14 Comments

  1. happytiler

    Wow fabulous!! Yes I have bought many thrift store finds and painted them. My parents had that light switch cover when I was growing up…it's old!! Thanks for sharing such a detailed tutorial!!

    Hugs Giggles

  2. Abigail Davidson

    Wow! What an amazing project and I enjoyed seeing the stages of your work. This is so cool!

  3. I must admit, I was skeptical at the beginning with the collection of objects. I should know better by now! The result is really spectacular! Terrific warm and metallic tones, hardware that requires drilling! Cool and interesting from every angle! Though I suppose that one side with the switch plate cover is my least favorite, just because the images and the moving parts of the other sides are so damn cool. It is in your bathroom now? Was it a gift for someone who has everything? AWESOME PROJECT!

    (Also, that's your kitchen table, right? Do you just have a giant bin you can sweep all the supplies into, or do all the supplies get carted back by the armload to cubby holes here and there? SO CURIOUS. And finally! I can't see what the problem is but your link in the above comment is not working for me.) 🙂

    • I am glad to know that you were skeptical in the beginning, because that means I turned you around! I like that! 😀

      I keep all of my assemblage supplies in the cubbies in my spare room – unless they're too big, in which case they live in the garage.

      I will investigate the link. Thanks for the heads up!

Comments are closed.