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Time Flies!

I honestly have no idea how it has already been 8 months. That is 2/3 of a year!

This has been an amazing journey. I am looking forward to the future and working to adapt both the store and myself to what it holds.

One thing coming together is making Reinvented Vintage a more community oriented space! We are starting to offer a new style of class, what I am calling “Make-And-Take.” These are classes that bring together local artists and community members. The artists lead a class in a afternoon (or morning!) of fun, laughter and learning.


Making Snow People with Redeemed Home Goods!

Our next Make & Take workshop:


March 4th 2-4pm with Audrey of Ridgewood Shop!

Besides bringing in guest artists, I am also working towards having a majority AR Made products (the non-vintage kind that is!).

Some as far away as Fayetteville, with a lot closer to home! Some of our AR made:

Come see me (and all of these great products) at the shop Tues-Sat 11-6! ;D

Hope to see you soon!


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Painted Antique French Furniture – Examples of The Art of Highlighting

Another great post by FrenchFinds!

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French Antique Furniture

Lots of people love the different colours we use on our French furniture at FrenchFinds and lately we’ve had a lot of requests for highlighting. Over the years we have painted a lot of french antique furniture ourselves but have also matched bespoke requests. The term ‘highlighting’ is pretty  self-explanatory but for those of you that want to have gain an insight I would be happy to explain with some examples!

French Antique Furniture

What is Highlighting?

Highlighting is essentially the use of contrasting colours to bring out a feature, usually a carving or recess, on a piece of french antique furniture. It is generally used when one single solid colour makes a French antique piece of furniture appear too blocky.

There are many forms of highlighting possible the main types are;

  • Traditional Highlighting, which is the use of a light colour on top of a dark colour in order to bring…

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Urban & Proud Interview

I am being featured over at Urban & Proud today.  What a cool honor!  Amanda came to my store and took some amazing photographs.  We had a really fun time chatting about all things furniture, painting, crafting, kiddos and mommyhood.  Here’s a sneak peak:



Head on over to Urban & Proud  to read the full interview and to enter the May Giveaway.  You have a chance to win a copy of Miss Mustard Seed’s Book, Inspired You, as well as two 4oz bags of Milk Paint! Hurry though because the Giveaway ends tomorrow!!  🙂

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Painting Workshop Schedule!

Saturday, April 20   1-5pm   Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint (bring your own piece of furniture)

Thursday, April 25    9-1pm  Intro to Maison Blanche chalk-based paint (all materials included)

Thursday, May 9     9-1pm    Advanced Maison Blanche products (all materials included)

Saturday, May 18   1-5pm   Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint (bring your own piece of furniture)

Thursday, May 23   9-1pm  A Chair Affair (bring your own chair or choose one from our stash, learn to paint chair and recover the seat with new fabric)


Just click the SHOP tab and then Workshops to Register!!


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