So my internet decided to be slow yesterday, but Part 2 FINALLY finished uploading, and I’m excited to share it with you! In this video, I discuss prepping + painting the hardware as well as, prepping your furniture piece to be primed + painted. I hope you find it helpful, and I’m more than happy to answer any questions. Please ask them in the comments section so that if someone else has the same question, they can have the answer too.
Also, as I mention in the video, I’m certainly no expert, so I’d love to hear feedback, your experiences, and products you like and why you choose them. It took me hours and hours of research to decide what products to use – and even after all that, I was totally paranoid that I’d picked the wrong products, so I would love to hear about products you love and WHY you love them…I have a feeling this won’t be my last project. lol
So without further ado…let’s get started!
I feel like I should pay someone to write this for me, but for now, I’m a one woman show who hates talking about herself in a crowd. Lucky for me, I’m probably the only one reading this at the moment so that makes it a little easier. Basically, I’m a 38 year old homeschool mom of 3 turned cosmetology student born and raised in south Louisiana. Though I don’t write specifically about my faith, my life’s passion is to help women see themselves as Jesus does by doing life along side them and being as open and honest about my walk with Him as possible.
Most days, it doesn’t look super spiritual. It’s just me living my life while doing the best I can to get closer to Him. If I can just help ONE women see how beautiful, unique, and talented she truly is by sharing the mistakes, mishaps, and lessons learned, all this will be worth it. So I share a little bit of everything from homeschooling to travel to DIY and sewing projects gone wrong. Fashion and fitness. Wakeup and makeup. My motto is it’s okay to fail a little as long as you learn a lot. So you’ll see me write about a little bit of everything because through it all, He’s teaching me a lot.