|Donna's Horse before|
|Jensen teaches me a thing or two on occasion...like don't forget to check under the chin and inside the mouth, when dealing with a horse.|
|Black-rubbed and crackled finish over maple toned primer, fringed suede mane and tail, and new tack, make this 1950's horse look both refreshed and a century older.|
|Donna's Horse After|
If you have old treasures tucked away because they don't quite mesh with your current life, maybe it's time to consider giving them a new look. Just because it was always a certain way doesn't mean it has to stay that way. Old friends deserve second chances to enhance your life, and why wait for a "someday" that may never come?
If you need my help giving a new look to your old treasures, you can hire me, for which you will find the info on my website theartofthehome.com, and as always, if you want to do it yourself, but have questions about how to go about it, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. For now, "happy trails to you, until we meet again..."