The Garagemahal is overflowing with projects right now. I mean seriously overflowing. The picture below was taken before the last load was put in there.
The riding lawnmower doesn’t fit in there right now! Hubby won’t be happy if this continues.
What that means is I have to get myself busy early in the mornings and late at night. Why you ask? Well it is currently 100 degrees during the middle of the day here in
the Sahara Texas. Paint will not dry properly when above 80 degrees so I figure right now I have about three hours a day to work.
My shopping list for the weekend included some interesting items so that I can get busy.
Project number 1- finish these beautiful French Provencal end tables for my buddy, The Social Planner. She has been patiently waiting for them and I feel guilty every time I go over to her house. Her bedside lamps are literally sitting on the floor. I got one coat of paint on them during the week so another coat of paint, distressing, glazing and poly will end this one. They have beautiful marble tops waiting to go on them.
Project number 2- finish my china cabinet. My first attempt spray painting was a disaster. Hubby sanded it all back down for me and I get the opportunity to begin again. This time with a brush. Yippee. My sweet secretary is ready for all the stuff to be picked up off the floor in my office that I keep promising is going in the cabinet. Two coats of paint, distressing, glazing and poly should save it from the disaster it is right now.
Project number 3- The Social Planner’s entertainment center. This piece is a beast. 2 coats of paint, distressing, glazing, poly. There are two rounded shelves that go on either end of the piece too.
The good news is that project 1,2, and 3 are all going to be the same color. I can work on them together in stages. I hope I can get projects 1-3 done this week.
Also waiting in the wings is a French Provencal dresser for my guest room with a mirror and headboard. Still waiting for inspiration on this one. What color should they be? Help me!
I need to upholster the chairs for the dining room
this awesome fabric
and finish the sewing machine cabinet turned cooler for the back porch in a bright blue ( the picture below is my inspiration- but my blue will be deeper.)
before I start painting the armoire teal, making a burlap covered bench and turning a bed into a bench for the back porch. Oh and I have some end tables that need to be sanded, legs painted bright green and top stained too. Finally, I have this sad chair that my dad rescued. It is going to look so cool. I already have the perfect cushion for it.
We have a lot going on as you can see. Does anyone want to come and paint with me from 9:00 pm until midnight? I have bug spray and a fan!