That amazing chippy white buffet was going to be my new vanity. You see, Bruce told me if I could find a dresser or other piece of furniture to turn into a vanity, we could start on the bathroom remodel. He thought it would take me months, maybe even years to find the right piece.
Ha. He should know me better by now.
I searched junk stores and vintage stores and even checked out a couple of antique places. Nothing.
Then Canton First Market Days rolled around. And as I was walking, looking at all the wonderful stuff in the flea market area, I spied it.
A few minutes later it was mine and Bruce was on his way with the truck.
Before Bruce cut the hole for the sink, I had to get it ready. And that's where the vanity stumbled and almost fell. You can read all about it here.
I was oh so close. But fortunately, the story has a happy ending and that stumbling vanity? Now it dances.
If you've ever had a project that stumbled, you know how disheartening it can be. Maybe you need encouragement. Maybe you need to know you're not alone and that even the most seemingly successful DIYer sometimes falls. If that's the case, you should read KariAnne's book So Close To Amazing.
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Plus, you can hop over to KariAnne's blog and join the linky party to share stories of your almost amazing DIY's.
There's glory! There's laughter! But best of all, there's prizes! Head on over to Thistlewood Farms and read all about it.
And in the end, let's encourage and cheer each other on. Because let's face it...we all need a little pick me up sometimes.