Painting Queen

I have a problem. And I’m hoping I’m not alone.

I paint stuff. Almost
every.
single.
day.

Yesterday I painted…

*Two lamp bases (my mom was going to throw them out and I thought I might be able to spruce them up. Now I just need to find some cute lamp shades.)

*A wooden picture frame for the bedroom

*Cabinet pulls that go on our bedroom furniture – transformed from ugly shiny brass to a brushed nickel

Is anybody else like me?? Painting is just such an easy way to transform anything for cheap…and I’m addicted!

5 thoughts on “Painting Queen

  1. Ah, yeah, ah, well, no. I don’t. I hate painting. BUT, it is the best way to unify, fix, beautify or correct stuff that is for sure! I used to paint more, now I will probably bribe my husband into doing it for me. There is definitely satisfaction in starting with something not quite right and with a little effort you have something that looks good! I just don’t like the prep, process and the mess. Love the result!Have fun with your paint can! Oh, I used to (like 17 years ago) have a paint that was called Flexstone. It gave everything a stone look. I flexstoned everything, even dated tile! That was great fun and actually looked good too!

  2. Me too me too, I paint an awful lot , ok not everyday but a lot, like today , yesterday , I was just getting my gear all together, I want to paint a mirror frame in the family room, it needs to be black matte black. I have quite a list these days, the living room, the trim in Sophie’s room, mirror frame, old stool steps, Sophie’s wall repair areas(filled some holes) ,my bathroom walls need a freshen up, a few doors, some trim in the girls bathroom, my kitchen ceiling, I like small projects better than big, oh and the brackets I moved from the kitchen to the living room, I always a have a paint brush at the kitchen sink drying, always.

  3. Oh boy, I hear you! Especially spray paint! I painted two tables this past week, and had red spray paint all over my arms that wouldnt come off! Someday I’ll get smart and wear some gloves! Or a face mask, breathing that stuff is nasty.

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