If you have ever felt the need to spruce up a set of chairs or give them a new look, why not try a little bit of paint? Our tastes in decor and color will probably alter throughout our lives, and at some point, we may find ourselves wanting to change the look of our furniture without having to spend a lot of money. That's where a few handy tips, some tools from the hardware store, and good-quality paint come in handy. I know I'm not alone in paying visits to local antique shops, antique fairs and flea markets, and falling in love with pieces of furniture that would be perfect if they were just a different color. You don't have to walk away from a good purchase simply because it's the wrong color. My dear friend, Jeffrey, is forever enhancing his home with collectibles from flea markets and tag sales. However, certain items aren't always up to Jeffrey's tastes when he brings them home. He is the type of person who won't hesitate to chang
I can remember when chocolate chip cookies became the 'in-thing' (well at least in Australia) it would have been in about 1978 when Kellogg corn flakes put a recipe on the side of their cereal packet for Choccy Rocks.....all of a sudden they were everywhere - move over jam drops!ReplyDelete
David those look so buttery and delicious! And I love the Carmel color cake stand!ReplyDelete
@Phil, that is such interesting insight! I love it. Yes, it's amazing to think that chocolate chip cookies are a 20th century invention. I can't imagine having to do without them.ReplyDelete
@Coco, the cookies are perhaps my FAVORITE cookie of all time. As for the caramel cake stand, it's a Martha by Mail product. :)
I vote bring back MBM. So many things I wish I had bought. And to think I threw all those MBMcatalogs away. Ahhhh!!!ReplyDelete
Who knew? Thanks David for the yummy recipe too!
I agree with you 100%! :)ReplyDelete