Wednesday, May 21, 2008

The last few weeks...

This is before, well actually in the middle of our big project. Two weeks ago we started our big house project.

We tore the carpet out of our livingroom & hallway. This was a big job. Getting all the mat underneath that was stuck on where the glue was was the biggest job. Then getting all the dirt off the floor was a lot of work as well.

The next morning we started painting. I really like how it turned out. Then the big job came...putting wood flooring down. My dad & I did most of the livingroom & then my husband helped me with the hallway! And as you can tell from the pictures, my youngest boy helped me as well. He actually was a lot of help! It was a lot of work but it's already proven to be so much nicer! I love it! We still haven't put the baseboards on yet, but the floor part is done!

So this is why I've been MIA the last couple of weeks. My craft room was overtaken by the livingroom furniture so I wasn't able to get in there to do any crafting. Finally after a week & a half I got sick of it & needed to get some projects done for teachers end of the year gifts so we put some of the furniture back & now I'm actually able to walk into my craft room again.

I'm hoping next year to be able to put the wood floors in my craft room. Wouldn't that be the dream!

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Teresa said...

It looks AMAZING! Well done!

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