When someone visits my home, there is bound to be a conversation that goes something like this, “I like that, where did you get it?” and I say, “I bought it at goodwill and spray painted it.” With the weather warming up, I have been busy spray painting things for the kids rooms, and figured now would be a good time to share my spray painting tips and tricks with you.
There is an abundance of color choices available today, and sometimes picking the right paint color can be an overwhelming process. But have no fear, I am here to help you do just that!! I have painted 11 rooms in our house so far, and wanted to share with you how to pick the right paint color from the start.
I would like to introduce to you my associate, Michael Smith. He is a fellow DIYer and we are always trading stories about our latest projects. Michael wrote this post a while ago, and in case you missed it I thought now would be a great time to re-share it. Here is a feature wall he created with his son. Enjoy! This project came from two different ideas. The first one; do you remember back when you were growing up? You had all the “cool things” you loved plastered on your bedroom walls. Sports figures, bands, actresses and actors, even models: you get the idea. What would happen when you ran out of wall space or your taste changed? You had to pull it all back down again and go spend more money on another poster or album cover. Read more
Happy Thursday everyone! I will keep this post short and sweet (just like me) and get right to the point. I made just for my readers, two free fall desktop wallpapers for you to download. It is super easy too!
Just follow along and I will walk you thru it.
I am here today to share with you the tale of two mirrors, both great makeovers that involved spray paint and stickers.
As I start wrapping up my series from the Mort Family Project, I would like to share a few more mini makeovers with you.
If you are new to this blog, you may not know that I will paint just about anything, and that now includes upholstery. Check out my first experience with the Mort Family and a pretty upholstery painted chair. Read more
Continuing with the Mort Family Project, I want to share some quick mini makeovers to some accessories purchased at my local Goodwill.
I found this plastic urn and it originally looked like this..Nice, but not quite right. I used flat black spray paint, which I think made it look more expensive and more like stone than molded plastic. Read more