I was waiting for some sun to try out my Sunprint Kit to create and let me tell you, this DIY is for everyone! This kit creates cyanotype art, which is a photographic printing process that produces a cyan-blue print This process is all the things: fun, exciting, rewarding, and easy enough for a beginner. And you get a custom piece of art at the end!
I shared some of my trials & errors (forgetting to take the film off the acrylic cover…) over on @ispydiy IG in my SUNPRINT highlight! And the steps after the break!
One of the projects we did for the Restaurant Refresh was a new host stand. I had been looking for the perfect vintage dresser for awhile, and finally found one with the EXACT dimensions I needed. For $15! It just needed a little TLC, and a new coat of paint to fit in at the restaurant.
I have used Chalk Paint a few times, but when I saw Rust-Oleum had a Milk Paint, I wanted to try them both out to see the difference. I thought some of you may have the same question, so let’s break it down!
The Orange room is finally done!! If you remember, we painted this room at our DIY Duplex a few week back, and then I ghosted you, ha! We finally got the delivery schedule to work with our Airbnb schedule, and earlier this week the bed was delivered, so I could finish it up! The inspiration for this room came from a rock I found on the beach. Plus, I really wanted to try a paint color that is SO FAR outside of my comfort zone!