Rub N Buff

Hello sweet friends, to day I am sharing a five minute craft using Rub N Buff.

Who doesn’t love Rub N Buff?  I have been using it on and off for 25 years, now you may realize my age, ha, ha!

After this quick project, I fell in love with it all over again.  Shame on me for forgetting how much I loved working with you Rub N Buff.  I also did forget you for a short time and I’m very sorry and won’t be forgotten again.


Ley’s Take A Look at the Frames and Where They Were Found

By the way, I have had these tiny frames for 20 years. I bought them from Michael’s for .50 each and I’m sure all craft stores offer small frames similar today.


As a result of moving pieces around, I decided to take these frames and update them with Rub N Buff in Antique Gold. A Florentine look truly adds a bit French/elegance.

You may enjoy this post about my love of Florentine.


Incidentally, this took 10 minutes to finish eight frames and I couldn’t be happier.

Adding These to Thrifted Pieces is a Great Look

As an example, adding these to thrift store dishes and a few pieces of silver plate truly makes this little vignette extra special.


The urn is a thrift store find and I have been looking for one this shape and size and finally I have one.


The urn is filled with all sorts of treasures I already had, look at the gorgeousness, don’t you love it?


I added a topiary made a couple of years ago with a pot I also painted namely, to add a touch of nature.


I hope you enjoyed this quick craft update. Do you enjoy Rub N Buff?

Have a great day!

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Hello, my name is Cindy and welcome to Cloches & Lavender. I enjoy making our house a home with antiques and thrifted finds. Antiques are used as my staples in my dcor to remain on a budget. I will often upcycle pieces with paint to make them new again. I enjoy DIYs

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