I fell in love with the blue ranges on the Valspar paint chips.
It has taken me about a year to really think the project through as you can see. That was my first little sample can. I got three. For $9.99 each.
All last January through June I looked at the Delphiniums I planted. They were “Magic Fountains” strain, and as we move into fall they are still going. But these are flowers for next year. When I start to think of the Holidays coming, I feel like baking. But not in Pumpkin Spice.
This is a big project.
I’m going slow.
This is not an expensive project.
This is a roll up your sleeves and redesign an ugly duckling into something gorgeous.
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This is a project about kindness.
Imagine that you have a pumpkin spice kitchen and you want Delft blue and white.
I’m so happy with my new Purdy brush. They are the best, and I’m using a brushy style for the fronts of the cabinet doors using that chalk paint, but this brush is going to make all the difference in the finish I get.
It’s made here in America, and I’m proud of that fact.
I’ll be keeping you posted on a daily basis about how things are looking and how I am using my tools.
Ace Hardware gave me free brushes last fall when I bought some primer, and my first two cans of Satin finish Valspar in white for the walls.