Friday, May 18, 2012

Summer project

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May is a crazy busy month for us.  School finished up for my youngest yesterday and the oldest finishes Tuesday.  Today I am going on a field trip to a creamery with the first graders while my mom watches the little one (thanks Mama!).  On top of this there are three family birthdays this month.  All of this means I really haven't had a chance to write down a new crochet pattern or get my latest craft pictures together.  I don't want to leave you without anything today though.

With all the running I was doing trying to get things ready for the Princess' birthday last week I hit a yard sale on Friday at my church.  I found this for $20.


I have been looking for a desk that is small enough to fit in my girl's rooms.  The height is adjustable so they can both use it for a while.  I am going to try and refinish it.  It needs some work where a few screws are missing and it is rusty in several places.

I appreciate any suggestions people have on fixing it up.




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4 comments:

  1. What a cute desk! Rustoleum makes a latex paint called Painter's Touch that is perfect for wooden furniture. It comes in lots of colors and is what I used when I refinished Matthew's desk earlier this year. Just sand it, prime it, and paint it. You could sand down the metal part and paint it a coordinating color.

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    1. Thanks Chrissie! I will have to check that out. Hope you and the kids are doing well!

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  2. Oh I love this desk! But I would just repair whatever is damaged and not paint it. I love old things.... super jealous! Whit

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    1. It was pretty rusty in a lot of places. Still working on it.

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