SHOW & TELL FRIDAY- BUFFALO PAINTED END TABLE

HAND PAINTED BUFFALO END TABLES!
Today I am sharing the end tables I have been working on this week.
My daughter, Jennifer found the end tables, they have been in the weather and were muddy. I cleaned the end tables up and painted them. My sheet rock is up in the family room, with a new sofa, in a flame stitch pattern, reminds of Navaho’s rugs,( decided I could not part with my large couch, it gets a black slip cover) I tried to decide what look I wanted in my family room, by starting with the couch and sofa. I have a Native American Indian collection in my bedroom, people always want to go into the bedroom, to see my collection. I have decided to bring it out into the open. This is a small taste of what is going on in my family room. I know everyone is showing their beautiful Christmas decorations. I have to get this room ready before I do any Christmas decorating. Now remember I am not an artist at painting, but I am pleased that I found I can do a sort folk art painting. I have two other furniture pieces that I have built from the wood off the walls of our Craftsman’s Bungalow, and hand painted, that will be coming into our family room. I will keep you up to date, as we get our family room together.
Old weathered end tables.
End tables get new coats of paints!
Now for the top of the buffalo end tables.
I hope you enjoyed my little Show & Tell.
Click the button below to go over to Kelli’s at There’s No Place Like Home
where Kelli is hosting Show & Tell Friday.
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48 thoughts on “SHOW & TELL FRIDAY- BUFFALO PAINTED END TABLE

  1. Very pretty girl..and you got your friday post up already now I need to think about doing one..you did a great job with the tables..can’t wait to see your collection…hugs and smiles Gloria

  2. Thank you for stopping by for a visit!! I think your tables turned out very well!! :c) I would think they will help bring your whole room together with your Native American collection.

    Pattie :c)
    Mazatlan Mexico

  3. Wow! You really transformed those tables! Great job. I’m glad you had “before” pictures, because I would have never believed they had started out like that. laurie

  4. This is my first visit to your blog. You did a great job with the tables. I really enjoyed your post about Mothers and Daughters.
    Sweetie

  5. Dear Katherine,I came across your blog by reading Kellis blog. I would like to make a request for the wonderful recipe Almond Cinnamon Bread from your friend Hazel. I tried looking for it on the internet along with the recipe for the starter and so far I have not been successful. I would love to try this recipe as I have tried the Amish Friendship bread that requires a starter as well and is delicious!
    Blessings, Hope <><

  6. If you had not said, I would have guessed the pattern to be a way-long ago authentic design. The black is a very effective color for this. I would not have been so brave.

    Thank you for showing us.

  7. First off, I am so sorry about your husband. We had someone at church pray this morning for a man who had recently had some heart trouble. I wonder now, if that was your husband, as we don’t know anyone so I would not have known the name anyway. We are actually about 4 miles S. of Lena on Hwy. 13. So if you go to Lena via Hwy. 13 you pass right by my house. Also, we are surrounded by Watkins. So I am sure they are all somehow related. It’s funny what a small small world we live in. You will have to stop by sometime. If you need anything in regards to your husband being sick, please let us know.

    Oh, and your end tables are too cute. I love to paint. I just haven’t had a lot of time to do it lately.

  8. Hmmm, I don’t know what happened to my comment but I’ll start all over again. Please delete one if you find that this is a duplicate. You are very talented. The tables turned out really pretty! I love your tea set! I am also from MS (Natchez) Are we close? Thanks for your nice comment on Laurie’s blog about my dining room. You got me beat cause you have real live peacocks. I don’t think I can take care of them so I’ll just admire their beauty from decorative ones….Christine

  9. Your tables turned out “great”.. what talent..I know they look great in there.. Thanks for the compliment on the scarf on the table.. you are too kind..
    hugs ~lynne~

  10. Good morning…Thanks for your nice comments on my blog…well, you have done a fabulous job turning those tables into something to be proud of…they don’t even look like the same ones from the before pic…very nice job! 😉 Bo

  11. Dear Lady Katherine…Where have you been? I hope you are out looking for Tommy…you need to stop in at my Blog…Bring all your friends…read all comments…AND join the SEARCH PARTY! !!!!! CODE ELF!!!!!!!

  12. Hi Katherine, I want to thank you for stopping by for a visit. I love your blog. The tables look amazing! What a difference. Please come back anytime and make yourself at home. Nancy

  13. I love your tables! You did a wonderful job on them. I can’t wait to see the rest of your decorating in the family room. The sofa sounds beautiful.
    Have a great day.
    Pam

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