Before and after:
Over time, exterior caulking cracks and splits, and eventually siding will get wet and start to rot. Most of our houses exterior is brick, but small areas like the one pictured below are usually sided with a wood-composite siding. Spots like this are easily missed when damage occurs, because they are in areas not seen regularly. This particular damaged siding was pointed out by the neighbor of the homeowner! This is how small critters make their way into our attics:) It is a fairly simple repair job, and was not too difficult to get to. I used wood-look concrete siding and trim, and caulked all the corners up. Shouldn’t need replacing again for a long time!
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This is really great project/solution, if you have all the necessary supplies. Here they are:
1. A chair that has been chewed on. If you don’t have one of these, go out and get yourself a new puppy. Then leave him alone with a chair for a while.
2. Some jute twine. This brand is at Walmart for $1.97.
It’s a brand new chair!
I love my dog:)
I’ve recently decided to do a new faux technique in my foyer. It’s a curved wall that’s not overly large, so ideally a great spot to try something interesting. Faux painting seems like a difficult job to tackle. I know I had some anxiety over doing it the first time, but like all firsts you just learn from your mistakes and get better. There are some basic tips to follow that are important when you are planning on trying out faux painting:
Ok, so now your ready to try it out. Or maybe your ready to hire Homegirl;) Either way I’m here to answer any questions. Here is a close up picture of the tissue paper technique I did in my foyer: