Furniture Tutorials, Thrifty Makeovers, And Junk Shop Adventures
Do you love decorating your home but don’t have hundreds and thousands of dollars to make it happen? No worries, I’ve got you covered. My DIY home decor is very inexpensive to make. You are in the right place. Welcome!
I’m Kathy….. Writer, Photographer, Stylist, Editor, Worker Bee, and Project Manner at Petticoat Junktion
My leap into painting furniture for resell began in Pensacola, Florida. I rented a booth at Alyssa’s Antique Depot in Pace, Fl and I continued my painting and junkin’ when we returned to Tennessee.
My Blog life began in May of 2011. My friend Kendall started me on the basics of setting up a blog and I went from there. My husband once told Kendall she created a monster. Blogging is a full time job and I kind of have a love/hate relationship with it. I love sharing pictures of my projects and posting tutorials, but I really hate to write. Weird huh!
I worked for over 35 years in the medical profession. When the laboratory I worked at closed in 2013 I finally finished my college degree at the age of 62. Double major with a 3.6 grade average. As you guys can probably tell I didn’t major in English or Writing.
My loving husband is a 26 year Army veteran. I have 2 grown children, a beautiful daughter-in-law, a fabulous son-in-law, and 4 wonderful grandchildren.
What do you need help with? I might have a blog post tutorial for you. Just click the pink link to read the posts….
Read our family Alzheimer’s and Arkansas Stories.
Milk Paint Radio Cabinet (The “Makeover” I’m known for….as in, everyone says “Oh, you’re the one with the red cabinet!!”……yep, that’s me).
Home Improvement post…..Learn How To Paint A Metal Storm Door
Or you might want to see my most controversial makeover…..Too Much Distressing?? Love it or Hate it??
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You can find Petticoat Junktion painted furniture, junk creations and diy crafts at
You Never Know, 1218 College St., Clarksville, Tn, 931-809-823 and
Warehouse 41 Antiques, next door to You Never Know
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