Saturday, April 17, 2010
Friday, April 16, 2010
Saturday, April 10, 2010
Pollen. Everywhere the blurried eye can see. As an upper Canadian, I've got to admit that this beats out the snow that's still on the ground back home. My American home has given me a lot to be thankful for. I'll take the pollen and love it!
Here's a nifty Refinishing Trick I got from one of our fellow antique dealers.
Emery Boards - You know they just rip your fingernails when you use them, so find a softer file for your fingernails and use the emery board to sand furniture. It is always hard to get into the small crevices of legs or other parts of furniture you may be refinishing. Use the emery board to get into those small places. It is stiffer than regular sand paper and usually has two textures.
(And, in case you are wondering....Charles Hester did get elected our Mayor again. He's doing a wonderful job. Thanks for the emery boards!)
Tuesday, April 6, 2010
Selma's Antique Car Classic comes to town Saturday April 17th. They usually park the Chevy's in front of my shop. Yum!
This year they will also have booths on Railroad Street selling Antiques. Come on out for the day and have some family fun from 10 a.m. until....