, Kristin did that I loved:
she took an old cabinet door when they replaced their bathroom vanity and painted it, then added some vinyl lettering:




Isn't it a great idea? And isn't she the cutest? :) I wish you could all meet her in person~I have the best sisters!


Thanks, Krishin! I'm adding it to my yard sale wish list.
Happy Tuesday~

P.S. ! ETA: Okay, I talked to Kristin and she said she got her vinyl lettering from http://www.sayanythingexpressions.com She said it was around $5 for everything and around $1 for shipping, so not too shabby, and also they were very quick. I think I'll be adding this to my under $10, under an hour projects. (not including spray paint drying time, of course) Hope this helps~

29 comments:

  1. Melissa...would you please let Kristin know that that is a Fabulous idea! Thanks for sharing :) I'll be adding cabinet doors to my yard sale list as well!!

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  2. I love this! Hope you don't mind but I think I will making one of these very soon.
    Have a wonderful day!
    ~Sherrie
    Love this!

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  3. What a fabulous idea. It looks great and she is cute as a button. Thanks for the super idea. Hugs, Marty

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  4. If you are ever headed to First Monday Trade Days in Canton, TX there is a booth that sells cabinet doors like this brand new for $1.

    Great idea, now I know what to do with some of those doors I bought.

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  5. I have a huge cabinet door painted as a chalkboard. The inside is chalkboard paint and the outside part is painted. Looks like a big frame. I use it for my menu in my kitchen. Everyone here is painting them as chalkboards, that's cute what your sister did. I've never seen that.

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  6. Hi,Melissa
    Thanks for sharing,, that is so cute. I'll have to add that to the ever growing list of things i wanna do.. My house will never get cleaned. Have a great week.

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  7. That's great! I can't begin to imagine what you'd pay for something like that at a specialty store.

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  8. What a nice idea! Love it! Just wish I would have kept some cabinet doors around. Now I am on the lookout for one!

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  9. Yay Kristin!!! That is SO cute... great decorating ideas must run in your family!! You look beautiful!!

    -Megan Tanner

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  10. That is the cutest idea! I hope we don't shop the same yardsales, because that is now on my wish list too! ;)

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  11. This is such a wonderful idea! Very creative!

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  12. I started reading your blog because my aunt JoAnn was always reading it and then she won one of your give-aways. Well, I just realized that I know your sister, Kristin. She worked with me at Springville Jr. High last year until she had her baby. You'll have to tell her hi from me.

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  13. Hi! I LURVE this idea!!!

    Can you tell me where the vinyl letters came from? I would really like to get this done for our family too.

    Thanks!

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  14. Wow!!! What a great idea! I LOVE it. I'll be on the lookout for some doors. That's one I'm going to have to try! = )

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  15. Ooo la la - I had that same idea with an large old frame a friend made for me. Here in AZ there is a local cabinet who sells his left over cabinet faces for very cheap! I'm sure there is one in your area too!

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  16. Welcome back!! That is a great idea I'm sure not all my cabinets need a door!!! Love your posts keep them coming. If you have any spare time, please stop by my blog www.home23duncanboys.blogspot.com

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  17. beautiful! another great place to find old cab doors is Habitat for Humanity's Restore-they have tons of them for around $3.

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  18. What an incredibly easy idea and such a great look! I am sure to be keeping my eyes open for something like that door @ a yard sale!!!

    Thanks for the inspiration!~G (Gina aka CraftTeaLady)

    www.xanga.com/crafttealady

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  19. YES...just what I was looking for! I've been eyeing some cabinet doors at the Habitat store for a while. I knew they would make a fabulous project, but couldn't think of anything. Thanks Melissa and Kristin!

    ~Amanda

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  20. I found a door for $5 at a antique store and they had another one just like it and he let me have it so thats $2.50 each! I thought that was a great deal. :)

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  21. This little project is a must...and adorable! I'll be giving this one a try too!

    Thank Kristin for the inspiration!

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  22. What a wonderful idea! I'm definatly adding this to my file marked "Projects I Want to Do". Thanks for the cost breakdown too. I may just use that very site! Thanks!!

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  23. That is just awesome! DH happens to work with cabinets!

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  24. Ohh I love that!! I love vinyl stuff. LOVE IT. I can't believe you cut up that boxwood thing up there (I did gasp!) but it turned out so great!!

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  25. You inspired me!! I credited you in my blog for my inspiration. Thank you so much for sharing your creativity!!

    Jen @ Noting Grace

    http://notinggrace.blogspot.com/

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