Of course I didn't notice the chunk missing from the tip top until I had already lugged it out to the car. :(
Lowes had this Kwik Wood epoxy wood repair putty that I thought I would try.
It worked really well! I was able to sort of mold the putty into the form of the missing part of the drawer. After it dried, I sanded it to make it a little more level. It's not perfect, but I think it will do just fine!
The plan was to replace the original pulls, so I got busy filling holes with my wood filler and drilling a couple new ones where the replacement knobs would go.
After sanding the table down, I brushed on Kilz 0 VOC Clean Start.The next day I lightly sanded it with 220 grit sandpaper.
Our playroom is painted this turquoise color (Sea Wave), and I thought it would be a fun color for the table.
My spray gun is hibernating for the winter :), so it was out with the brush and roller again! The Purdy Cub is the brush I use. It works great! I use it to get all the nooks, crannies, and curved places.
The mini high-density roller works well for all the big flat surfaces, and makes for a quick job!
This is what they look like in the package.
After two coats of the turquoise and some distressing, it was time for a little RL Glaze!
I finished the table with two quick coats of the wipe-on poly~
The inside of the drawer got a fresh coat of paint, too, and I mod podged some cute paper I had on hand.
I switched out the original pulls and replaced them with these knobs I found at Hobby Lobby this morning. Unfortunately, I keep missing the 50% off knob sale! :(
Here is the before pic of the table~
Can you see the epoxy wood repair on the upper right edge of the drawer! Can't even tell it was damaged! I'm a new fan of that stuff!
Cute paisley paper~