I decided, that I'd like to have a plant (which
First, I painted it white. (I really need to start painting stuff a colour other than white. I'll get on that soon. ;) )
(Everyone say "Hey!" to Murphy's butt! ha)
Then, everything went a little bit........horribly wrong.
I thought I'd use a silver sharpie to do the herringbone pattern. It didn't end well. So, instead I used painters tape to tape off a herringbone pattern, and sprayed it with metallic silver. That didn't go as badly, but it still wasn't great.
If I put some pretty, mini roses in it and tell everyone to squint when they look at it, maybe no one will notice the paint bleed? Maybe....
Don't judge me okay?
At least it's going in our room. It doesn't look terrible with our temporary windowsil display, right?
Have I mentioned my tendency to hibernate over winter? Between that, and the fact that I'm in America on my own with a toddler this week, let's just agree not to expect a "reveal" of our bedroom until next spring! ;)
Just kidding. I'm hoping to get our new dresser stained when I get back from America. So hopefully sometime in October I'll finally be able to show you our room!
How do you guys avoid paint bleed when doing more detailed projects like this? Is "Frog tape" really better than normal painter's tape?