Thursday, October 11, 2012

Is it Happily Ever After?

Before I get to the ending of my story it's only fair that I share how I met Mr.Rust Protector.
I wasn't very pretty, I felt damaged and slightly neglected but he saw right through that and fell in love with my rusty spots anyways. Two even coats of the Copper Color Krylon Rust Protector is all it took. He had me at hello Spray Paint!
Trying desperately to gain my attention, he showered me with gifts of orange mums, pumpkins and candlelight.
I of course dressed in my finest linen pillows in 50 shades of cream, some burlap chair pads and my new embroidered fall pillow that I made especially for our first date. 
 Even my table inspired by Nature approves of the courtship and she usually doesn't think anyone is good enough for me!
Ahh..... bliss. A relationship that was meant to be! I couldn't possibly  think of anything else that could make me look this good. 

And to think all it took was some Krylon Rust Protector for these two to sit happily ever after!




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22 comments:

  1. Seriously - after you knock on my front door, we are heading to your yard and that beautiful bench for a glass of wine!

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  2. Beautiful! I especially love the simple yet very elegant Fall pillow! I think you could get any of us to come share a "bottle" of wine on that bench!

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  3. Laura, what a pretty setting. Love the bench. Great choice of color. Wish I had had time to use spray paint this week to join the fun. Just no time between trips. See you tomorrow!!

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  4. I'll be stopping by around 5 for a glass of wine and some awesome conversation on your beautifully spray painted bench! Love it!

    :)

    Linda

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  5. I've been waiting for this post! (It was fun to follow and read by the way.) I'm glad it had a beautiful and happy ending and it's good to know that there is hope for my tired deck furniture. I'll be trying to steal your new man!

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  6. Beautiful!! Such a nice visit with you today.

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  7. Wow, you take beautiful pictures. And I love the project too. Outside pics are amazing, especially in the fall, but you are gifted!!

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  8. Cute post, Laura. I love it. I know just the spot in my yard for it :)

    Hugs,
    Laura

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  9. Wow, I gotta get some spray paint!!! That is awesome.

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  10. That is seriously gorgeous Laura!! You've staged it beautifully too! :-)
    Vanessa

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  11. Beautiful photographs and beautiful blog! Hope to meet you at SBC!

    Jenny

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  12. You said Bliss!

    ~Bliss~

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  13. looks great n makes me what to go out and get some spray paint to make some of my old stuff look new

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  14. Gorgeous Laura!!!...the bench vignette looks so bucolic!...Thanks for hosting and see you at the conference!

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  15. Gorgeous bench, Laura! The setting is so beautiful and I love how you've put everything together. What a fun project!

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  16. Oh Wow!! What a beauty!! And I love how you decorated it, such a gorgeous vignette!
    Thanks for hosting the Fall in Love With Spray Paint Party
    Debbie :)

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  17. Beautifully done and photographed.

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  18. it's lovely and the setting is wonderful...

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  19. Just beautiful! I love the bench; paint it pretty amazing and your styling is just perfect!

    Angela

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  20. So pretty, Laura! I definitely need to use the Rust Protector before winter arrives. Your bench {everything in that gorgeous photo} is beautiful!

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  21. Oh it is just gorgeous Laura!!!! Love all the pictures too.
    XO
    Kristin

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  22. I love this so much, Laura that I just shared it on my Facebook page. xo Laura

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