When I saw this fabulous 1940’s school lockers makeover that was submitted by one of my readers, by reactions was simply, WOW! Jenny from Ava Blake Creations submitted these amazing lockers via my new submission page, and I couldn’t be happier! I’m going to let Jenny tell you her story, because I love the excitement she shows…
“These MAGNIFICENT 1940’s school lockers came across my local Kijiji and ~Cart wheels~ were brought home to me!! Can you even stand the excitement!!??!!
The story goes…These were the original school lockers in Nobleford Alberta in circa 1940’s. Once the school upgraded these lockers went to the local curling club, and after years of service they then retired to Kijiji. The fellow I got them from said he wanted them in his basement but they just didn’t work out……then fatefully came to me!
I got 3 sets of 3, so 9 in total.
I Van Gogh Painted them White, then dirty distressed them back to the original color, as if they have been through years of wear & tear!
Then I used this Clothing House Ad from The Graphics Fairy.
Crazy Cool right?! Now they are in my entrance!!”
Thank you so much for sharing this amazing transformation with us, Jenny! You can find the original tutorial on Jenny’s blog, Ava Blake Creations, HERE!
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