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Tuesday, September 30, 2008

More Spray Painting Adventures

This is so addicting --- almost as addicting as the computer. I am constantly on the prowl for things that I can paint. I even offered to use my red paint to paint a big U on the neighbor's head.... he's a big BYU fan and I am a Ute Girl!!!

I found this shelf (actually 2 of them) at a yard sale for $2.00 each.

After a little paint.... now I just need to hang them up.


And dang it I forgot to take a before photo of this.... I got this little stand from my grandma's house. It was brown - it had a few chips and scuff marks on it. Now it's red! I love it!

Oh and check out the clasp thingy... it's some Gothic creature... or maybe a lion???


Still on my list to paint...... all the picture frames in the living room that are a light oak color --- they will be going black, the nightstands in my bedroom that don't match each other or the bed will also be going black (my bed is black) and the door knobs from the entire house will be going from brass to bronze with a hammered finish. Now hopefully the weather will hold out long enough....... honey can you build me a paint booth???

6 comments:

Susie said...

Great job!! And, that's a great idea to paint the picture frames!! I can't wait to try this in my house!!

Annemarie said...

Everything you've painted looks SO much better now!!! Wow! I can't wait to see the rest of your creations!

Aubrey said...

SHERRI!! That table looks so awesome! It was cute before when it was wood, but it's fabulous now. I'm loving all the frames I painted black I just have to rearranve everything now so they can alll go on one wall. Too many ideas...too many unfinished projects.

Amy said...

I love the table, the color and everything about it is so cute. Great job!!

angie said...

The self makeover is amazing. I'm pretty sure it's made by Home Interiors cuz I had like 20 million in my house growing up. LOVE the red stand!

Erika said...

You are so brave to paint all that! It looks great!