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  • Teresa Bobo

    (Never thought of a red dresser before, but I love it!) The Making Of Red Hot Rhetta

  • Brenda Ketcham

    Blog with tons of ideas for re-doing old furniture (and she names them...this is Red Hot Rhetta!)

  • Melony Lane

    Stain over painted furniture - The Making Of Red Hot Rhetta

  • Jan Downey

    How To: Stain over paint technique. I like this color a lot! Would look good on the t.v. stand also!

  • Gail Dorhout

    How To: Stain over paint technique,,,,,love the color and the old shutters

  • Patty Bare

    Embracing Change: The Making Of Red Hot Rhetta (*Stain over paint technique)

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