Careful what you wish for

After worrying about my talents wearing thin, I am getting lots of chances to work on them. It always seems to come in waves. Here are a few of the things I've been doing. First I've started refinishing a high chair for my adorable nephew. It is taking quite awhile because it has been so humid here the paint is not drying very fast. I have sanded, primed. painted, and painted again. I just need to finish up with the sanding. Lincoln Rosco Ryan
Second, I am still searching for a pot for my living room branch. I havn't found the right one yet( I'm being very picky ).

Third, I have an old metal pale I'm painting for Joyce ( Chris's sister ). I'll post when done.

And last, I ended up making some baby shower invitations last night. I was working with mass quantities(100 ) so I tried to keep them simple. I love doing all of these things, I just need to learn to space them all out a little!


Darilyn said...

I love that you are posting your projects. I no longer need to subscribe to any home magazines. Just keep your ideas coming and that will be enough to inspire me. yesterday I saw an old high chair in the barnasium on mt. tom. I thought of you. If you need another I can probably confiscate it!

sheri said...

When it rains it pours! I'm excited to see your finished projects!

Bridget said...

ah, so you did those invitations. very cute! hey if you ever want to come over and make cards or scrapbook (do you do that?) let me know.

Chris said...

Merilee, you know you rock with your craftiness. You can do anything you want to. I love you. Have a great day.

jaust.me said...

I love your stuff. But, what I really love is your husband posting to your blog. David wouldn't even think to read mine. This will be addressed further in my comment on your next post. I really should have read these in order, not backwards.