I'm posting this in hopes that someone might know how I can fix my blog. Blogger is of no help.
I have no idea what happened, but if you are reading this you can see my blog is totally jacked up. Almost all of my photos have disappeared, and every time I log on I get an error message.
I've enjoyed blogging here while I have, but if years of blogging can go down the tubes in an instant with no way of fixing it -- I have to rethink this whole blogger thing.
I mean -- wow -- years of posts just gone and blogger can only say "this is a known problem" try clearing your cache or searching online for a solution? The laptop I'm using is brand spanking new. I have not been online enough with it to have my cache clogged to shit.
(I knew I should've went into the IT profession......)
February 1, 2014
After using metallic glaze for the first time on a pair of side tables I sort of wanted to paint everything in my house with the stuff. When we bought our house, we redid most of the bathroom -- but we kept the ancient lights that hang on both sides of the vanity mirror.
Now I know you can buy new cheap ones at Home Depot for about $8 but I thought these might look kind of cool painted. And then after using the glaze...I knew glaze was what they needed.
Not bad. I think we will keep them for awhile.
January 24, 2014
My drive to work in the morning. It tends to get a bit creepy looking with the wind blowing the snow over the road and the sun starting to come up.
And a quick FYI, I am hoping to get some updates posted this weekend. However my Instagram stays updated almost daily for those that want to check it out.
January 18, 2014
I'll be honest, I haven't been crafting much lately. Not because I'm done with it but because all of my extra energy is going towards trying to put a wedding together. I'm torn on whether to post wedding things until after the wedding. I don't want to spoil the whole thing! So I'll just keep quiet about it until after the wedding.
On to the task at hand...
I painted both of these side tables entirely black and then used a metallic glaze on the body and the legs.
This was my first time using a metallic glaze. I was a bit skeptical at first but this will definitely be something I use more frequently in the future.
November 5, 2013
This little book shelf was actually a mistake. From the moment I received it, I had no clue what to do with it. I almost threw it away.
But a couple of coats of chalkboard paint on the top and ASCP on the rest, I knew it was the perfect little book shelf for my daughters bedroom.