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Sunday, May 25, 2014

Just A Little More...

OK.  I went for Barn Read Ceramcoat.  I figured that, since Daisy was raised on a farm, she would approve.  If she doesn't, it can be painted a third time.

I was afraid of it looking "Christmas-y", but it seems to work now.  More contrast.  Everything was about the same value before.  Now it stands out, rather than blending in.

At lest Spike approves... Or maybe he is just hoping that this is where Daisy will store the Kibble.
I ran across this bead mandela yesterday while cleaning in the workroom.  I am thinking that, if I made it with smaller beads, it might make a great stained glass window.  I would also have to make it from the clear beads, rather than the opaque.  Just a thought.  Something else to distract me from cleaning...
I am doing pretty good on that count.  This is all I have left now.  I should be able to finish this today and officially have a (semi) clean workroom again...

Didn't I just do this about a month ago?  If at first you don't succeed, give up and do something that's more fun.  That's my motto.  Or it should be.

Walter is out playing golf, so I am going to go play in my workroom some more.  I will let the paint dry on the chest and shelves until tomorrow morning.

See you then.


Lucille said...

Good luck with the tidying up, Casey! I hate doing stuff like that and I'm also in the middle of a tidying up job in my pantries. I like to take reading breaks and immerse myself in historical novels or mystery novels. Sometimes the reading immersing break lasts longer than the tidying up! Looking forward to seeing the finished paint job!

12Create said...

I love the idea of using beads for the window. I think it will look great. I do hope you have a go.

Giac said...

Hello Casey,
It is all looking great. I love the new red
Big hug,