Isn't she a beauty? Once again... I'm gonna have a really hard time letting it go. I'm sure she will be so happy with a nice new family... Tear.
Since I love you peeps, I'll give you the real status of her right now:
Notice anything missing? (Besides some cute little boys pants)
This leg broke off several years ago and they had put it back on with a metal rod, but that rod has bent and we didn't feel like it was really durable enough. We've tried a few different things but nothing that I feel 100% confident about for durability. Has anyone encountered this problem before and found a really great and sturdy solution?
***note: I have received some great feedback but want to clarify for everyone that I do still have the other leg, just need to somehow put it back on. I definitely don't want to cut the other one off. We want a really strong and durable solution, not one that will break after one transfer to another room. any insight would be fabulous!**
For those who are just visiting, please be sure to check out my posts, Tall Antique Dresser Part 1 and 2 for the tutorial on how this look was achieved. The final part 3 is coming soon!
Thanks everyone! I hope that you have all enjoyed a fabulous weekend. I certainly did, and will share more about it with you soon. Right now, we're headed to my momma's house for some of that fabulous Peanut Curried Chicken. She's sharing hers with us :)
I'm linking this little baby up to these fabulous parties this week... Check them out!