Great Refinishers Contest Entries - The Zibra Blog
Glad you're here to VOTE! Be sure to view all the entries by scrolling to the bottom - there are FIVE to choose from. Carefully look at each entry then make your choice and enter it at the top of the page. That's all there is to it! Thanks for voting. You are now eligible to win one of five Zibra 4-Pc Detail Paintbrush Kits!
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Paint-Off Voting

Thanks to everyone who participated by voting in the “Great Refinisher’s Paint-Off”! Congratulations to Larissa of Prodigal Pieces! Thanks as well to all five tremendously talented refinishers who made up the Paint-Off! All the entries were extremely creative and many have commented on how fun and inspiring it was to view all the entries. We hope you enjoyed the Paint-Off! The winner’s of the Zibra 4 Pc Detail Kit are being contacted and once each responds we will announce those winners as well. 

The Five Refinishers Entries

Katie Cloud – Owner, Katie & Co. Furniture Restorations

Hi! I’m Katie, owner of Katie & Co. Furniture Restorations. I paint and restyle vintage furniture and make soy candles and hand made signs. I painted my first piece of furniture eleven years ago and have been hooked on creating ever since! I have a small shop in Moville, Iowa where I sell my creations. My darling daughter who is five keeps me on my toes! I’m a lover of coffee, family, animals, food, country livin’ & all things vintage!

Lindsay Eidahl – Owner, My Creative Days

Lindsay has been married to her DIY sidekick for 17 years. She is also a mother or two. Since they bought their first home, Lindsay and her husband have been creatively decorating their home on a tight budget. Not being able to go into stores and buy things brand new created a passion for getting the same look for a lot less. Their DIY decor and repurposed projects got a lot of attention among family and friends which pushed Lindsay to start her blog, My Creative Days. Now, the budget-friendly projects continue, but they are shared with all her readers full time! She would love for you to head over to her blog or social channels and say, “Hi!”

 

Details about Lindsay’s project: CLICK TO VIEW

Larissa Haynes – Owner, Prodigal Pieces

Hi! I’m Larissa, owner of Prodigal Pieces.  I am a Christ-loving, homeschooling, sewing, junking/thrifting, cooking, gardening mama to 6 children, who’s married to her best friend! I have a passion for creating and am blessed to have an outlet with the redeemed pieces I create along with the antique and vintage finds sold in my shop.

 

Details about Larissa’s project: CLICK TO VIEW

Dionne Woods – Owner, Designer & Creator of The Turquoise Iris

Dionne Woods is the owner, designer and creator of The Turquoise Iris. She is from Oklahoma City, OK. Aside from being a wife and mother of 2 teenagers, Dionne has built her online store from the ground up with a social media following of over 40k followers. She currently sells her hand-painted furniture, canvas art, paint tutorials, and paint classes on her website, www.theturquoiseiris.com.  Most recently, Dionne has launched her Facebook Membership group, Creative Connection, where she helps fellow creative entrepreneurs gain the skills needed to succeed.

Amanda Freed – Owner of  The Ugly Duckling Decor

I started The Ugly Duckling Decor after working as a corporate retail manager and hating it. I realized I only have one life to live and I should spend it doing what I love. The idea of being able to transform an old piece of “junk” into a usable and beautiful piece of furniture in your home started when I went to Virginia Tech and needed a cheap way to furnish my apartment room. Even as young as 6 years old, I enjoyed rearranging furniture and looking through JCPenny Bed and Home catalogs. My Mom would come home from work and all the furniture in the house would be moved around. I was always trying to make a room look better or used more efficiently. I never thought that I could turn those habits into a potential career.

 

Details about Amanda’s project: CLICK TO VIEW

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