I keep saying that 2012 is a year for cHaNge. One of the first things I’ve changed is my front door! When we bought our home it was a country blue. I painted it red a few years ago, but this year I have been wanting a new look. Here it is before…
And now…the after picture! What do you think?
I bought some vinyl and cut out “Welcome” with my stencil machine. I am really pleased with how it turned out. To think–Leanne and I were able to tRaNsForm the door in less than an hour (during Garrett’s nap)!
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I wanted a new look for the exterior of our home. Check out what I did!
I ordered the supplies from Dyebrick (http://www.dyebrick.com/) After looking at their color panels we decided we would try staining our brick Rustic Brown. Starting out we ordered a “Sample Pot” which is roughly $11.00 plus shipping. Once the sample pot arrived and we tried it out in an conspicuous area we were ready to order enough for the front of our house. We then ordered the Brick Tinting Kit which is around $55.00 plus shipping. With no dilution the Brick Tinting Kit is 20fl.oz which can cover 162.5 sq.ft.
We ordered 2 and had some stain leftover. It took us around 15 hours to do the front of the house. If you have someone helping you, the time could be cut almost in half. It does take some time since you must stain one brick at a time. The stain is permanent and is guaranteed to last a lifetime so it’s definitely worth your time. We are 100% satisfied!
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Check out this old, beat-up table I got for FREE! Gave it a little TLC and see how it was TransFormed!
Needed to give the base some chunky legs…so I took some scraps from a 2×4, cut them, screwed them together, and made them fit at the bottom.
Used a couple cans of black spraypaint, sanded down random areas/corners of the table, and finally gave it a finished look using a glossy varnish.
And this is how it turned out!
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