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Thursday, July 7, 2011

Perfect Attraction

 You may recall we bought a can of this Rustoleum magnetic primer for our downstairs painting project.
Well, we're about done with this!
 We chose a panel of a closet door adjacent to our family calendar.
We wanted a really strong hold, so we used 12 coats of primer, 
added over several days so it dried well in between.
 3 coats of gloss white later...
 ,,,and we're on!
 Now we can get back to more important things, like drawing a flying strawberry poptart cat streaming rainbows on the chalkboard wall.
Hey, it's a home, not a museum.


Sonja said...

I LOVE the magnet door idea! My new fridge is not magnet friendly, and sometimes I miss that. Dunno if I can talk Hubby into magnitizing our pantry door, but gonna think about this. Gazebo looks great too!

Dharma said...

"It's a home, not a museum." - words to live by my friend.

Musings from Kim K. said...

Your quote is PERFECT! I need to remind myself of that more often when I come home from work and the home is trashed from a day of "living".

Cool magnet door. Another brillant idea, Sunny!

La Vie Quotidienne said...

I didn't know about magnetic neat!

Heather said...

Magnetic paint is new for me as well! What a great idea and easy too!

Nadia ( said...

Oh my gosh, you are freakin brilliant! What an awesome idea!!!!
Nadia (With Glittering Eyes blog)

Sherri said...

Wow. What a great idea. TFS.

Rust-Oleum Scott said...

Holy smokes, another amazing project! Such a great idea and it looks so good. Great job and thank you so much for your support of Rust-Oleum.

Have a great weekend!