Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Hutch ala Casey

This is what I came up with based on Casey's tutorial. It took several attempts before I found a combination of rubber stamp motifs that I was happy with.
The hutch on the right is like the one I used. On the left you can see the finished hutch. The door insets are leather. I used cherry acrylic stain and then a dark walnut glaze to add depth to the finish.
The color on the picture above is more accurate but this one shows the detail a little better. I love how expensive the finished hutch looks.

7 comments:

MiniKat said...

The hutch looks great!

Caseymini said...

Looking good De! I like the stamps that you used on yours!Was the stain Minwax?

Deni said...

Thats beautiful De
How lovely that looks!
Clever
Im afraid I do not have any stamps!
Can't keep up with you girls anyway!!! lol

Kathi said...

Your "new" hutch does look expensive!
I'm really going to have to try this...

cockerina said...

seems the old wardrobe that had my grandmother in the library!
compliments is really nice!
Happy New Year!!
Caterina

De said...

Thank you all!

Casey, I used Folk Art water based craft stain and Plaid glaze.

Dlsarmywife said...

De your hutch looks amazing!!! Off to go read start to finish how you and Casey made those hutches look like a million bucks!