Thursday, October 24, 2013

In Process

I feel like I've been drinking from the well of creative waters lately.

I've got so many ideas swimming around in my head.

I have also been full of energy. It's a nice change.

Scott and I have been working on a few different things. We have a birthday party coming up in a week and there is lots we would love to get done.

We've got some more painting done in the mud room but it still needs one to two more coats. The trim also needs to be finished. I will take quality pictures during the day tomorrow since it was too dark when I thought of it today. However, you may be able to tell a difference in one of the pictures to follow.

We started building the cabinet for our oven. I've spent a lot of time thinking about it and planning it. We've had the wood panels for it for a while now. I would've started it myself except for the fact that the panels are way too heavy for me to handle. It's nice to have Scott helping too because he tends to be a little more precise than I am.

We had to buy three panels for $50 each. Not cheap but it would have been so much more to have someone make this for us.

In this picture we have already cut out a shelf piece from the full panel. You can also see our beautiful double oven behind the lawn tractor. It's partially covered by a blanket. I get so excited thinking about having an oven!

This is the bottom of the side panel.

And a shelf.

And here is the cabinet looking more like a cabinet. It still has a ways to go yet. And it won't have any doors on the storage above or below for quite some time. But at least I'll have an oven!

I'm not sure if you noticed but that is in our mud room. Are the walls looking a little brighter? It is so much better than the dingy, disgusting color that was in there. Getting closer. I'll do a separate post on it.

Two projects in the process of getting finished. This weekend will hopefully prove to be very productive!

What crazy weather! I love how everything is white except for the circular patches protected under the canopy of not yet leaf-less trees.

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