I’m so excited to share the bed that I found for our master bedroom! When searching for furniture I try my best to buy second hand. I’m constantly search Craig’s List, Offer Up, and Let Go. There are also the Buy, Barter, Sell pages/Marketplace on Facebook. They all come in handy because you never know what you’re going to find. So far I’ve paid $150 or less for each piece in our room. The things I find are not always in the best condition but that doesn’t mean I can’t make it work.
This bed I found using the app Offer Up. Ryan and I were able to drive down to Lake Worth and bring it back on our trailer. It had some rough spots on the wood and the cane, but I was certain I could hide all those imperfections with some paint.
The first thing I did was clean it off with some water and vinegar and then wiping it dry. I used every bit of the two-quart bag of Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint in the color Mora mixed with the bonding agent (there was a finish on the surface.) This was the largest piece I’ve worked on yet and it took me allll day! I needed two coats to cover the wood since the color was so light. I had to go back in with a tiny brush to get all the little hand carved areas covered, especially the feet. I love this color because even though it has a little blue/green in it, its such a pretty neutral.
I used some sandpaper to distress some areas a little and I love how it just gives the piece a little more dimension opposed from looking flat. Also, those hand carved areas, they just look so beautiful with some distressing and really stand out! To finish it off I used Miss Mustard Seed’s Lavender Scented Furniture Wax. I’m so obsessed with this scented wax!! I’m a sucker for anything scented lavender and this stuff smells so good!! I highly recommend ordering it.
Here she is in all her glory!! All she needs are the perfect nightstands!
This is my first successful upholstery project!! I’ve only had one other project that got a little carried away. I haven’t given up but I needed to move on to something else for now. I found this french settee on the app Let Go! I was originally planning to use it as bench seating at our dining table but the height ended up being too short. After we started shifting some things around our bedroom and the guest bedroom I realized it would be perfect on an empty wall across from our bed. I needed a place to throw all my pillows at night anyways so at least it’ll look pretty.
I painted the settee in Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint in the color Grainsack. I love this color so much because its such a beautiful neutral with a soft grey tone. I didn’t have to use the bonding agent because the wood felt pretty raw. The paint dry very well with a few chips here and there but that’s okay. I painted two coats of to get the color even all over. Then I distressed it with sand paper here and there for more of a worn look. The piece is definitely an oldie but goodie. I wish I knew the story of where it originally came from! To finish it the frame I sealed it with the clear furniture wax.
I had found an antique hemp sheet online and I was so excited to use it on a piece of furniture that would be in our home. I had trouble deciding between this fabric and some other check fabric I had recently ordered, but I just loved the simplicity of the sheet with its nubby texture and the soft creamy color with the paint color! It was just so soft and pretty.
I’m not going to lie, it took me a while to get the upholstery done right. There was even a point were I thought that I cut slightly too far and wasn’t going to be able to use this sheet for this project. I had to take a few days off from it because I was getting so frustrated. All I have to say is that it definitely helps to have a friend help you with holding and pulling. The second pair of hands can do wonders. A friend’s mom (Jeanie) who does a lot of sewing and some upholstery agreed to help after I called her telling her I was starting to pull my hair out (not literally.) She wasn’t sure she could help because she hadn’t worked on this type of chair before but she was willing to try. She was also excited to see how my SureBonder Upholstery Staple Gun worked because she was looking to get something similar in the future. I absolutely love my
staple gun! It works like a champ.
So anyways, Jeanie and I brought the settee over to her house and knocked it out in about three hours. I know that sounds like a long time but it was kind of a first for both of us and we’re SO happy with how it turned out! She helped me hold and pull the fabric in the directions that she that would work best and I did the stapling. I kept telling Jeanie how excited I was that I didn’t completely ruin the fabric, she was able to help me save it!! I really never realized how much fabric can stretch when doing projects like this. By the end of the day, all I needed to do was trim the excess fabric off and add the french gimp to hide the staples but I was going to save that for another day.
I found this table and chairs at my local thrift shop. Once I saw it I knew I could make it beautiful again and find it a new home once I was done with it. The first thing I did was buy CitriStrip paint stripper. I had heard some awful stories about different (strong & dangerous) paint strippers and I wanted to try to use something that I didn’t have horrible fumes. CitriStrip was wonderful to use and I would definitely use it again. I bought it at my local Lowes for about $12. It took about three coats and scraping to get all the paint off. This table had SO many layers of yucky paint on it. Once the paint was off I also used mineral spirits and medium-grit steel wool to clean up what was left on it, buffing it out in a circular motion.
Once the table top was all clean, I started my sanding. I went in my usual pattern (80-220-400-600). I didn’t worry about the pedestal or the chairs because I was going to use some paint that I had in my craft area from another project. I used the Valspar Furniture Paint in Sherwin Williams’ Salt Marshes. This paint was great for two reasons: its made to use on furniture and it leaves no brush strokes.
Back to the table top: I wanted to stain the top to match the color of the rushed seats and ended up choosing the color Early American from Minwax. I covered the top with three coats and then used my 320-grit sanding block to even it out. Lastly, I used my Miss Mustard Seed’s Antiquing Wax to give the top more of a distressed look. I love the finish that the wax leaves once its buffed out. It provides a nice smooth sheen and not anything that is super shiny like most polyurethanes.
Above you can see the before and after photos. Let me know if you have any questions about any of the products I used, I’d be happy to answer them!
As a promise to myself, I was going to start December off with a bang! As I write that sentence I realize we’re pretty much at the end of the month. I wanted to try to get a few pieces done this month. My first project on the list was the antique cherry desk. I’m trying to follow that whole FIFO (First In First Out) thing when I bring pieces home. When I saw this desk I absolutely loved the profile and I couldn’t wait to bring it home. I knew there was a lot of potential and the fact the it had extra storage was a huge plus.
I started off with removing the table top from the base and then separating the shelving/drawers from the table top. Then I sanded the table top down starting with an 80 grit to remove the varnish working my way through 220, 400, and then 600. The 600 grit makes the wood so smooth, but its important to take the gradual steps of using the different grits. For those of you wondering which sander has been my go to, it’s been my handy-dandy Black & Decker Mouse Sander! This little gadget has worked wonders for me and makes the job a lot easier. I’ll do a separate post review my sander for those inquiring. Once I was done sanding, I vacuumed and wiped down the surface with a damp cloth. I
chose to give the exposed wood a hemp oil treatment to show off the beautiful natural wood grain I uncovered. I personally like to apply the hemp oil with a paint brush so it worked its’ way into the grain. While I was letting the table top dry, I started working on the base. It took me a while to find the right color because the cherry wood had such a warm tone to it and I didn’t want to pair it with a color that was too cool. Being a turquoise girl, I decided to go with Kitchen Scale from
Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint. My husband Ryan was actually the one that convinced me to go with the turquoise. He can have a good eye when it comes to design. Since I didn’t sand the base down to remove the varnish I paired the milk paint with the bonding agent (from her paint line). In a previous post (dining table) I mentioned when to use this product. It took about two coats to get the color even. Lastly I used the clear waxed all over the desk and buffed it out to seal it.
When I was looking for new hardware, I was having a hard time finding the right size knobs (<1″D for the smaller drawers) to match new pulls
for the other drawers. I knew I wanted to go with an antique brass finish and luckily it the same finish of the originally hardware. I ordered these (link attached) 3″ cup pulls and I was lucky to get the last set before they sold out! I’m so happy that I kept the original knobs even though they’re a little worn out but I think it adds a little more character to the piece as a whole.
Lastly my mom helped convince me to line the drawers with fabric. I was originally looking for a plush velour but my local Joann’s only had black,
red, and dark green. I wasn’t thrilled with the color selection for this piece. I decided to go with a turquoise deer toile fabric I already had. I painted Mod Podge directly on the bottom of the drawers, then painted another layer on top, let it dry and cut the edges with my craft knife.
I’ve had this desk since October, and while I can’t believe I’ve finally refinished it, I’m so happy its going to a home where I’ll be able to see it. My best friend’s sister actually bought it from me and I know they will take good care of it.
I hope you all have enjoyed reading this post. Please let me know if you have any questions that I can answer.
Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays!
November has been very crazy. I try to do at least two posts/projects a month and this November I haven’t had the chance to work on anything. All I can say is that I literally can’t wait for December. There have been some big changes in my personal life and its giving me more time to focus on my blog and painting which I’m SO excited about. This month I’m going to try to get three project done. I have one desk that is made of solid cherry, a small armoire (I think its burlwood), and a dining set that consists of one large round dining table and it has four chairs with rushing (all in great condition!). The dining table looks like the previous owner had tried painting it before but it really needs some work. The hard part is going to be deciding which piece to start on first! So on that note, lets do a vote!!
I recently came across two awesome antiques at the local thrift shop. One was a beautiful writers’ desk in solid cherry and the other was a French Provincial style dining room table. I was excited to see that both were made of solid wood and very well made. I just recently finished up working on the dining room table, and boy is she pretty!
I first started sanding the top of the table down. Since it already had a varnish on it, I had to start with an 80 grit sandpaper on my Black & Decker mouse sander in order to get down to the wood. Next, I took 220 to smooth out all of the knicks that had been left from its’ previous life. This table had definitely been through some wear and tear. For the last two rounds, I used 400 and then 600. Let me tell you, that table top is as soft as a baby’s bottom! I wish I had used it on our breakfast nook’s table top. I also removed all the hardware from under the table to make sure all the old stains and markings were removed. It looks brand spankin’ new!!
After I was done sanding, I wiped down the surface with a damp cloth and dried it with my microfiber towel. Instead of covering the wood with a stain, I used hemp oil (for the first time) to showcase the beautiful natural wood grain. I poured my hemp oil into a small glass bowl and applied it with a paint brush. I wanted to try hemp oil on this table for two reasons: it’s organic and is a natural hydrant for wood, as lotion is for our skin. Hemp oil also does wonders on cuticles so if you wanted to apply it to furniture with your hands, go for it!
Now to the base: I painted the base and legs using MMS Milk Paint in Farmhouse White. It took about three coats to finally get the color even while making sure the wood wasn’t coming through. After a few days past and everything had dried, I took 220 grit sand paper to lightly distress the areas where the table would naturally wear. For the last step, I took MMS Furniture Wax in Clear and buffed it all over the legs, the base, and the table top to seal it. Here is the finished product! I’m so happy with the way this turned out! Let me know what you all think! She’s so pretty I’m going to have a hard time parting with this one!
From the moment I saw our kitchen for the first time, I noticed the empty space in the corner. My first initial thought was why didn’t the flippers continue the cabinets all the way down? I somehow had to fill the space. The previous owners had place a small breakfast table with a few chairs there, but the walls had so many scuffs from the chairs hitting. I’ve always loved the idea of having a built-in booth in the kitchen or dining space, and I instantly thought that would be the perfect solution to one: fill the empty corner, and two: having seating without banging up the walls! I starting looking for a round table that was about 3 ft wide, that could be butted up to an L-shaped seating area. After I searching for several months, everywhere from Wayfair to thrift shops, I had finally found a table on Craig’s List for $50. The only draw back was that it was about 60 miles away in Davie. I was up for an adventure, but I just had to see if Ryan was too.
I work at about the midway point between our home and Davie. Ryan and I came to an agreement that he would meet me at my office and we would drive down together to get the table after work. So that’s what we did. Once we met up the seller, we we’re very pleased with the quality and sturdiness of the piece. He said that the table had belonged to his mother, and that she had had it for as long as he could remember. He was happy to see it go to a good home and that a newly married couple that would get some use out of it. From the moment I saw the listing, I knew that I wanted to refinish it but after knowing how much this table meant to this this sweet man, I was even more excited to breathe some new life into it. We got home pretty late that night, but it was definitely worth it.
Now to fixing her up! As you can see in the photos, the table had a very orange finish all over. Since the table was going filling the empty corner in our kitchen, I wanted the table top to match the color of our cabinets. I started with sanding the top down to the natural wood, which took FOREVER. I had not done enough research on the different types of sand paper grit. I think I started with 180 or 220 which is much too fine for removing a varnish. I it took me a good two hours which is just ridiculous. I can say that my sanding these days has become much more time efficient! I should have used 80 than smoothed it out with 220. Once that was done, my father in-law came over to show me how to stain the top. This was the first time I had ever used a stain. I chose to use Minwax in Dark Walnut. I recommend using a high quality brush that is meant for staining, and one that will not have the bristles fall out. It’s a total pain trying to pick them off the wet table before it dries. I let the table dry until the next day (you can typically wait 4-6 hours).
Next, I used Minwax Fast-Drying Polyurethane Semi-Gloss Base to seal it. Again, use a nice brush with bristle that won’t fall out. You’re not going to want to pick them off. I wish I knew this before working on this project, I can’t stress this enough!! I covered the table top with one coat and let it dry for 6 hours. Then I sanded it down with 220 grit. HUGE MISTAKE. Learn from me, don’t use anything lower than 380 in-between poly coats. The stain started coming off, and I basically had to start ALL over. I stripped the top back down, re-stained, and added the new poly coat (not all in one day obviously). I was so bummed, but this is how you learn if you don’t do enough research before hand. I lightly sanded in between coats and added one more. I thought I was done. Great! Yay! Breakfast nook is complete!… Not so fast!…
Fast forward 6 months(ish). A friend of ours had built an amazing bar in their house from scratch. I couldn’t get over how smooth the wood surfaces was! I had to ask him what his secret was because compared to this, our table was still a pretty gritty. This bar was beautiful! He told me that he had used Varathane Polyurethane Semi-Gloss Base, and he actually let me borrow what had left over!. He said I would probably be fine to do 3 more coats since I had already done two before. So that night that’s what I did! Ryan helped me move the table into our back patio so I could finally finish this table right. I used 400 grit sand paper on the table top, wiped it down with a wet paper towel and then dried it. I had bought a really nice brush for this type of application from Lowe’s. I used my new brush and neatly coated the table top and let it dry. I was amazed at how FAST this poly coat dried! After waiting only 2 hours (opposed to 6) I was about to sand again between coats and add another. Make sure when applying the poly coat you’re going with the grain of the wood (VERY important). The next day I sanded one more top and added my last coat. Let me tell you, the table top feels SO much better than the first time I had tried using the sealer. I was finally happy.
Now to the pedestal, when I had originally finished the table top, I had also painted the pedestal with one coat of ASCP in French Linen, which in my opinion is the perfect greige. It’s such a pretty neutral! This time around, I added a second coat of the chalk paint and after it dried I used Miss Mustard Seed Furniture Wax to seal it. When I first started looking into chalk paint and the wax’s I assumed that the wax would make the furniture sticky. I was SO wrong! After doing much more research (and watching Miss Mustard Seed’s videos on YouTube) if you use the right amount, it doesn’t make it sticky at all! The wax is meant to help preserve furniture. Once I applied the wax, I buffed it out with my microfiber cloth. Milk and chalk paint both have very flat finish. The wax provides a beautiful satin-like shine. Once I let that sit for about five minutes I then applied the antique wax (see link above for furniture wax). I only added this to the detailed areas of the pedestal and the edges of the legs. I tried to really get it into all the crevices I could. Again, buff it out and let it sit. As mentioned before in the previous post, the wax takes about 30 days to fully cure so one must be delicate with the piece until then.
I’m so glad I went back to fix this piece up from the first time I had worked on it. The second time around has made a world of difference in the appearance. It looks so much smoother and richer!
So back to my wanting to have an L-shaped booth. That project is definitely on the to-do list when both Ryan and I have time; but for now, we’re just using the extra chairs from our dining table (when the leaf isn’t used). That is a project that I’m very excited about and I’ll keep you all posted on when that finally makes its’ way into the works.
Thank you for reading!
Hello all! After going through Hurricane Matthew yesterday and being off of work today, I thought it would be the perfect opportunity to finally write my first blog post!
I have been dreaming of this buffet station since we bought our dining room table. I knew exactly what I wanted: it had to be at least 5ft long, have drawers, glass doors, a somewhat coastal or farmhouse feel…and I knew it had to be blue/turquoise. I made daily trips to Home Goods and thrift shops…for over a year!! I was hoping to find either something that wasn’t too expensive OR something that I could refinish myself. I had my heart set on a cabinet I had seen several times at Home Goods. Of course, once I realized that it was what I wanted for my space, I would never see it again (in that color.)
On my lunch breaks & on my way home from work I would pop in and cross my fingers that they would have that turquoise cabinet. I was tempted several times to just purchase it in another color in hopes that it would look nice with our dining room table, but I never pulled the trigger. I wanted to have that “OMG THAT’S IT!!” or “I CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT IT! feeling. As months went by, I started to give up. As the frustration began to build, I decided I needed to put my time and efforts into something else. I was worrying to much about it. My mom likes to say when I have something on my mind or like something too much, I just suck the life out of it. I’m not sure if that’s a good thing or not, but I guess you can say that it means that I’m determined & that I don’t give up easily.
So, in the mean time, I decided to start looking for a light fixture to put over the dining room table. After spending a few hours online”window shopping” for lights, I received a text message from one of my best friends (Afton) who knew exactly what I was looking for (in a buffet table.) She sends me this photo while she was shopping at Costco:
“Would this work?” she asked. I asked her what the dimensions were….”OMG, IT COULDN’T BE ANY MORE PERFECT!!” I replied. It was over 5ft long (72″ to be exact), had drawers AND glass doors, and feet!! I knew it when I saw it. It was the one. It was built much better than the one I had seen at Home Goods with ball bearing drawers and it weighed a ton! It was also only $50 more than the other one! Costco only wanted $450 for this piece and after doing my research I saw that it retailed for well over $1,000 on Wayfair. Like many of you, I like to have that feeling that I got a great deal! Oh, and did I mention Costco only had about four or five of these pieces!? I kept telling myself (1) Good things come to those who wait and (2) What’s meant to be will be. This was obviously meant to be!! So, here we are. The piece is out of the box and I just couldn’t stop staring at it.
Here is a good picture of our space before when we brought the buffet table home. Ryan and I were both so happy with it.
When I had decided on the idea of having a buffet table on that wall, I knew I wanted to have shelving above it to display some of our serving pieces, wine glasses, & our coffee cups. The cabinets in a kitchen were starting to seem pretty cramped because they’re very shallow and the way we had all of our cups & dishes organized just wasn’t working. I new I needed to spread things out. I wanted to place the items in there that were pretty but not used all of the time.
I had always liked the look of these open shelves with the large iron brackets. They were industrial, heavy, & had clean lines. I found them on Etsy from Tired Trucker Designs & placed an order in the powder coated bronze. His work is awesome if you have a chance to look at his shop!
There is no way that those brackets are coming off our wall! We had purchased the wood at Lowe’s a while ago. The stemware rack was unfinished wood and came with all the screws to attach it to the shelves (also bronze.) I just needed to find cup hooks in the right finish. I thought I wanted bronze, but I ended up going with cup hooks in antique brass from Home Depot because they matched the cabinet’s hardware. I couldn’t believe my vision was finally starting to come to life!
I had wanted to try Valspar’s Furniture Paint because it could be tinted. I had previously used chalk paint on another project but I couldn’t find the color I needed. I had a difficult time matching the paint color to the buffet. What I should have done was just taken one of the feet off of the cabinet for Lowe’s to color match it. I picked up several paint chips from Lowe’s & Sherwin Williams the past several times we stopped in. I thought I had found the perfect match with Sherwin William’s Vintage Vessel, but for some reason they couldn’t get the paint mixed in that color so the next best thing was Salt Marshes.
I wasn’t happy with the color. It was much too light. I had also tried using Valspar’s Antiquing Glaze, but I just thought my application made it look dirty. I was just over all disappointed with how it had turned out so far. I also didn’t care for the raw edges of the wood on the sides. It just didn’t look finished.
After taking a break to figure out how I wanted to move forward, I made two decisions. (1) I wanted to add decorative molding to the front and sides creating more of a finished look. (2) Now was the time to try Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint. I had my eye on the color Kitchen Scale. I also had watched (all) her tutorial videos (she’s my Blog IDOL) & saw how you could easily mix the paints together to make custom colors at home. I had ordered a small 30 gram packet of Kitchen Scale from Amazon (I would die without Amazon Prime.) One night after work (I think it was Monday) I tested it on a scrap piece of wood to see how the color would match. It seemed to be a perfect match!
I had seen that the paint line carried what they call a “Bonding Agent“, which is a type of glue that makes the milk paint adhere to a surface that is not porous (a previously painted surface). Since I had already painted the shelves with the Valspar furniture paint I needed to mix it with the milk paint. If I had just painted the raw wood with milk paint at first I wouldn’t have needed the bonding agent. If I didn’t use it, I would have had the chippy look which I do like, but for this project it was not the look I was going for. So here I am Tuesday morning at work playing on Amazon (that ADD..) & I ordered the bonding agent one more bag of Kitchen Scale paint…should be here Thursday after work. Perfect.
Here we are on Tuesday night having dinner and we hear that Hurricane Matthew may be coming in our direction. Great. Another “hurricane.” Shouldn’t be that bad, right?? Well, it’s Wednesday afternoon & we girls at work are starting to freak out a little & we’re wondering if the office and schools are going to be closed. My first and ONLY thought…what about my Amazon delivery?! If they close the schools…that means the mail won’t be running. What the heck am I supposed to do with no power to keep myself busy?!! …My safety is not my first thought….it’s my PAINT! What’s wrong with me?! So next thing I know, I’m looking up the closest retail location that carries it. The closest location is in Jupiter, about 10 miles away from my house, but almost 40 from my office (I have quite the work commute but I try not to complain). So what I’m thinking to my self is, how the heck am I going to make it to the shop in time to get my paint? Their hours are 9-5 and I usually don’t get home from work until almost 6. Luckily, since everything was shutting down and the office let us leave early to prep for this hurricane, I shot straight up the highway to Gus & Max’s in Jupiter. My husband’s only instruction was to pick up enough food for us to eat during the storm. I’m thinking okay, I got this. I’ll go get the paint first and then hopefully all the food won’t be sold out. I can’t let him know that I put our shelves before our stomach’s. I gotta get in and out! No dilly-dallying!! So I make it to the shop & I walk in; this place is beautiful! I felt like I walked into a decorator’s candy land. There were all these beautifully painted pieces of furniture, slip covered chairs, home décor, & shelves full of beautiful paint colors! I was in heaven (cue angels singing!!). The staff was an absolute delight! We were chatting…I felt like I had already known them for years! Here I am, getting side tracked. We have a hurricane coming (a Cat 4, might I add), & I’m in a home décor shop. Again, what is wrong with me?! Okay, time to go (but I’ll be back!) and get food at Publix!
Moving on….talk about getting off track!
I got the paint, the bonding agent, AND I got the food! We’re good to go! Bring on the hurricane…now that I can keep busy and finish this project! My husband thinks I’m nuts (sometimes). I tell him if he wanted a boring life he should’ve married somebody else. LOL
So moving on. . What I didn’t say above was that Patti from Gus & Max gave me a little sample of the color Ironstone to help me lighten the blue, in case Kitchen Scale on one large piece was too dark. So here we are on Wednesday night, & I’m just ready to paint!! I’m not waiting for the power to go out, so I mix the paint (I used my KitchenAid Mixer) & I added a little but of Ironstone. I didn’t want to use too much because I was afraid of making it too light. Clearly, I didn’t use enough because once the shelves dried they were WAY too dark! I was so bummed…AND frustrated!! This is the second time the paint didn’t work out! I tried to tell myself not to worry about it & I would try again in the morning.
So here we are on Thursday morning ready for this hurricane to come through & I’m ready to paint & get this project done once & for all! This time, instead of starting with Kitchen Scale I decided to start with Ironstone. I thought it would be easier to start out light and keep adding the blue until it was darker enough. Let me tell you, that was the way to go! Once I painted all the pieces for the wine rack (I completely unscrewed it and painted each piece) & the two shelves, I let it sit for 30-45 minutes to dry. After that, I added a thin coat of Miss Mustard Seed’s Furniture Wax. I let that set for a few minutes, and then buffed it out with a recommended lint-free microfiber cloth.
Now that the shelves were painted & waxed, I reassembled the wine rack & attached it to the bottom shelf. Then for the LAST touch… installing the cup hooks! This was something that Ryan offered to help me with. We added six hooks, two rows of three. I was excited to display my coffee cups that I had purchased at Z Gallerie a few years ago because the design on the front is so similar to the doors on the cabinet. That’s it! She’s done!!
At the end of all of this, it may have taken a hurricane to give me the time to finish this beauty, but I’m SO happy that I can check this off my list (along with this first post!) Luckily, in regards to the storm all we had was a little bit of roof damage over our garage (from a tree splitting), but it’s nothing that can’t be fixed. It was supposed to be much worse. You can always rebuild your home but you can’t rebuild a life. Thank you for reading this (long) post. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I enjoyed writing it!!
I would love to hear your comments & what projects you’re currently working on! Thank you so much for visiting!
Until next time!
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