Good bye 2019! WOW! Where do I start, this year I completed the least amount of projects, yet excelled on new techniques, and THAT is something I am so proud of! Refinishing a total of 52 pieces: 6 First Dibs, 4 pieces to complete our remodel in our home, and the rest custom orders!
Thank you! With all of my heart, thank you!
“What keeps my heart awake is colorful silence.” Claude Monet
This past year my clients pushed my abilities; at times it was stressful, there were tears, fits, and doubts. Looking back I am so appreciative for the opportunity and knowledge I have gained, because of the trust you have in me I gain confidence. Blending was this past year’s trend and a few customers pushed my abilities. It’s only continuing into 2020 and I am looking forward to the art we will create!
If you recall my goal last year going into 2019 was FOCUS. Read post here: 2018 Portfolio. A huge part of this year’s total pieces being fewer than any other year, was in part because I DID focus on myself and my family. We entered new chapters in our lives and as a mother I enjoyed the time well spent this summer.
Looking back on 2019, we started the year off with our home renovations. Such an exciting time! We completely changed our look and had fun in the process. I redid some of my pieces, gained new pieces and overall made our house a home! This year my mother also joined in on the fun and completed 2 custom projects and one special dresser for me that I will be sharing at the beginning of the new year! Stay tuned in!
Thank you again, for your continued support, well wishes and allowing me to be creative on your goodwill finds, outdated pieces and or family heirlooms!
How adorable is this custom antique side table? Irish I had one! (Haha, enjoy my humor!). Refinished in a custom color that I blended using two different greens and a brown creating a gorgeous forest green. Glazed the base in brown. Stained the top in Sherwood Chestnut. Handpainted clovers and flowers by Maureen Flanigan.
I woke up this morning to find that Second Chance Charms was featured over at The Artisan Markets- Phoenix AZ. How incredibility exciting is that!? Here is what was posted on Facebook and Instagram:
It’s Feature Friday!
Today we are featuring one of our very talented local artisans, Rebecca Flanigan Whitney!
Rebecca’s pieces are absolutely stunning, timeless and breathtaking!
Please take a moment to visit Rebecca at www.facebook.com/secondchancecharms
Be sure to read the incredible reviews left by former and current clients. She’s amazing at what she does but also provides exceptional personal customer care.
Rebecca offers custom work and will deliver locally for a fee.
Please take a moment to visit her page, leave her some love and support by Liking her page and leaving a comment or two. ❤
These are the pieces that I have available (French Provincial Buffet SOLD). You can click over to The Artisan Markets- Phoenix AZ and visit both their Facebook or Instagram accounts to view along with some other amazing Arizona talent and available pieces!