Tag: Rustoleum Chalked Spray Paint

Word of the Year is Organization – A Thrift Store Quick-Over

If I was to choose one word for 2017 it would be organization. I took a little break from the blog to start working on my goal of becoming totally over the top organized. Organization of the entire house, containers and shop are in order. I hate it when some tools are in one building, some tools in Read More Here…


One Drawer Project Equals Three Storage Box Drawers

Today I want to show you my newest drawer project. Whenever I see single drawers for a reasonable price, I buy them. If you search Pinterest or surf the web you will see there are many ways you can repurpose a drawer. I have made shelves out of them and they sold well. I said to Mr. Read More Here…


Rustoleum Chalked Spray Paint Quick-Overs & An Update

Welcome back to my blog. Today I am showing you some more quick-overs using the Rustoleum Chalked Spray Paint. You read here that I made over a few items after discovering this wonderful spray paint.  Today I am here to tell you an update on that post. Previously I had tried wax and some topcoats Read More Here…


Junk Makeovers with Rustoleum Chalked Spray Paint

Rustoleum Chalked paint is a wonderful matte finish paint that I have been using for quite awhile.  Many makeovers have been shared here using the Rustoleum Chalked paint. Recently more stores in our area have started carrying it for $14 to $19 a can. I have found it at Wilco, BiMart, Fred Meyer and Home Depot, just to Read More Here…