|"The future loo-ooks clou-ou-ou-ou-dy"|
The milk seems to be fermenting normally, no discoloration, and the jar hasn't exploded, thankfully. Yet.
The other, decidedly more yummy looking product of my cooking efforts is sitting on my counter top right now - vanishing oatmeal bars! The recipe calls for raisins, but my children run screaming from raisins (force fed too many as toddlers, perhaps), so I subbed in chopped walnuts and chocolate chips. And if you couldn't tell, I do the bar version, not the cookie version, because the bars seem to stay moister (aka yummier) longer.
|Oh look! The Ghost of Drunk Milk Past!|
The craft front is quiet, which means a storm is brewing... I have this old table, that we got for a steal about ten or eleven years ago.
|Look away from the cookie crumbs|
Now that the seat covers are planned (drop cloth slipcovers, of course!), what to do with the yellow wood? We *could* sand it and restain in a dark wood color, but I'm afraid that the dark wood trend is coming to a close. I'm seeing the most interesting (in a good way) painted wood furniture all over the internets and DIY blogs. And our neighbor painted an old thrift store table and chairs a nice cream color and they are just adorable! Cream table and cream slip covers...? Too creamy. Our counter is a dark green, so maybe a dark green, with a semi-gloss coat of poly-urethane to protect it? Or dear husband might like a dark navy blue. Or I'm really, really liking orange lately, so maybe a slightly burnt orange with the cream slipcovers...? A quick search on google images didn't give me any inspiration photos to go from (or persuasion material for dear hubby), so I'll have to use the pictures in my head for inspiration. Oh, the possibilities!
What do the pictures in your head look like? Do share :-)