This is how she looked in the beginning. Sara and I found her at my favorite junk shop. I saw her first and I shouldn’t have rubbed it in because payback is h…..eck!
She sure took up a lot of room during the beautifying process.
There were times during this makeover that I wanted to open the back door of the shop and push her off the dock. She reminded me of those ladies on What Not To Wear who are bound and determined not to have a makeover. No sir. No way.
My little diva fought me every inch of the way.
She wouldn’t let go of her bottom doors (bashful I guess),so they were painted while hanging on for dear life. She didn’t like the contrast between the two colors I chose so I had to re-mix and re-paint. She didn’t want her glass hutch doors re-hung so after hours of hanging and re-hanging, prodding and pushing, cussing and discussing, I gave up and tossed them to the side. I could go on and on, but it’s too painful.
I guess she knew best. You can applaud now.
Have you ever had a difficult diva? I could have painted 3 pieces of furniture in the time it took to paint “My Nemesis”!
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