Hello on this winters afternoon!
I am a bit excited to share my current transformation with you all as it involves a rocking horse form!! I have received a number of messages asking how I achieved the weathered concrete/stone finish, so I thought that I better get cracking and do a blog post / tutorial on this gloriously fun and effective finish.
Ballarat Heritage Weekend is upon us already and what a weekend it is shaping up to be, Saturday is set to pull out all the stops and bring us some sunshine in […]
I get asked so often as to the difference between Milk Paint & Chalk Paint and how the 2 paints compare. It is a great question and an important one, as what you […]
Pigeon holes are so versatile and handy .. I love those little cubbies where you can store all sorts of goodies & knick knacks and have them on display. Recently I came […]
I hope I am not starting to become predictable here, but I am totally crushing on old workbenches at the moment!! So when I find one that is unusual and needing some […]
I cannot believe how fast this year is going. And how slack I have been in sharing some of my more recent transformations. So today I thought I would share with you […]
With the last few days here in Ballarat it seems pretty undisputed that winter is well on its way. I know a lot of people really dread the […]
Sometimes I find myself taking on some projects that in hind sight may have been slightly very ambitious. Most of the time these are the projects that test my resolve and vision but generally […]
I didn’t realize till it came time to set up shop how hard it can be to find a shop counter that will suit both your space and budget. I had a […]
I have a major soft spot for whimsical hand painted furniture. I just love it when someone takes the time to sketch out a design and then has the talent to paint […]