Table and Chair's. 1-19-12

 Okay here is the sneek preview of my chair's and table....I so hope they will turn out.
 My Hubby painted the checker board border and the red pin stripe....I told him to take the red off but he say's it stay's.

I have been painting bit by bit.

I need to get busy and finish the table and chair's...I sure am going Mary Engelbreit (Dont ya think), but I love the story book look.
Well sorry I took a day to post but we had court daughter want's her children back, but the judge said we'll review it in June...the grand kid's are here till June. It has really been a difficult year...for every one.
Love to all.


  1. Oh, I love the chairs painted that way. Your new look reminds me of Mary Englebreit. What a fun new redo. Love it!

  2. What a welcoming look, and from a welcoming individual. Kudos.
    Be always in stitches.

  3. Hi Debbie, these are gorgeous! Really lovely:)

  4. LOVE the work that you all are doing! BEAUTIFUL work!!! I will pray that it all works out with the Grandchildren! I know that our hearts belong to them! Have a blessed day dear Debbie, HUGS!

  5. Wow Debbie! Your chairs and tab;e are really beautiful! Truly unique. I love it!

  6. I was thinking Mary when I saw the first picture. Thanks for heading over to my blog! You guys are doing a great job with that table and chair set!!

  7. WOW! That's such marvelous, meticulous work. It also looks like you're having loads of fun!

    I just started painting a chest for my daughter last night and it's more of a Tasha Tudor style, sketched and sort of water-colored. (I'm self-taught and don't know all the lingo). Sure wish I knew how to tole paint!


  8. nice post thanks for sharing...blessings soraya

  9. Oh I love those chairs. I have German heritage and those look so German! Love, Love Love :) New follower of your blog.

  10. Wow that looks fantastic! Great paint job!

  11. The table and chairs look AMAZING Debbie!
    OMG! So professional! I am so impressed and for both you and your hubbie's handiwork!