The perfect example of a stripped veneer project. This was definitely heading to the dump - however, HAD to be saved! Can you not see the potential? Show your husbands and change their
vision on curb shopping haha! Some elbow grease and tlc and you can use your pay cheque now to celebrate with dinner and some wine!For more fun and inspiration - come follow us on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/gypsybarn #beforeandafter
A thrifty find was this horse head someone with a, um shall we say, different sort of decor sense, spray painted bright lime green. I mean seriously, what could they have been thinking??
Now some of you would have looked at it and kept on walking. Not me, I looked deep into his eyes and sensed sadness. This once mighty stead was destined for the glue factory. He was humiliated. His honor was covered in a fugly paint job. Into my cart he went! I was determined to return him to him his pride and glory.
Does anyone have any advice on how to unfrizz a porcelain doll's hair?I am not sure if the doll's hair is human or mohair or something synthetic.I would try a curling iron but I am afraid
that the hair might melt if it is not real.I am thinking that the hair would not be real.I don't have the doll yet and only if I can figure out how to fix her messed up hair would I purchase her. Thanks so much!L:)
Commented on May 10, 2013
Look up doll hospitals to see if you have one nearby or can email one. Good luck. Frizzled