Goodness, where does one start when they’ve been away too long and there’s too much to talk about? Do I share workshop wares? What customers are doing? Shop happenings? Or all the project files, piling up with dust on them?
It doesn’t help, abandoning ship for almost a month… There was prom
and graduation from High School – it took my full attention, the 45 minutes before the ceremony started, to watch the jumbo-tron so I could catch her picture…
The last of High School soccer wrapped, a disappointing end, but thankfully for us we will still be able to watch her continue on at the collegiate level
I’m sharing this cute little rocker that I painted pink a while back – a PINK post in honor of my daughter growing up – from child rocker to college dorm!
The pink is American Paint Company’s Powder Room, one first coat painted on the whole rocker.
Then the second coat was a mere wash of Powder Room, but also some American Paint Company Uncle Sam, their brightest white, watered down and brushed lightly over the top.
When everything was dry I gave it a light sanding, and then brushed on a coating of American Paint’s Topcoat Finish. Topcoat Finish is APC’s alternative to wax, and offers harder protection for your painted finish – perfect for tots.
Sweet, simple rocker. It didn’t take long to find a new home 🙂
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