Anyway, no one knows who he belongs to, so I inherited him as a cubicle decoration. Or something. The hideous thing has been staring me down as I do my work every day for six months now, so this weekend I took him home with me determined to prettify him. Or something.
|By the by, I took this pic on my phone and texted it with no message to my mom. I'm pretty sure she thinks I've gone nuts.|
I had this spray paint left over from a fall wreath project I did a few years back, and gold just happens to be one of the school colors for the independent college newspaper I work for. So I sprayed him with three light coats and voila:
He looks like a giant freakin' trophy. I'm not sure if this is any more attractive, but it's less scary and will definitely add some novelty and, dare I say, retro/vintage bling to my office space. What do you think?
In other news, the pallet patio table is coming along, although taking a lot longer to finish than anticipated. We're about half finished with the painting, and then we'll start working on the top-secret part of the project that will make my patio table way more awesome than one I could have bought in any store. So stay tuned. I promise to give you the details soon!
Thanks for stopping by today and reading. I really appreciate all your support! I hope you're having a great weekend and are super excited for Easter tomorrow! Until next time, happy crafting! :)