Cutting in two. One end was needed a lot of work. The bottom had rottened and the top would need a whole new one, so I just saved the pretty doors! Sorry couldn't get a picture, Ken and I had to hold the cabinet steady! Daddy did the cutting. Thank goodness I have a father that knows cabinets, and a husband that will bear with me and my obsession with antiques that may not be in the best of shape.
My new best friend! I loved this!
I can't wait to paint and distress. I hope some of the blue and the brown come through.
So between my father and Ken, they thought that using the blow torch would be so much faster. It really was, and I was impressed enough to take this picture. Thank goodness I did, because ...
I literally saw my hair and face flash before my eyes! Poor mama was napping in the truck waiting on her antique stripper to take effect. She quickly woke up to me screaming and Ken moving his truck so that it would not blow up! We just had to let it burn! That was the first fire of the day! The second fire about burned all the grass up to the house! It is never a dull moment in Mississippi that is for sure!