I have bought this cupboard for about £4.99 in a charity shop about a decade a go. Over the years, I have got bored with it, so, like that table earlier, I also painted it white. I totally love it now in white.
Our mailman seems to enjoy been snidely evil to complete strangers, who never been rude to him. Few weeks a go, my mother-in-law sent us a wedding anniversary card. It fitted perfectly through our mail slot. But mailman had to bend it for unknown reason. No, not in a slight curve like mailmen do to feet things through, but by at least few times reinforced fold along the side of a thick card, thus completely ruing the appearance of the card. Strong fingers ha? Or did he had a giant bone folder? I don't know. Today he handed me a pile of mail separately and a pile of adverts separately. As if! Turned out that a thin parcel were completely concealed with adverts wrapped around it, tempting me to throw the entire pile of adverts into the trash together with our small parcel. What is wrong with him?
And speaking of psychos, I was buying a scratch card when I was in a supermarket a couple of days a go. And the salesperson with a very sneaky look trying to tear-off cards as quietly as possible kept the one she was supposed to give to me to herself and sold me the next one. What was that about??? Was she fantasising that she posses some sort of fairy like powers to steal other peoples luck??? :o How weird. Psychos everywhere!
It is also always fascinated me how english people do totally psycho things while pretending to act with at most respect. I am curious, is this how british monarchy lasted for so long? English freemasons curtsey all the way while replacing your antique console table in you palace with a nice replica, etc?
I have got inspired on the internet on the ways to use up leftover scrap paper. So I have made this super cute embellishments, which I will later use in my crafts somehow. All this takes is cutting scraps of paper with uneven edged scissors and gluing those scraps one slightly on top of another in a fishscale fashion.
I have got inspired by all the blogs, where people repaint furniture. I have bought this table for about £3, I think, at a car-boot sale. I have sanded it, primed it, and painted it white. It is first time I done something like this, so it doesn't look totally perfect of cause, but I am absolutely loving the result anyway.