1. Just Add Plant!
A stool versus an armoire for example.
And some techniques are just faster than others.
Although there is a time for layering, distressing and experimenting with paint,
sometimes it's just good for the soul to get something done,
start to finish...and bask in the success!
I don't get much time to paint for myself, so when I can,
I squeeze in a project here and there that I can complete
quickly and easily, but with the hope of maximum impact!
Here are five such fabulous projects
to inspire the DIY Weekend Warrior in you:
lurking about the shed, yard or garage, right?
It's not just me who keeps random, old stuff that most people dump, right?
You can always pick one up for $1-$2 at Salvos.
On a whim I gave some river rocks a quick coat of
Lumiere Metallic Paint in True Gold and I'm so glad I did!
What a fantastic result and an unexpected addition...
Bonus? They're back in fashion in interior styling so you
no longer look like the crazy-jungle-treehugger
if you have them scattered about your home.
This is a ponytail palm (Beaucarnea Guatamalensis) and
the label promises me I can't kill it.
It was $26.99 at the local hardware but
I've seen them at Ikea for a lot less.