New at The Treasured Home

Well, what a difference a year makes! About this time last year, I was making 4th of July pinwheels and banners. Fortunately, I saved last year’s efforts, since I’ve been painting more than paper crafting. Youse recall that I said “Adios” to Maison Blanche a while back. This was my first project, using “Locally Grown”…

A Waxing Brush Makes a Difference

Hello my cherishables!, If you’ve read “The Paris Wife”, you’ve heard the word “cherishables” before. I’m the last person on the universe to read the book, but I’m thoroughly enjoying it and I’m loving that word! Now, on to more serious matters. Paint and wax brushes. Seriously. Would you try to flip an egg with…

Before, After and After ( a furniture re-do, re-done)

Way back in 2012, I painted this old girl with ASCP, in Paris Gray. As you see, I left the top in its natural state. I was searching for a Nordic look, but think it just turned out boring. So, in my “sell it, or re-paint it” mode, I came up with this new version.…

Look Up There! (More furniture painting classes scheduled!)

See up there? Yes, that’s it! Up there, at the top of my blog, see where it says “Workshop & Classes”? Well, if you click on that, it will take you to the class calendar. There are now 4, count ’em, four classes scheduled for January 12th and 19th. They’re free, introductory classes, on both…