One dry afternoon

Here’s what I accomplished in a recent rare DRY spring afternoon:

Formerly gold frames spray painted white.

Formerly gold frames spray painted white.

The smaller frame still had the glass and backing, so I put it back together.  Added a pretty piece of scrap book paper because I don't like 'blank' frames (unless they are also backless!)

The smaller frame still had the glass and backing, so I put it back together. Added a pretty piece of scrap-book paper because I don’t like ‘blank’ frames (unless they are also backless!)

WHITE PAINT MARATHON!  Some of the  'brush painted' items still need a second coat.  Still not bad for a single afternoon's work!

WHITE PAINT MARATHON! Some of the ‘brush painted’ items still need a second coat. Still not bad for a single afternoon’s work!

This is the 'orphaned desk top'

This is the ‘orphaned desk top’

Close up view of how Michael attached the top to the rusty leg base.

Close up view of how Michael attached the top to the rusty leg base.

 

Nice and secure!

Nice and secure!

Attached, sanded and ready to paint!

Attached, sanded and ready to paint!
Care to guess what COLOR it will be painted?

Care to guess what COLOR it will be painted?

And NOW, I wait patiently for the NEXT dry day to finish up all of these projects!

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  1. You certainly are a very productive person! I especially love the frames.


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