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Annie Sloan paint and Cath Kidston Fabric...

Well good evening all! Its nearly the weekend and I can`t tell you how tired I am this week!! Its been a tiring few months actually! The weather has been lovely though so I can`t complain too much!! I really do need an extra couple of days in each week, that way I could have a tidy house, cook, find time for getting better at photography and get some ironing done on top of the furniture renovations, who knows maybe I could even fit in a workout...though actually I do a lot of furniture wrestling- does that count?!!! I do find time for the kids at least- hehe, which is the most important bit!! Maybe I can teach them to tidy the house!
     I sold my favourite gothic revival dresser which was the backdrop to my furniture pics so have been working on getting my shop set back up this week! Its mayhem, its so full of furniture waiting to be painted...I really need a big workshop shed but every time i`m about to get one some new biill seems to pop up...isn`t that always the way!!
    I have done my new shop dresser in annie sloan `old white` chalk paint as its a lovely neutral colour to live with and for a backdrop! I also renovated a  cute little hexagonal table in antoinette pink underneath old white with lots of distressing, it acts as a pedestal for my little warrior statue who I love!
   My Cath Kidston Rosali fabric sets seem to sell so fast that I have done another set, they have a pretty fresh Alice in wonderland quality which is fun, complete with hearts of course!
    Well my husband is putting the kids to bed now, so I`m going to put some Cheesy rock ballads on and cover some fabric seat pads...living `the dream`xFiFi

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