I’m going to get to into the meat of this particular post, but I’d first like to notify you that I’m thinking about moving to a five day a week posting schedule for the summer. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday are looking like they might be the winning days, but I’m not sure yet. If you have any input, please feel free to post a comment! I’d love to know what you feel about this.
Now…. ON TO THE POST!
Before I even poured my coffee, I had the first coat of paint on the inside of the night table for the guest room. Those of you who know me in real life will understand how desperate I am to get this room done! Working on it sans coffee! Wow.
While I waited for the first coat to dry, I scooted to the kitchen, poured my coffee, took my first sip, fed the cat and then boogied outside to water my garden. I’ve been neglectful of it, and I’m afraid it shows. My poppies, which were showing so very much potential, seem to have all disappeared. I’ll know better next time!
Then it was down to the basement to work on some of the other projects. Like painting these plastic overlay pieces. These started out life as square overlays from Dollarama. I trimmed them down and cut them into quarters on the diagonal.
And sew the hem to the box-pleated bed skirt.
All of this while doing laundry, watching movies and chatting with the Ogre. Multi-tasking at it’s finest!
With the overlays dry and the last stitch done on the hem, it was time to take all of my toys upstairs and really get to work!
It was also time for another cup of coffee! ‘Cause our house runs on love and strong cups of coffee. For real!
Coffee in hand, I went back upstairs and added DIY bed risers to the frame for the double bed. They are nothing more than 2″ X 2″ X 6″ with a large screw set into the center to join to the foot of the frame.
I moved on to covering the headboard I had built out of leftovers. There are lots of tutorials out there on how to do this, so I won’t bother to show you the fifty-zillion staples right now.
Once the headboard was completed, I attached it to the bed frame and set up the box spring.
Next up was my possibly most disliked household chore! I broke out my iron and spent far too much time running it over the bed skirt. Am I the only one who detests ironing? I know it’s needful, but really…
The room’s really starting to come together! There’s a lot to still be completed, but these are smaller projects. It’s so nice to have the big things done!
I hope you’re having a great weekend and being as productive (or not!) as you want to be!
I’d really love to see your comments on the projects I do and the ideas I have. I learn more from critiques than praise, but, honestly, I adore praise (and who doesn’t?).
Thanks for stopping by.