More spring bulbs are up and now the flowering cherry trees are in full swing too. A few of their branches dress the birdbaths and grace our table. "Gudoshnik" tulips in our front yard
will be popping this week and the single and double-flowering Kerria shrubs provide a bright splash of yellow amid all the new green spring growth. A whole day ahead of me to spend in the garden, my idea of nirvana.
Cutting Edge Stencils Gives Simple Steps To Paint A Shower Curtain Using Stencils
Welcome back, my little DIY darlings! Are you excited to discuss a stencil idea that will
absolutely blow your creative little minds? It's actually something so easy and simple that you're gonna slap yourself right upside the head saying "Why didn't I think of that before?" Start out by envisioning your bathroom. Now does something seem like it's missing or doesn't complement your existing decor? Cutting Edge Stencils wants you to consider using our stencils to create your own shower curtain! We can show you how it works to ease you into the idea! Challenge accepted? Cool! Let's begin...http://blog.cuttingedgestencils.com/learn-how-to-stencil-your-shower-curtain.html
I wanted to give a few examples of inexpensive options for beautiful countertops.
Here are three that we have done recently.
The first is a reclaimed top that was on its way to the dump. We refinished it and added it to an antique dresser base to make an island in our kitchen.
The second option is high gloss Laminate... by using a squared off edge instead of the rounded edge we were able to get an appearance more like granite. The example I am showing is also from our kitchen.
Option three is porcelain floor tile.
I recently redid my parents kitchen and used 12"x24" floor tiles for countertop. The surface must be prepped properly and be level. It turned out beautifully. Using large tiles minimizes grout lines. I used a grout very close to the tile colour. We only needed 16 tiles for the whole project.
Link to our kitchen: http://cynthiaweber.com/hoop-top-house/
Link to parents kitchen project: http://cynthiaweber.com/the-big-reveal-my-pa...