Friday, April 30, 2010

Studio continued…

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The redecorating is going – slowly, it’s weekend work. I can hardly wait to see it finished!

 

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The workbench had a lot to do with starting this project – it was originally in a computer repair shop and then it spent some time in the yard; I was so happy to have place to work I didn’t bother to finish the rough surface but it’s hard to clean. So it’s sand and spackle, sand and spackle.

 

 

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When the spackle is dry and the sanding is finished the bench gets a couple of coats of “Gripper” which is my favorite under coat. I used it on an old, stained maple bookcase under an off-white top coat – the stains and rust have never come thru and the bookcase lives under an evaporative cooler – nothing survives the cooler – and it looks just as good as the day it was painted.

 

 

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Outside my parsley “forest” has decided to bolt, every single parsley stalk is blooming and all of these plants came from one delicious flat leaf plant.

 

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Okay, time to get back to work – off to the salt mine!

 

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2 comments:

Denise said...

Thanks so much for the sewing tip! I think I will get some interfacing tomorrow. I made a mock bodice tonight and have a lot of fitting to do.Ahhhh!

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