My sweet little Lydia is now 4 months old…
Anywho, for this project, I got to try out Black and Decker's Rapid Roller. It made super quick work of this project!! Thank Heaven!! Time savers are essential because with two girls under 2 (and running this blog) I really don't have a lot of extra time.
Before most of the furniture moved to center of room:
Opening up the box. WOW!
Cutting in. So according to some pictures I have seen of this product, you might be able to avoid cutting in if you use painters tape, BUT I hate painters tape- I never use it. A good quality (like Purdy) angled 1 1/2 inch brush is all you need.
Justin felt like he should take a picture of me using it… yikes. I should start putting makeup on when I work on projects… and maybe brush my hair, maybe.
I had to show this image(below), so you can see how the head pivots in different ways. COOL feature!
It also had this cool stand, which reminds me of a bike… don't know why I just mentioned that.
The color is off in this picture, it was 12:00 pm at night… and I really have poor camera skills!
The next day, I did a little decorative painting which I LOVE. I wasn't quite sure if it would work but I am super happy with it. I will show you more pictures soon as I actually finish the room. And more of the process.
Paint color: Martha Stewart Lagoon MSL125
Do you all need a new tool? ( I know how you feel!)
Good, I am here to help-or rather Black and Decker is!