You know you’re really under the weather when you have no desire or gusto to do the things you love, right? I’ve been MIA from blog-land and social media the past few days. I’ve been sick and feverish…uggg. I have NO energy to paint or be online. Sorry guys. The past week has been exhausting. But I’m happy to say, I’m on the mend and should be painting and sharing again shortly.
Thanks to Kathy at The House at the End of the Road, we still have an amazing quick-tip for you today.
Falling right in line with last weeks amazing quick-tip on ‘parking your furniture’, today’s tip takes your furniture out of ‘park’ and gets it moving for easy access!
Here’s what Kathy had to say:
[box type=”shadow”] “Hi Denise~ Thank you for all the great tips you share. I thought I’d also share a couple with you.
Here at The House at the End of the Road, I use a very large wood Lazy Susan on my work table to hold small pieces that I paint…chairs, small tables, etc….. It’s easy to just turn the piece around to get at all the sides and corners.
I also have a fairly good-sized TV stand on heavy-duty castors that I use for larger pieces, like chests or bedside stands. That way I can work at eye level, without bending, and I can move the piece all over my shop.”[/box]
Another inventive tip to simplify a painting project! And keeping with the re-cycling/up-cycling theme, Kathy picked up this Lazy Susan from her local Goodwill for $2.99!
Have any other ideas? What do you use to move your furniture while painting?
Enjoy your day,