Thursday, July 7, 2011

I Decided To Jump In Head First...

and tackle a few large kitchen projects.

As much as I loved my colonial red cupboards, I thought it was time to lighten 'em up!

I picked up Rustoleum's Cabinet Transformations kit and hit the floor running!


I decided on the color "English Cream." Here's a sample of it...


I also have "samples" of it on my knees, arms, hands and face.

Since I haven't won the lottery or pulled 7 grand in change out of our couch cushions for granite counter tops, I'm going to use Rustoleum's Countertop Transformations.

So I'll be scarce for awhile. But I promise when I'm done, I'll share before and after pics with you.

If interested: Here's the direct link to my Rustoleum Countertop Transformations tutorial.

Oh! And here's an update on Steve the Chipmunk.
Today I saw him run down to the creek in a Speedo carrying an inner tube.

Remember to enjoy nature!
:> )


Lynn @ Painting Thyme Needfuls said...

Good Luck.........a LOT OF WORK........but so worth it!

Ali said...

I vote you join Steve at the swimmin' hole.

Angela said...

Can't wait to see the transformation. I have been thinking on those same lines, but am a little chicken to tackle a job that big. Would love doing my countertops. Good luck!

bayrayschild said...

Hi Peanut!
I'll be sitting on the edge of my seat just waiting to see that transformation!

Hugs, Audrey

jennifer768 said...

Oh my that is a big job !I think you need to lasso Steve into helping you.Can't wait to see the finished project.Hugs,Jen

Cat Nap Inn Primitives said...

I can't wait to see your new kitchen redo...oh and you wear those colors well..tell Steve the chipmunk hi for me..have a wonderful weekend..:)

marly said...

You crack me up. Can I send my group of munks to spend the summer with Steve? I just saw the commercial for these new Rustoleum products - can't wait to see the before and afters.

Susan said...

Make hay while the suns shines, Gal. You are quite motivating. Did you remember to take before shots? I usually forget pictures until the project is done. Keep us posted. YaY!

Dogpatch Primitives said...

can't wait to see the results~!

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