Do you ever start out a project with a vivid image in your head and it turns out EGG-zactly as you imagined? Well, I didn’t quite make it this time, and the ending wasn’t quite the picture perfect vision I started with, at least when compared to what I first imagined. But, that’s O.K. More often than not, the end product is an altered version of the plan. Sometimes, it evolves. Sometimes, it, well, lays before you like a lump of dry clay that just wouldn’t form in your hands… and painting furniture is just like that sometimes!
This particular project involved these chairs:
School room seats. Hard seats. Hard seats that little bodies didn’t like.
So, Mom to the rescue. (Ha. Mom’s just tryin to rescue herself from the wiggles and unattached cushions that were prone to flyin around the room at the most unexpected and inopportune moments.)
First mission: Paint. White. Enamel. Sleek. Purdy…
(Have I mentioned how much I love this brush?)
for hand painting Panda onto back of chair.