How to Paint A Diamond Pattern Porch Rug - It All Started With Paint
how-to-paint-diamond-pattern-easy-way use 3M™ Safe-Release™ Painter’s Tape Advanced+ Delicate Surfaces with Edge-Lock™ Paint Line Protector 2080 to tape off the squares that would stay the base color.
Make a Floor Cloth: The Colorful Canvas Carpet | MOTHER EARTH NEWS
Learn how you can recycle old fabric works or repurpose leftovers to make a beautiful floor cloth that’ll make your floors pop.
Make a Floor Cloth
In colonial times, when people did not have the money to import a nice carpet, they would make do by painting a floor cloth on canvas. Perhaps they used the remnant of a sail. What they needed wa…
Staining A Concrete Floor Is Easy, Just Follow Our Step By Step Tutorial
Here's an easy concrete floor staining tutorial chock full of helpful tips and tricks for a stunning result.
Outdoor Rug with checked trim
While I am working at the MacKenzie-Childs Barn Sale this weekend, I will leave you with this quick outdoor rug. I took an old beach mat and a roll of checked Duck Tape: I cut the mat in half and simply taped off the cut end quickly before it unraveled. I then taped off the other 3 sides: I placed the tape under the mat (about 1/3 of the width) and then folded it over to the front, laying it smoothly: And now I have a mat for outdoors - and if it gets wet, who cares? Remember, it's a beach…
How to Turn a Canvas Drop Cloth Into an Outdoor Rug
Add a bright pop of color to your patio or deck by making an outdoor rug from a painter's drop cloth, paint and stencils.
How to Make a Floor Cloth Tutorial - Prim Mart
Floor cloths are part of American history. From colonial days until the 1850's they decorated homes. Today we can still make these unique floor coverings.
Painted Chairs From Ocotober
This was a daunting pile of chairs to contemplate painting many, many colours onto. First they all had to be primed very thoroughly, especially since the subsequent painting was going to be flat colour. I didnt want any of the initial pattern showing through. The colours I was to use were all wonderful, and I enjoyed this job, even though it wasnt my usual expressive work. Every time I added a colour or put on a new coat I had to be very meticulous to avoid drips, sloppy edges...it was…