Will be starting on the chaise lounge chairs next. Will be a slight delay due to insufficient funds, but I will post as soon as I start. Thanks for your patience and support
Monday, June 27, 2011
If he decides he wants it to roll, it's a pretty easy fix to take care of that for him. Me personally, I just liked it as a stationary table. And since I built it, I can pretty much do what I want. I also added an extra handle to one side of the cart. It can be used for a towel, BBQ tools, etc.
Overall I am happy with the build portion of it, but extremely bummed with the finish. I tried my hand at painting it with outdoor paint and a clear outdoor top coat. For some reason I could just not get it smooth. Oh well, we live and learn. No more painting for me, I will stick to staining from now on.
I hope you all enjoy and maybe Brian will invite you over for a BBQ!!! He at least better invite me over.
"Look for new outlets for your own creative ability"
Monday, June 20, 2011
Sunday, June 19, 2011
Saturday, June 18, 2011
just wondering if anyone would be interested in a mobile version of this site for easier viewing when using your mobile device? Not that anyone reads this blog anyway. Let me know
Friday, June 17, 2011
Out door chaise loungers, voted on by you, the people. So that will be our next
project, well after we acquire some funds first. Thank you all for voting. Keep
browsing around anna-white.com to see what you want us to build next,
We will then post another poll for the next project. We would love to hear
any suggestions on pieces that you might like, we can always attempt them.
So here is what you all voted on:
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Saturday, June 11, 2011
Thursday, June 9, 2011
I'm hoping to finish my latest super secret project this weekend. It's already built, but due to the special color requested, I had to use paint instead of stain. Taking longer to finish than expected. I hate painting wood! Here is a quick teaser of part of it in the nude. (the wood, not me) stay tuned for the finished product