Wow! I'm so excited I'm getting views from folks all over the country. Thanks so much for taking a look my blog. Please come back often. I'd love it if you would post a comment-I'd appreciate the feedback. As promised, I have a new project highlighting a favorite color combination, pink and green. Let me tell you about the origin of this little piece. My husband and I own a small apartment house, and the tenants occasionally leave things behind-usually a huge pain in the patoody! By law, we must hold the items for 30 days, after that it's-see ya lata. But, we're a bit lazy and some of the stuff sits around in the basement. One night, thinking I needed to add a chair to a desk in my guest room, I had a vision of some chairs in a corner of the apartment building. I was up at six and heading over to see if they were as good as I imagined. Yup! They were! Well, at least one would do-four would be a bit much. One would be just unique enough for the guest room. Here's the beauty, herself. I tossed the seat cushion and back before I took the picture. Picture black paisley embossed vinyl.
My guest room is-you guessed it-pink and green. So I picked myself up a can of Rust-oleum Painter's Touch in green apple and went at it.
I'll let you in on a secret. Polka dots make my head swirl, I love them so. If they're orange; I just about die. But orange polka-dots are left for another day. Today it's pink!I've had this stapler for-I'll bet-thirty years. Santa, please bring me a Ryobi nailer/stapler. I've been very good!
Secret #2-Monograms, numbers, symbols, I love them all!
Hurray! A new chair for nothin' save a can of spray paint and a yard of fabic.