I have been painting bricks. I’ve painted three so far. Want to see? I will be painting many more, as you can see, I have a lot, A LOT of material left over… The story starts like this. My husband had a heart attack right after Thanksgiving of 2015 and missed a lot of work… Continue reading BricksAndBrac
Oh, how this little table, I bought off of a local yard sale site, has brought me so much joy! It started as a very modest end table/night stand piece and I’ve given it so much personality. I am thrilled. Before I show you, I wanted to remind you that I painted this making my… Continue reading Foyer Table – Complete!
Chalk paint, not to be confused with chalkboard paint. The latter is what you apply on a surface to make it possible to write on with chalk and has the ability to be erased clean. Chalk paint is a grade of paint that is creamier than regular latex paint that can be applied to furniture… Continue reading Make your own chalk paint!
On May 25th, I designed and placed an order at Mixbook.com for 30 invitations. 30 INVITATIONS That was it. Maybe that’s just it, my order wasn’t big enough or pricey enough…whatever the reason, I am pissed. I’m pissed because I was expecting them June 2nd (according to Mixbook), maybe June 3rd. When they didn’t arrive on… Continue reading Mixbook Mix – Up
Today, I’m going to teach myself Java while sipping Java… In the early to mid-nineties, my husband bought me my first Windows based computer. It was a monster with a monster price! It was a huge clunky desktop with a bulky monitor and it came with one of those old-timey printers where the paper had… Continue reading Java on Java
Yup. Couldn’t afford the tile I wanted and I really needed to update my backsplash. So what’s a girl to do? Google, of course. I googled “Can I paint my backsplash to look like tile?” and This Happened. Here’s how it all went down: Back in the summer, I decided I wanted to update my… Continue reading I Painted My Kitchen Backsplash
FREE! Yes, FREE! I need to create a clientele, portfolio and gather references. I love to put things together. There’s something about that feeling of when things just mesh and in some instances, contrast. The colors, materials, styles, how they feel and look when put together. I prefer working with interiors, rather than fashions, though… Continue reading Free Style and Interior Advice In Exchange for Building My Portfolio