Sharing a sweet little re-do with you tonight. Actually, it’s really not little. This one is heavy. Very heavy. But wow, does she look pretty now… Continue reading
Category Archives: Tutorial
Black Milk Paint Vintage Record Cabinet – Updated!
Remember this little cabinet? It’s a vintage record cabinet, stained in an awesome shade of orange-y orange. I debated over two paths with this piece… Continue reading
Revived by Delia: Next Stop On The DIY Blog Tour!
I have been blogging for about a year. It has been amazing on so many levels. I have met so many great people who have been so supportive in this endeavor. But I was asked if I would be willing to come “on tour”… what an honor… Continue reading
Tavern Green Milk Paint Chair
I picked up this oak chair ages ago with the intentions of redoing it quickly. Finally the other day, I pulled it out and gave it the attention it deserved! Continue reading
Updated Dry Sink – Spring Paint
This next redo was an attempt at willing spring to arrive more speedily – it’s a nice pastel green, that means it must be nearly spring, right?! Continue reading
This chair was the definition of why I do this – it was dusty and forgotten and needed a little revival! Continue reading
Mix Any Color Milk Paint – A Tutorial
In my last post, I promised to share the mindblowing discovery which led me to achieve the perfect shade of aqua for my Beachy Sofa Table Redo. My customer wanted a beachy aqua shade with a chippy finish… So? Milk paint, right? How to achieve the right shade? Or ANY other color under the sun!… Continue reading
Packing Up the Holiday Flower Bulbs – A Tutorial
I do NOT have a green thumb. In fact, this is the first year that my Christmas Amaryllis has bloomed, so I would like to do my best to keep this puppy around for next year! With that being said, I’ve done some research and saving the bulb from the Amaryllis seems to be pretty easy… Continue reading