Anyway, here's a very small transformation so I can participate at Kimba's today. Before I get to the pictures, let me first apologize for the horrible quality...it seems my daughter has "misplaced" the charger for my camera battery so I had to make do with my iPhone. Hopefully, you'll get the idea despite the poor quality.
I LOVE letters, words and sayings. My number one love language is the written word, and I *heart* seeing cute, funny and/or meaningful phrases. Since, as you can imagine, I spend ALOT of time in my laundry room, I thought that was the perfect place to post these little phrases and enjoy them.
It all started with your builder basic six panel white door (this is the door that leads to our garage)...
I recommend you NOT follow my lead on this next step! Seriously....I.Do.Not.Recommend.This!
I went to my local hardware store in search of blackboard paint. I live in a VERY small town, and wouldn't you know it, they only had it available in spray form. I REALLY wanted this done NOW, so I bought a couple cans and brought it home. I taped off the cabinets, washer/dryer, walls, floor, and ceiling with plastic drop cloths and began spraying away. Clearly, though I love the written word, I failed to read the warning on the can to use this product in a well-ventilated area. Let's just say I was VERY dizzy for quite awhile after completion.
BUT...Look what I got out of it...a big beautiful canvas to fill up with words to my heart's content...
I also tied a cute little chalkboard tag onto a basket I already had with a fabric scrap to hold my chalkl (These chalk markers from Michael's are the best thing ever!)
After letting the paint cure for 24 hours, I covered the ENTIRE door with (regular) chalk to "prime" the surface (see I can read instructions if I want to). Then the fun part...filling up the door with things that make me smile...
I have a million and one other projects on the to-do list, but Mother Nature is not cooperating. It is raining cats and dogs around here and most of my projects require spray paint. Let's just say I learned my lesson...I will NOT be spray painting in a fully enclosed room again any time soon.
For more fun DIY projects head on over to DIY Day at Kimba's.