Let me clarify the truths of Yesterday's post:
- The 12 year old and 10 year old want to adopt again. The 10 year old has even mentioned he'd like to adopt a family of brothers and sisters (big hearted boy).
- Love abounds in this home.
- I'm willing... Husband has nervous twitches over the thought of more children.
- I LOVE MY 12 PASSENGER VAN! It's my dream car... has been since I left college and had to give up driving the family "Landmark" conversion van... good times.
- I buy 7 gallons of milk a week.
Back to the crazy notion of spray painting a couch. First off... you have to have a couch as ugly as these to be moved to do something as irrational as whip out the spray paint when your hubby goes on his next fishing trip. You can click here to find out which of these couches won the ugliest couch contest... the report was by DIY Maven.
So if you have a couch that looks like this... and rover hasn't ripped a hole the size of Rhode Island in the cushion... you have a candidate. Provided it doesn't smell. Then again, maybe that handy spray paint will cover the odor... or at least emit a different one.
How to? I'm not even gunna try. Here's a link to the spray paint you can get from FabricSprayPaint.com They do offer a Demo Video if ya'll are feeling like Curious Georges. Keep in mind that the paint is a special fabric spray paint... not the Wal-Mart Rustoleum that you're used to. The paint keeps the fabric soft and has been promoted as being great for your car interior... now there's something I might consider. Someday I'll have to post about my van... the miracle as I call it... My Kids call it Clifford because it's BIG and RED.
Me, I haven't quite graduated to spray painting my fabric... YET. I have thought about re-staining my silly putty colored leather couches to something a little darker and less silly looking. I just don't want my guests to come over and get my botched stain job on their butts.
How desperate are you to make-over your couch?