How To Make A New Door Look 100 Years Old With Wagner Tools!

November 1, 2, and 3 were once-in-a-lifetime experience days for me and several other blogger/influencers who converged in Minneapolis, Minnesota for the first-ever Wagner Painting InSPRAYtional event, hosted by Wagner staff and style guru Matthew Mead, who many know through Wagner's FINISH magazine. Many thanks to Danielle at FindingSilverPennies.com for shooting my photo. Mid-day on Day 1 we were all whisked to various, secret locations around the...

Join Me And These Pros At General Finishes Furniture Flippin’ Expo 2017!

Are you a furniture flipping nut like me? Would you like to be? Join a host of pros from General Finishes and the industry September 5 thru 7 in Indianapolis, Indiana! I have had my hands in all sorts of paint over the years - as a full-time faux finisher, a product merchant, and a DIY blogger for several fabulous brands. I am new to General Finishes, and beyond excited to discover new possibilities at this event. I am counting down the days to seei...

Discovering The French Farmer’s Wife Barn Sale In Kernersville, North Carolina

Rarely do I ever seem to find a new inspiring, exciting, mind-blowing junkin' event these days, at least near home in North Carolina. Surely, I have seen them all within driving distance. However, my junkin' partner Gloria and I were truly awestruck today, just minutes from our homes, after entering the French Farmer's Wife! Open just one weekend per month, from Thursday thru Saturday, The French Farmer's Wife features curated vignette after stu...

Win Your Copy Of Where Women Create!

I have been a passionate reader of Where Women Create magazine since it was first launched. As a lifetime artist - illustrator first, then faux finisher and DIY project blogger - I have always had a studio. Some tiny, one even in an 1890s flannel mill. No matter where I created my own magic, I was curious about other women artists, their studios, and their personal stories about how they made art for a living like I do. I was so pleased to be fea...