I get asked all the time how to get nail polish off of things so I decided to start testing some of my theories. I started by painting my salon-quality nail polish on the wood floor and
then I tried using hydrogen peroxide, De-Solv-It and rubbing alcohol to get it off. I think you'll be surprised at which product got it off and how EASY it was! Click here to get the answer: http://askannamoseley.com/2012/08/get-nail-p....
Let me take you back a year. It's one of the hottest days of summer, but I have a "project."
I'm set up in my driveway, fair-skinned and un-sunscreened in the midday sun - with a
paintbrush and a new can of Paris Gray chalk paint, ready to tackle a $5 yard sale table.
We had been in our new house just a few months, and I was on a decorating tear. Inspired by the furniture facelifts I'd seen on blogs, I was ready to tackle some of my own with this "magic" chalk paint I'd been hearing so much about, not only online but at local decor stores, as well.
I bit - and I was bitten - by the painting bug.
They say paint is transformative, and I've learned just how true that is this past year. It has transformed not only my home, but my life as it's encouraged me to embark on a new creative and business venture.
Here are a few pieces I've painted.
If you want to read more about how I celebrated my paint-iversary, visit my blog, Atta Girl Says:
All you need for this unique mat is: shelf liner, hot glue, a knife and 175 wine corks. If vino isn't your drink of choice, or you simply don't want to work through so many bottles, visit a few neighborhood restaurants. Many bars toss their wine corks at the end of the night and would be happy to save a few for you! Learn how to make it here: http://blog.brightnest.com/2012/08/06/learn-...