Thanks for being patient (cough Deanna cough... just kidding, hot stuff)!!
So this is the table before:
Step 1: I roughed it up. On the table top, the paint was really peeling and cracking bad, so I completely sanded that. The legs, sides and drawers, I just sanded lightly.
Step 2: Paint. I choose a blue. I used a brush. Wasn't rocket science.
Step 3: Paint 2-3 coats.
Step 4: I brushed a stain on (dark chocolate brown). I brushed it on the entire piece vanity. After I applied everywhere, I wiped off in the order I applied. I did this twice. I wanted it to take better in the grooves.
Step 5: I was bored. It was so solid and so blue. So I was at Joanne's and found some great paper. Since I heart Mod Podge, it was perfect. I made a pattern with regular paper and used it to cut the scrapbooking paper. The drawers were a piece of cake, the front piece was bigger than the paper, so I had to match the paper the best I could. I put a coat of Mod Podge on the front of the vanity, then on the back of the paper and stuck it on. Waited 30 minutes and applied a coat of Mod Podge to the front. I did 3 coats over the top.
Step 6: I VERY LIGHTLY and with a very LIGHT GRIT sand paper, sanded over the paper.
Step 7: I used the same stain over the paper. Wiped it off. 3 times.
Step 8: I used a spray paint poly top coat, sprayed the whole thing.
Vanity: Free (Thanks Grandma Bird)
Stain: already had a can, couple bucks?
Top Coat: Already had it (everyone should, same with the stain, so handy) $3
Scrapbooking paper: 3 sheets 3/$1
Time: Total, about 2 hours of work. 3 days including waiting and setting times.
I painted it with the same Blue paint. Tape it off. Paint 2 coats. Rubbed same stain on. Sprayed Poly spray paint.
Mirror: Free. These mirrors are so easy to find at garage sales and DI, but this was also Grandma Birds.
Paint & Stain: Same from the table, spray paint works awesome on these mirrors though.
Time: 20 minutes.
The Final Products!!! I love them They turned out great!!!