Monday, July 26, 2010

Nice numbers! From Made ABQ
Globe pendants- the real deal. Two sizes and 17 total!

Still available and now at $150


Nice shape! I don't know how to reupholster though. $35

Sunday, July 25, 2010

4bd 2 ba with 1605 sq ft in north oak park. Nice open floor plan!

Friday, July 23, 2010

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Roseville. Grrrr.

319 Elefa St - 2bd 1ba 1385 sq ft, basement and garage for $184,900

Friday, July 16, 2010

Loving this dress! Custom order too- I like the colors shown here with a nautical feel.

jen fashion

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Cute vintage 1953 trailer for sale! $6500


I managed to get some stumps for sitting around the fire in our yard from a family friend a few years ago. I figured I should treat it somehow so they would last longer, but never got around to it. Now they are a bit old and icky, and I think there are bugs. Where was this Martha Stewart how-to when I needed it. Next time...

Tools and Materials
Electric sander
Tree stump
Sandpaper in extra-fine, fine, medium, and coarse grades
Wood filler
2 paintbrushes, 1 for primer and 1 for paint
Wood primer
Enamel paint
3 to 4 furniture gliders

1. Using the electric sander, prepare the surface of the stump. Sand, changing from coarse to medium to fine paper, until the top is smooth.

2. If there are holes on the surface, use wood filler to conceal them. Let dry, and then rub the surface lightly by hand with fine sandpaper.

3. With a paintbrush, apply wood primer to top surface, painting from the outside edges inward to keep primer from dripping down sides. Let dry, then sand lightly by hand with extra-fine paper.

4. With other brush, apply enamel paint to top, again painting from the outside toward center. Let dry 2 to 3 days.

5. Sand lightly by hand with fine paper. Apply another light coat of enamel. Let dry for at least 2 days.

6. To create feet, hammer furniture gliders into base.

* I still think some kind of sealer should be used around the sides for outdoor use. This tutorial is for indoor decor

Sunday, July 11, 2010

2220 E ST price drop to $299,000

I don't recall if I've seen the inside before? With 4bds, 1658 sq ft and a garage it sounds great!

Sunday finds

This one I'm considering calling on. Currently I use an old sewing desk as a vanity because it was cheap and petite, but this piece is adorable. $90

Two blonde mid century chairs complete with magazine holders $200/ pair

Retro golden sofa in good condition- $500 OBO

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Nice deal on the grid

A 2 bedroom 1.5 bath home on 23rd & H st with pool. I will say it looks like they forgot the upper cabinets in the kitchen, and the half bath would probably make me dizzy, but overall it's a nice place in a nice area. $299,900