I bought two of these children's garden chairs.
Paid too much, but just had to have them.
They will look so cute at the store.
(these are sold)
Here's a stack of lovely white table linens.
Can never have enough of those,
especially when you are fluffing them around displays.
More White Wednesday and
Braggin' on a Blog Buddy.
Here is another wonderful shoe nest done with my Vintage Baby Shoe tutorial ideas.
This one is by Tammy @ Decorating My Life.
Didn't she do a great job?
Be sure to go on over and check out her blog. Lots of sweetness there.
Here is a little red for you...
The next time you see these you will not recognize them.
(they will be posted on Pink Saturday if that gives you any clues.)
And what am I workin' on ya' say?
Here is a peek.
Here is one corner of my workroom.
After 26 years of teaching painting, (14 at this location) I am cleaning out.
We are totally changing my class/work room around at the store.
Purging, and it feels sooo good!
After we moved everything in this corner....
This is what we found.
Yep, you got it... a big leaky mess. The shelves, carpet, all wet. The door behind the shelves has been leaking and we did not know it. So, we are in the process of drying things out and seeing what the damage is.
Have you ever noticed that your project always turns into more than you expected?
Care to share any with us?
And here is another project:
These black shelves just have to go! These are really heavy, duty shelf units and I would just like to paint them, but, they are high gloss black paint.
SO, you furniture painters out here, I want them shabby white. What is the fastest, easiest, cheapest way to do it? (short of a miracle that is.)
You can click to enlarge and on the right side see what they are..
(The shutters are just screwed in as a shelf.)
Thanks for coming by, and for all your words of encouragement.
I'm joining these wonderful blogs for this weeks events.
Please go take a look around and see all the other projects.
Thanks to our wonderful and committed hostesses!