Mason Jar Ring Polka Dots

The products used for this project were generously provided by Country Chic Paint but the genuine (and once in a while witty) opinions expressed are completely my own.

My one-and-only sister was getting rid of this change table that she had used for several of my nieces and nephews and I thought it would be perfect for painting polka dots on.  The wood was still in great shape, just scratched, so a coat of paint and some imagination was all it needed 🙂wooden change table before being paintedI wanted to do something soft, fun and whimsical for this piece so began with several coats of Country Chic All-in-One Paint in Creme Brulee.  Creme Brulee is a creamy, milky yellow that is perfect for a baby’s room so was a great choice for the change table.  Country Chic Paint Creme BrûléeOnce the outside of the piece was fully painted and dried, I began creating a whimsical polka dot pattern on the top and sides.Country Chic Paint in Vanilla Frosting and Vintage CupcakeTo make the polka dots, I used Country Chic Furniture and Home Decor Paint in Vanilla Frosting and Vintage Cupcake. These two colours combined beautifully with the Creme Brulee to create the class and fun look I was going for.making polka-dots with mason jar ringsTo make sure the polka dots were all the same size and had nice, crisp edges, I used two sizes of Mason jar rings.  I laid the rings down on top of the yellow paint and used them as a guide to make each dot.  To get a little cohesiveness in the pattern, I used the larger ring for all of the pink dots and the smaller one for all of the white.using Country Chic paint to make polka dotsI continued making the polka dots, in a random pattern, all over the piece… except for on the drawer fronts.  The drawer fronts were left dot free so that the pattern wouldn’t be too overpowering.white and pink polka dots on a yellow painted change tablePink and white painted polka dots on yellow change tableI have to say that I had so much fun painting these polka dots! It felt like I was a kid again 🙂yellow change table painted with Country Chic Paint in Creme BrûléeCountry Chic Paint in Creme Brûlée, Vanilla Frosting and Vintage Cupcakeinside of painted wood change tableThis dark and boring change table was completely transformed into something bright and cheery with just a pint of paint and a couple of Mason jar rings.   painted change table using Country Chic Paint

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16 Comments on " Mason Jar Ring Polka Dots "

  1. Lisa

    This is perfect for a little girls room, so pretty and happy looking! The polka dots are so cute! Thank you for sharing at Sweet Inspiration #4! Hope to see you again tomorrow!

    1. Lisa

      Aww thanks 🙂 I am pretty fond of polka dots!

  2. Lisa

    Lisa this one is really special perfect for a girls room.I love the color combination that you used, it is unusual but it works worderfully well. Thank you for sharing over at Sweet Inspiration.

    1. Lisa

      I love this combination too… you’re right it is a little unusual but I thought it would look so pretty in a baby girl’s room.

  3. Lisa

    I’m a sucker for polka dots.

    Thanks for sharing with SYC.

    1. Lisa

      Ha ha… me too!

  4. Lisa

    This is adorable! The polka dots are the perfect touch for the whimsical look. Pinning and Tweeting. Thanks for joining us at Social Boost Monday this week!

    1. Lisa

      Aren’t they so fun?! Thanks so much for sharing Beverly! Have a lovely week.

  5. Lisa

    What a clever idea. Polka dots are so fun and I love them! Thanks for sharing with SYC.

    1. Lisa

      Thanks Jann! I love how it turned out and it was definitely fun to do something different with this project. Hope you are having a great week!

  6. Lisa

    What a fun technique. I have a thing for polka dots! Thanks for linking up with Funtastic Friday.

    1. Lisa

      Thanks! It was a fun project to do esp since I love polka dots too. Thanks for stopping by!

  7. Lisa

    Very cute! Thanks for sharing your creativity with the Thursday Blog hop!

    1. Lisa

      Thanks and thanks for stopping by 🙂

  8. Lisa

    This is such a pretty makeover for a little girl’s room. Love the colors, the polka dots, and how you styled this piece for photos. I’m a huge fan of Country Chic Paints, which makes me appreciate this makeover even more.

    1. Lisa

      Thank you so much for your kind works Marie! I looove Country Chic Paints too 🙂 and this was definitely a fun project to do for them.

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