My favorite ceiling painting gear and tips

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Well, what a difference a gallon of paint and a few hours makes! Here’s the very blue before I told you about in THIS post. Aaaaand, here’s the AFTER! As you can see, I was so excited about getting this completed, I snapped pics while the paint was still wet. But no matter… it covered […]

A super simple reclaimed wood old sign paint shelf

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On my continued Crap to Clean before Spring quest, today I’m taking you downstairs to my paint studio. Confession… I have not been reading my KonMari book (post HERE) like I should.  But that’s because I haven’t caught up to her suggestions yet. Goodness… I need a year off of life to do this thing […]

12 – on whiter walls, and not playing it safe

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Dear house,  It’s about time we had a little chit chat. You already know I’ve been battling to clean you up but good. We’re coming along nicely. But you’ve been continuing to taunt me in ways that have had me a little scared, and playing safe. Safe isn’t very exciting, is it? No. It’s not. In fact, […]

How to distress a new shelf into a dumpster find… with a video

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Today was deemed a family day, so I didn’t have time to work on anything home bound. And that doesn’t make for very interesting blog material… Something I’ve learned in the past 31 days of writing so much is to ensure there are pictures stored up, so a new story can emerge any time. I’m […]

Reclaimed wood number coasters for serious coffee drinker junkers

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With the quick approach of Crafty Affaire Market and my upcoming booth deal, I’ve been busy behind the scenes gathering all kinds of stuff. While I was creating a few new yardstick coasters for the sale (you can see them HERE), I had a little design brainstorm I had to try out. Serious reclaimed wood number […]

A milk painted pallet wood tray in tricycle

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When a friend asked if I’d custom make her a red tray, I kinda sorda listened. 🙂 She requested that it be around 18″ x 18″. So going through my stash of pallet wood, I came close and dry fit the above together. I never worry about the wood being too rustic. Using a good palm […]