Okay, so IT’S DONE. I finished the doors.
If you read yesterday’s post, you know that I had plans for these doors and you know all about the frosted film “install”. If you have any questions about how I did that part, please leave a comment and I’ll give you all the info.
Again, for the painting part, I used Behr Premium Paint + Primer in Black Suede (Semi-Gloss!) and I think the result is quite nice.
I apologize for the low-quality photos…the weather here is very cloudy…and our camera has gone missing. Ugh! The iPhone had to do…
Another little tidbit of information about painting French doors with all the individual panes – did I tape each piece of glass to avoid getting paint on it? Uhhh…nope. I am WAY too lazy for that action. I just went crazy and painted outside the lines.
After the paint was dry, I went back and gently used a razor blade to remove the paint from the glass, being careful not to apply too much pressure and leave scratches.
If you decide to do this, please use caution with the sharp edges, and remember to keep them out of reach of children, dogs, or serial killers.
No, it’s not perfect, but that’s not what we’re about here at Pushing Twigs. We’re just trying to reach a goal and get through it without death, destruction and dismemberment.
This was a pretty easy project that only took 3 days if you subtract the harassment from my little brood 😉
What do you think?
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