DIY# 1

Old Ottoman to New Ottoman

Hey guys! I wanted to share a DIY project I just completed. Surprisingly it didn’t take much time to finish and this was my first time converting a piece of furniture. My revamp was a bit modest, but I’m happy with the final product!

The art supply I used was a metallic finish-gold spray paint from Rust-oleum . Initially I was skeptical about the smell the spray paint would produce, however that didn’t happen. The only  footnote I would include for future projects is to add a top clear coat after applying the color paint. That way the paint doesn’t easily remove when the furniture is in use.

Below are the before and after photos;

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After

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Sip Sip,

Sophia

Total Spent: $30.11 O No!

3rd post, same store.

What a surprise!

If only Wholefoods still did their affiliation program for all this promotion I’m doing. Went in for two things, came out with sixteen. So my reciept has told me. Below are my finds;

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Seapo Edamame: $2.99

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Tortilla Chip:$2.99

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Blueberry Greek Yogurt:$4.47($1.49 Each)

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Salted Butter:$3.49(4 Bars)

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Chopped Spinach:$1.69

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Tofurky:$2.49

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Poppy Seeded Bagels:$3.29(6 Pack)

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Navel Oranges:$1.22($.99 a pound)

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Avocado:$5.00($1.00 each)

Total Cost:#30.11

Total Number of Items:16

If you read this post, share what you’ve found! Either it’s from Whole Foods or any other local grocery store you find inexpensive with great quality foods.

Thanks for reading.

Sip Sip,

Sophia