Wooden Folding Chair Nightstand

Hi, sweetie pies.
Happy Wednesday.

While searching for something

in my basement flea market,
I happened upon a broken folding chair
that needed some love.
I hugged it with 
a coat of white paint,
some distressing,
and Gorilla Glue Epoxy to mend it’s broken leg
 and now it’s sittin’ pretty next to my bed.

(I accidentally broke my light bulb while rearranging…
so just keep your eyes on the nightstand, people.)
Because I used Gorilla Glue Epoxy,
 I’m sharing the quick tutorial 
as a resident blogger at the
I’d love for you to visit the club
and check out the other pretty projects.
Cheri just painted this Apothecary sign 

 that I’d love to hang in my bathroom.
 (I mean, my apothecary.)
If you haven’t entered my Shabby Apple giveway

for a chance to win a darling, European inspired dress, click here.

I’ll choose a winner on Saturday.
Also, Alison at My Belle Epoque is giving away a set of my clay tags, here.

Thanks for reading!
Welcome, new sweets!

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  1. love what you did with the chair.

  2. Hi Jami,
    I love what you did with your chair, it’s beautiful!!! Gorilla glue is the best!
    Have a great day.

  3. Chris says:

    Saw your stuff on DIY today…love it as always! Hoping all is well.

  4. Erin says:

    Yes indeed, that chair is wonderful and you NEED that sign!!!

  5. i’ve done the same thing with a chipped,white folding chair just like that one, that i found at goodwill for $1!

    I thought it was a little low,compared to the height of my bed, so i scooted it over near the window in my bedroom and keep textbooks/notebooks that i would like to keep closer on my nightstand but would cause too much crowding!


  6. A sweet little chair with a pretty sign…you know how to work it!

  7. I love this look! I myself have a totally broken chair in the basement waiting for some gorilla glue love. Thanks for the inspiration! :)

  8. Your chair is darling Jami~ Hugs,Rachel ;)

    French Farmhouse 425

  9. Megan says:

    oooh! cute! and such a creative use for the chair!

  10. Jami! So darn cute! Hope you are holding up ok… It’s like getting ready for the grand opening of a boutique!…I am excited for you!
    {with love}

  11. That chair is SO cute! I’m on the hunt for nightstands…this would be an idea.

  12. Alexis says:

    What creative (and beautiful) idea for a nightstand! I love it!

  13. awal.ny says:

    I love the expression hugged with white paint, I am going to have to frame that and put it on the wall. I have been doing a lot of hugging lately.

  14. Allison says:

    I love your little chair and it’s so pretty how you’ve displayed it. Very sweet, Jami. Gorilla glue is amazing! Hope your week is going well for you.

  15. mybelleepoque says:

    Simply beautiful.

  16. You gave it a great hug. It looks wonderful. And I was about to make some of the glitter letters today and spell the same thing. How funny! We could all use a little dreaming in our lives!

  17. Abby says:

    Looks so pretty and relaxed. What a creative idea!

  18. Olde Tyme Marketplace says:

    SO naturally my eye was drawn to the lamp! LOL!
    Anywhooooooo, I love the dang chair! GIRLS WITH GORILLA GLUE ROCK!

  19. so sweet!

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