Restoration Hardware Knockoff Industrial Baskets

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Do you remember these baskets I showed you from my nursery? If you missed this post, you can read about it HERE.


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Well, although I liked them just as is, I came across these cool baskets from Restoration Hardware when I was searching for laundry hamper ideas online.   Since my baskets originally came with fabric liners when I purchased them, I decided to put them back in.  But, before just putting them back in the baskets I needed to do some work.


The fabric liner had a lace border around the top edge that looked a little too girly for my baby boy’s nursery {that is why I removed them in the first place}.

So, I just removed the lace and buttons {I am keeping the buttons for future projects} by cutting it off very carefully and this is what I came up with….


Much better!

I knew I wanted to add numbers to the fabric liner, so I pulled up Word on my computer, typed up the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4 {using the stencil font in size 325} and printed out the numbers.


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I then cut out the black part of the numbers, creating a stencil to be used for painting on the numbers to the fabric liner. Man, this would be so much easier if I had a Cricket Machine!!!! I am really wanting one….maybe for Christmas or my Birthday….or just because I am a sweet wife to my Hubby! J


Once the numbers were cut, I was left with a pretty good lookin stencil. I cut around the outsides to get rid of excess paper to make application easier and then mixed up some acrylic paint.  I used Delta Ceramcoat Acrylic paint in Black and Delta Ceramcoat Acrylic paint in Espresso colors I had on hand. I attached my “stencil” to the fabric using push pins to keep it in place and also pulled the fabric tightly to make sure the paint went on smoothly.

I used a foam brush made for stencils I picked up at Joann’s using a 40% coupon making the pack of 2 only $.59 to apply the paint.  I let the paint dry for about 5-10 minutes and then removed the stencil.

This is what I came up with….



I am so thrilled!!!


What do you think?


I love the way the numbered fabric gives a vintage feel to the baskets.  The nursery is coming along…just a few more projects and we should be done.
I can’t wait to show you!




Cost of this project was $.59 for foam brushes. Everything else I already had on hand! The cost of the Restoration Hardware baskets are $239 for a set of three. I’d say I was being thrifty, don’t you?!? J


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Jennifer is the founder and author of Blissfully Ever After, a lifestyle blog featuring the hottest and latest DIY projects, home decor trends, stylish crafts, easy recipes, budget living advice, and health tips. A former 9-5 corporate worker turned savvy Mom and Housewife shares her secrets of creating a blissful life {even on a budget}! Your one stop shop for all things crafty, life, and home!
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Comments

  1. says

    Turned out great. Love the numbers & you can’t beat the price! Wow! Amazing. :) Would love for you to link this up to my (wow me) wednesday link party going on right now on my blog. :) (I’m a new follower, too!)

    Ginger
    gingersnapcrafts.blogspot.com

  2. says

    Fun thanks…I am a new follower. Will be back for more inspirations…

    You did awesome job

    very cute..love your blog…

    Hop over and visit mine when you get a chance.

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    Thanks

    Chris
    http://turnedgypsy.blogspot.com

  3. says

    Fabulous! Just found you at JIAD and had to comment about how much I love these! Isn’t it great to be able to upcycle something you already have on hand??

  4. says

    These are too cool–great job! I’m in love with numbers right now, and have done a few number projects too–so fun! If you have time I would love it if you would share this at my linky party this week.

  5. says

    Jennifer,
    What an awesome thrifty project…love it!!! I’m going to feature it on my blog…stop by and grab my starfish featured button for your blog and thanks so much for sharing it at my party.

    Blessings,
    Linda

  6. says

    Hi Jennifer!

    Loved your project and I’m featuring it on my blog. Come grab a featured button. Thanks for linking up to Show & Share!

    Marie
    mylilpinkpocket.blogspot.com

  7. says

    Great creativity. Great post. I found you via the Tuesday Talent Show from Chef in Training
    I have linked a pizza I did with leftover roast chicken. Have a good week.

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