Repainting my kitchen chairs and table has been on my to-do list for ages now. With a little inspiration from Sawdust & Embryos and my ThriftyCraftoholic baby sister I finally got the push I needed to see this project through. Many hours of sanding and painting (and one sore arm) later...it turned out better than I could have imagined. The table and chairs were all handed down to me. In fact all of my furniture has been second hand or thifted which means that nothing I have matches. That doesn't bother me at all but it feels great that my kitchen somewhat matches now.
I have to brag about Molly Jo's highchair. I spotted it while out thrifting with my mom and she bought it for me. It was already painted bright yellow but we weren't sure if that paint contained lead. So my dad stripped off all the old paint and repainted it a softer yellow. Not an easy job! He said there were many layers of paint under that bright yellow. Thanks again Daddy! We love it!
I lined the tray and seat with shelf liner to make clean up easier. As you can see, it fits Molly Jo perfectly with room to grow.
Speaking of my sweet baby girl, she just turned 7 months old. I can hardly believe it! She crawls and pulls up and has two tiny teeth which she uses very well to munch on crackers or whatever she can get in her mouth. She's growing way too fast!
Update on the Great CleanOut of 2012 :: I've made it through my closet and part of my girls' closet and have donated 2 car loads to the triftstore.