This bench was sprayed aqua inside and painted a blue green on the outside.
The wind came up and I had a very 'happy' sprayer of antique white in the spray chamber!
I'm very happy to share my stuff. I have LOTS of glue and crayons and paper to get us started.
Their mum was a kindergarten - grade one teacher and I grabbed her art book. If kids can learn to draw so can I! I also have some pattern books for tracing and 'ta heck' with colouring books. I'll scan, enlarge and print on the scanner. I've been saving paper for some time! But I also found a book by InkStainswithRoni at Michael's. Roni's blog is all about 'how to' so this should be most helpful as well.
Now today I have a run to see the kiddies. Josh is awaiting his new winter long johns! I hope he likes the cars on them. Although I could have got pink 'beauties' for his sister she has claimed and is only too happy to wear the old Thomas the tank ones!!!
My, the seasons are flying along and now so must I!
The Rooster sawed off the top shelf and with Ds's help we got it up! I'm definitely not going to be putting the thread all back where I had it as I wouldn't reach it. My guys were saying it wouldn't fit and they know all about my math skills. LOL But it did come from there! I was just a tad alarmed at how high it actually went. ;^)
In the mail was also a book I've been waiting for. There is a lot of talk on the DIY blogs about Amy Sloan Chalk Paint and I found a Canadian supplier and I'm drooling over her book and lovely colours and techniques.
And to top things off a visit to the thrift shop got me another white pitcher with its bowl. This is very lovely.
I brought one grandchild home and we are having a work bee outside so no playing till next week!