Summer breaks are some of my best memories of being a child. We spent most of the daylight hours outside building and bonding. Now that I'm a grownup I want to create some great memories for my grandkids. This super easy portable sand box project is one for them.
We purchased an older home, a 1956 fixer upper. It is a solid built red brick ranch style house with 1970 popcorn ceilings. Almost two years into this project of fixing up our retirement home I reached the point I thought I was ready to do something about the ceilings.
We moved into a fixer upper that had some 1970's plaid glued down carpet in the kitchen area and I couldn't wait to get rid of it. The problem is there was a long list of things that needed to be done first so we found a solution that wasn't hard, was fun to creat and looks great. Find out how we removed the glued down carpet and used paint to creat a one of a kind masterpiece.