I did not take any pics here on this Tutorial -
but I do have pics on the Shabby Chic Vanity!!
The mirror was
The skirt was dirty and smelly.
My Vanity was very
I do not like to tear
to make better use of them.
This is what these vanity's look like.
I originally bought one like this cause
I wanted the mirror.
However these vanity's are short.
If I had a doll that was sitting and her legs
were posed in such a way that her
legs were spread out - then I would need
to keep the vanity this short.
But I like a little height. That is my own
vanity and mirror, it was trial and error.
I had to find something that was
relatively cheap to raise up
the height that I wanted.
I washed up the mirror frame and painted the
Then I peeled up that speckled
Man!! was I surprised to see
It looked like woodgrain!
I did not paint this!!!
This gave me courage to finish what I
I threw away the white smelly skirt
To make the Vanity
good sturdy corrugated cardboard
I cut the length to about 10 inches.
After measuring around the vanity, making
sure that would fit, I then
glued it into a tube.
I painted the corrugated cardboard
Funny how the cardboard looks like fabric!!
I did the opposite - I used them for support for the mirror.
This is easy to do, but it can be time consuming.
because I used a lot of glue!
After the glue dried I glued on some white
Lastly, I glued back on the mirror. I wish
These were the only photo's that took.
I did not know that I could even make it work.
But it did work!
I reduced some pics of witches
On top I placed
I would paint it but I kind
To top it off I hung Permelia's