Friday, May 27, 2011

I have carpet!!

ZEBRA carpet that is!! In my scraproom! LOVE it!!! The rest of the basement carpet was finished today along with both bedrooms, one of which happens to be my scraproom. I have always wanted zebra carpet in my scraproom so when Lance flooded the basement...I got it! I did also get enough of the matching  basement carpet for when my scraproom becomes a bedroom again. I'm moving the zebra carpet back upstairs with me when the nursery is no longer needed and it becomes my scraproom again. Woot woot!

Now I need to touch up the painting while everything is out of there then start moving everything back in. I cannot wait until its all functional again. I have the major itch to scrap! I haven't scrapped a stitch since I went to a retreat in Feb with the girls. That is a huge drought for me. I was going to try to hit some crops at my LSS but I can't even find my stuff enough to do that. Plus this pregnancy has kicked my butt!

I had another OB appt today. Baby boy dropped lower but thats about all that is moving towards "go" time. I'll probably have to be induced because he's just too dang comfy in there:/ As long as its not on M's bday then I'm good with it!

I'll post pics of the new carpet and paint job as soon as its done...hopefully tomorrow!

Have a happy Memorial Weekend! 


Shannon said...

I love the idea that you have zebra carpet in your scrap room! That rocks! The only room that I haven't yet painted in our house is my office. I can't decide what I want to do in here. Hubby says it can't be something too crazy. One day I'll decide. Can't wait to see pictures!

Anonymous said...

It seems I need to read (more than every 6th months) what the people close to me are putting on their social networks. My response to "flooding the basement" is short & sweet. Accidents happen. The description in the blog makes it sound as if I put a garden hose in the basement, turned the faucet on, & walked away. I take responsibility for what happened for our sump pump failure because I've been meaning to install a by-pass system & back up pump for a few years.