Keeping it real people. Most of my projects aren't without a major flub up. This one is no different. Except I don't know how to fix this one and I'm so over this project. I'm about to leave it at the end of my driveway with a "free" sign next to it!!!
So I'm happy with how the bar looks from the front. I painted it a lovely peacock blue and shined up the hardware with some rub 'n buff in gold leaf...
Enter the problem. I thought it would be cute to fancy up the flip out top for a little hidden pizazz you only see when you're partying. Well...it looks awful!!! I modge podged this World Market wrapping paper (which Ive used in the past to line my map drawers with) on to the bar.
You can't really tell but it is super bubbly. It didn't dry flat. I probably should have used fabric instead. It would have dried much better but I really loved this paper.
So what do you all think I should do? Rip it off (and spend hours and hours sanding and scraping and bits that I know will remain) and paint it the peacock blue? Any other creative ideas? I'm so over this so I don't want to spend too much time but I'm planning on selling it so I don't want it to be a piece 'O crap! HELP!!!