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I contemplated what sort of post to write that included a baby project. I mean come on, I had an antique dresser turned into a changing table 30 years ago - I feel like a pioneer. And I'm just going to say .....I miss those days. There is nothing as special in the whole world as welcoming a new baby into the family. Unless it's welcoming a new bar into the family...
|Dresser bar before|
Photos of all sides of this libation station are on my blog... welllll all sides except for one. Life As A Thrifter readers, you are about to go where no blog post has gone before. I am going to reveal just for you the back side of this drink station.
|Their logo in ads is a full mermaid, not just the tail|
The lighter framed spot on the top part of the dresser below is the original furniture stamp. I didn't want to paint over it so I framed it like a shipping label instead.
The patio bar can be used inside or out, and I can tell you it works equally as well with hot chocolate or coffee as it does ice teas, soda and adult beverages.
I can also tell you, it doesn't wheel outside on the snow real well.....
We don't have a baby here, but it would be perfect weather at Bliss Ranch to be snuggled up with a newborn, so instead I invite you to stop in anytime and see what project I might be getting cozy with.
Best wishes to Holly and family on their little blue bundle Gram.
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