Our Master Bath has been blah, outdated and utilitarian - topped off with a dark old green striped wallpaper. My poor husband spent an 8 hr day stripping it with a rented steamer, then
another patching and another painting (Valspar Desert Flower). In the near future he will be taking on tiling the floor and backsplash. The decor I hunted down at T.J. Maxx, Marshall's, Target, Lowe's and Walmart, all working off the theme of the flowered shower curtain. I made the window covering in under 2 hours with fusible tape, and made a watercolor painting of the flowers, cut it up and framed it in a random pattern. It is almost a shame to have to get going and go to work after getting ready in my "new" bathroom each morning.
Commented on Mar 10, 2013
@Sarah, sorry, I haven't been back here in awhile and just saw your question. This is the link
I have tried the crushed red pepper in the bird seed, and have tried putting vaseline on the pole that holds the feeders....any other suggestions? I will at times have one or two in the feeders, with 5 or 6 on the ground below...I dont mind them on the ground, but they've broken a couple of feeders already this year for me.... :(
Commented on Jul 09, 2012
I have heard that a collar like mechanism might help (ex. aluminum pie plate) something they
can't climb over on the pole...good luck (and that is the cutest bird feeder ever!)
This barnyard red dresser was purchased 6 years ago after we returned to the states after doing mission work in Mexico. It's always been a beautiful dresser. It just looks even better with the new coat of red paint.