I’m snowed in today so this is what I’m working on. Finally!
Let’s hope that by the end of the day my coffee table and my marriage are both still intact!
Hi Kathy! I'm snowed in too in WV but I didn't accomplish anything this great! Love it and your blog!!! Have fun and I hope the marriage survives!lol Sincerely, Jeannette
I'm loving this transformation!!!
Looks great so far! I was able to paint the little chalkboard table's legs white last night. It looks sooooo adorable now. I'll try to post it over the weekend!
It looks great! I love the black.
Snowed in as well... sigh DC UGH! Thats funny marriage in tact! Husband and I are ready to toss each other off the balcony hahaha I wish I had a project to work on.. What was I thinking? I shouldve hit up the Good Will immediately after the grocery store! Can't wait to see the finished product!
OOOh, Kathy I love the two-tone. Maybe I should have tried that!LoveVanessa
Sorry to hear you are snowed in, but hopefully that means you are getting some good creative time in!teri
That looks great! I love the black legs.Living in CA, I'd like to be snowed in once and a while. It's great you're getting some projects done!
Lookin' good! Wish I were snowed in. We'd love to see some snow!
Hi Kathy! That table is looking good and I can't think of anyting better to do on a snowy day. All it needs now is a fleur-de-listhingee. LOLGet hubby to help you for some good old togetherness. Yeah, right.hugsSissie
Snowed in? I feel your pain!Love the new look of your coffee table. It's stunning, and such an improvement!:)ButterYum
Oh, that's going to be soooo beautiful! I can't wait to see the completed table.
I love chunky tables. It's going to look so good when you are done! I also have to tell you I LOVE that crown that you painted white. It's to die for!!
I can't wait to see the finished project. Looks great so far. Hugs, marty
We haven't had much snow, but I sure could use a snow day to get stuff done!
Very exciting! I can't wait to see it. Looks great!XOXOJen
Hi Kathy,Oooo, I love the way it's turning out.You asked about the gel stain on oak cabinets. I think it would work beautifully. It's one of those things you have to work fast though. If you're doing a table/chair, or something with lots of little areas and legs, you can get into trouble with it becoming sticky fast. I think if you had some mineral spirits on hand to thin as you go, would be helpful.So if you're doing the armoire, put a lot on at once and drag it fast, from top to bottom, before it starts to thicken up. Tap it into the top and bottom cracks/seams and start dragging the whole length. Then maybe dip the brush into the thinner and keep going. Does that help? I hope so. Just remember it starts thickening fast! You can't be interupted at all! Let me know if you have any more questions.Kelly
Ha Ha~totally can relate to the marriage comment. I've got a coffee table that i'm waiting to paint also. Haven't even attempted it because it's too cold outside and HE would die if I did it on the carpet! Funny!
Looking Good.. I love that you always have something on the go.. Most people might sit by a fireplace and drink hot cocoa on a snowy day..:-)
Oooh Kathy I love the black!!! I bet it looks fabulous!!! I've been thinking of painting a chair in my front room black. I just can't make the commitment yet!!! Stay warm and have a great weekend!KarenMy Desert Cottage
I love, love, love that table! You did a GREAT job on it! We've been snowed in too. Hasn't the weather been CRAZY?Thanks for the comment on my blog. You are so sweet! Hugs,Liz
What's with all the snow everywhere? We got more of the white stuff last night also.Kathy, I was looking at your project and how it appears to be something you tackled inside your home. If I attempted a project like that inside right now, I would have more than just a table painted! My miniature assistant would make sure of it. LOLHugs,Liz
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