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I have seen you work all over blog land! You rock girl…it’s amazing. You have a true gift. I am your newest follower! I am thinking of trying the stencils …please come check out my kitchen makeover and tell me where!!! :)
ps: meant “your” !!!
I Love your stenciled table, actually I love all the crafts you have done. We,(my husband, son, and myself) just moved into our new house and are trying to decorate it for cheap. I love DIY projects and rustic styles so of course I fell in love with your blog. I read about your free stencil contest and would love to win the Vintage Paisley stencil, or the stencil you used in your table project. Thank you, and keep the projects coming (:
I like the gabrielle damask. Thanks. Love your work.
I really like the paisley one – and I have a table so I’d love to try the technique that you used here!
I just wanted to complement you on all of your projects! I’m an junior in college and have been inspired by your blog to go out and salvage old pieces of furniture for an apartment i’m moving into shortly that is totally unfurnished. You have so many great ideas and each project you post is so entertaining to read. Your blog is a frequent stop for me when finding free time at work. I’m so glad you’ve made time to post all these things. I love it!
Thanks so much Chelsea! I’m glad that I am able to inspire you AND distract you at work, lol. Two birds, one stone. But seriously, your apartment will look amazing and unique and you will have spent pennies! Feel free to ask me any question along the way and share pics of your finished pieces!
I will never look at Goodwill furniture the same way. Love your unique sense of style and your candid commentary…
Ashley, I’m a fairly new follower and have to tell you I love what you do! I really love your
laundry room and your ceiling fans. I’m impressed that you watch your budget and figue out a way to do what you want at a reduced price. I’m not very impressed when blogs show beautiful rooms and everything is bought at Pottery Barn; I could do that. It’s much more creative to figure it out like you do! I will be a faithful follower and wish you the best of luck!
I love your projects and I’m so impressed with your DIY thrift store skills. I have personally been doing the same thing for 30 years it started from a combination of need and want, now I’m just hooked on the challenge. I once did a small cheap French bachelor ‘s chest with your paper bag technique on the top and drawers. It looked like leather. You are very smart and will always have a beautiful home. P.S. I also used cloth diapers on my youngest child so I could afford to stay home.
Thank you! I love the challenge too, even if we won the lottery one day (which would be hard since we don’t play) I would still DIY things, just cause I enjoy it so much!
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