I'm not going to lie, I was really bummed. I worked so hard for this silly contest and truly just wanted to win. 50% of the contest is still based on the judges decisions but being the
Here's where my day turned so bright. My sweet momma, who is the only person to whom I was humble enough to admit to how down I was feeling, drove all the way out to my house (we live 35 min away) to deliver the chair I found on KSL (a site in Utah similar to craigslist) over the weekend and that she picked up for me. Isn't she amazing? I really don't know what I would do without her. Mom, if you happen to read my blog I love you! Here is the chair that I found in the FREE section of KSL this weekend. Yes you read correctly, FREE. F.R.E.E.
I have to admit that the back looks a little bit peculiar to me, but have no fear- a new plan for this baby is in place.
As soon as my mom delivered this beauty to my door, I grabbed my screwdriver and pliers and let out all my frustration by yanking out about a gazillion staples.
*** If you ever decide to reupholster a chair, please be kind to those who will follow after you on the same piece years later. You really don't have to staple every millimeter... I promise!***
The upholstery and foam are gone, she has been sanded, primed, given a little "face-lift" and is ready for more tomorrow. I can't wait to show you what's in store for this gal.
Do chairs cheer you up? Fortunately I also had this handsome little devil around to keep me smiling today.
I'm so grateful for your support and sweet comments. Those brighten my days more than you know.