The Beginner's Guide to Painting Cabinets
If you're a cabinet painting newbie, the beginner's guide to painting cabinets will eliminate all of the guess work. You can do it! I believe in you!
The 5 Best Types of Paint for Kitchen Cabinets - Painted Furniture Ideas
When painting your kitchen cabinets, you will need a high quality paint that is durable and looks nice. Some of... Read more »
Hand painted Childrens Chair Time Out Chair by minisandmore, $55.00
Hand painted Childrens Chair Time Out Chair by minisandmore, $55.00 by latasha
Painted window ideasSOLD window ideaswindows and | Etsy
Window art ideas. ALL THESE WINDOWS WERE CUSTOM ORDERS. They are shown here to give you ideas for your custom order. BEFORE YOU ORDER MAKE SURE YOU ARE CLEAR ON HOW I SHIP WHICH IS DETERMINED BY SIZE OF WINDOW. IF YOU HAVE MORE QUESTIONS CONTACT ME PRIOR TO ORDERING. To gauge size the first window with shutters measurements are: windowal one29 3/4 x 31 1/4 shutters were 7" ea wide ********BEFORE YOU PURCHASE*******Refer to Shipping and Policies for more information by scrolling down on this…
“Time Out! Sit Your Naughty Bottom Here” Chair :)
Frustrated Mommies and Daddies this one’s for you. Not only will these chairs help your Little Angels “reflect”, it can also help you. Time-out helps to diffuse a situation an…
Personalized Children's Time Out Chair With Optional Timer | Etsy
Personalized Time Out Chair for the toddler or child that may need a little time to sit, reflect and think. The chair comes in 3 colors: Dark Blue, Green or Dark Pink. Childrens names can be added to the sides of the chairs seat at no cost. The kids may think seeing their names is neat. The static
Pattern youth chair hand painted children's furniture | Etsy
A brightly painted youth chair, sure to cheer up any eating area. Make your little one feel like a big kid sitting at the table in their own special chair. size: 14w x 11.5d x 31h #ChildrensFurniture
5 Unexpected Benefits of a 30-Day Exile from Facebook. ~ Lori Ann Lothian
When Facebook blocked my personal account for 30 days (no “liking’ or status updates, or posts allowed) my first reaction was fury, quickly followed by panic. Righteous anger flared because I’d ...