|Goodbye sweet Dry Sink. Pictures don't do it justice.|
I had my first official sale last night and it was to the nicest man. He actually has a resale shop but fell in love with my dry sink (above) and wants it for his own place. We talked for quite a while about painting and redoing furniture and he wants me to school him in the finer points of furniture refinishing. He said my stuff is so much better than the stuff he has seen on the market that he wants to pick my brain. :)
I can't describe how wonderful it feels to have someone appreciate what you love doing. I would love to do it full time someday but that's probably a pipe dream. In the meantime, I love that something I made beautiful has found a home where it can be appreciated!
Okay, here is a sneak peak at one of my next projects. This is a table that has been sitting in my office at work. I am refinishing this for my house.
|Project 1: my new TV stand.|
It will be my new TV stand. I am going to paint it the same colors as I did the buffet that holds my DVD's. General Finishes Linen Milk Paint on the legs and Java Gel stain on the top. I have fallen in love with General Finishes Milk Paint. This stuff goes on so smooth and it doesn't require a ton of sanding, the way chalk paint can. No brush strokes!
|Very happy to see the beautiful wood grain.|
And I am about to start working on this as well. This will be for the kiddo's room. The body will be General Finishes antique white milk paint (her choice) and the top will be their java gel stain.
|I am so excited to get my hands on this.|
In the meantime we found out today that we are going to be on the Tour De Coop this year. On April 30th people will be coming to our backyard to check out our Chickens and the coop area. I am so excited. We don't have that Pinterest fancy coop happening so I wasn't sure we are fancy enough. I love my chickens though and don't mind at all sharing the love with others. Expect more on this sometime around 4/30!
Happy Terrific Tuesday folks. Do you refinish old furniture or love chickens too? If so send me a shout out!