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Just finished my latest thrifty makeover and this is the full video. My empty sitting room is becoming a little less empty. 🤓 Total project (including chairs) cost a whopping $38.67. Less than $20 per chair! 🤗 Save yo money folks and start thrifting! ❤ #frugalmonster #frugalorious #thrifting #thriftymakeover #furniture #diy #valuevillage #savers I really appreciate everyone that took the time to watch my video. I am by no means a professional at upholstery. I actually work full time in the financial industry 😊 but I love learning new things and working on DIY projects. Being a new homeowner I simply do this for fun and to also use this as an inexpensive way to furnish my home. I appreciate all of the positive and helpful comments! If you like more of these videos please help me by liking and subscribing. I am a thrift newb and new to refurbishing furniture. I bought a house last year and 65% of it is still empty. My goal is to furnish the rest of the house with thrifted furniture that's not haunted. 👻Lol Thanks for watching and don't forget follow me on Instagram @leanns_adventure Snapchat @leannsadventure Thrifted Vanity Table Makeover: https://youtu.be/s3E2HrAcfng ♡ Leann
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Today, I took a shot at reupholstering a chair that I bought from Goodwill! I'm not an expert. I have not followed any instruction, nor have I done this before. I simply just paid attention to how I took it apart and put it back together in a similar way..but with my own twist! Enjoy!
FOR THE BACK OF THE CHAIR: I ended up using some hot glue to make sure that there would be a clean seam, but also would hold the fabric. Feel free to experiment with other adhesives and techniques!
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-3 yards of upholstery fabric
-Paint (Paintbrushes, etc.)
-Heavy duty staple gun meant for 1/2" staples
-Hot glue/ Hot glue gun
*You may need to buy new batting depending on the condition of the old batting
*Disclaimer: the scene explaining how I did the back of the chair, unfortunately, got deleted. I'm sorry for the inconvenience, however, the whole purpose of trying something new is to learn and make mistakes. No matter what chair you have, it will most likely be different than the one I had and you'll have to try out new techniques to finish it anyway. This whole project for me was to get out of my comfort zone and learn a new skill without prior knowledge of how to upholster. I hope that you take chances on your own project as well. Be daring. Thank you for your overall support!