After completing the bottom half I was getting the hang of it. I loved that you could put it on any way you wanted, how ever much you wanted and then wipe it off making it look any way you want. It was the only part of the whole project I really enjoyed, So here are the pics I know you are wanting to see, the finished table and chairs.
The fabric on the chairs was changed too. I picked it out before finishing the table and chairs and could not have imagined it matching so perfectly. I am beyond pleased with how it turned it!! All I did was take a cushion with me to Hobby Lobby where they cut enough fabric for me to wrap them. I washed the fabric and then tried ironing it before putting it on the cushions but I am so uncoordinated when it comes to fabric that it kept getting wrinkled when I folded and moved it to cut out the squares for the cushions. I thought I took pics of this process but I can't find any so I guess I didn't. All I did was cut enough to wrap around the sides and used mt staple gun to keep it in place. Since I'm not very strong with the staple gun I had to use a hammer most times to push the staple all the way in. Then I turned the seat over and ironed the fabric.
Here is the detail of my fabric. I have a wine themed kitchen and dining area so I chose this fabric.
One last picture of the final product. Please disregard the mess on the table, I'm trying to make a tent for my daughter. And the chairs have to be against the wall because my daughter likes to climb on them and stand on the table! Thanks for looking, I'm linking up here......