I stitched up the first part of Lori's SAL at Humble Quilts - I always enjoy the projects that she shares with us because they're usually on the small size and very doable in small steps!
Twenty years ago, hubby & I tore up the linoleum floor in our kitchen and the carpet in our dining room - then we laid down 8" ceramic tiles. The tiles have held up well, but after all this time and three kids, the grout was starting to become very dark and dingy looking. I read great reviews on Amazon about a product specially designed for painting grout, so I picked up a bottle and spent two days last week on my hands and knees - OUCH! I started out using a small foam eye shadow brush, but it was way too tedious so I eventually switched to a small paintbrush. After the paint dries for at least 30 minutes, you spray it with water and simply wipe off the excess that overlapped onto the tiles.
Before and after pictures below show the results of my hard work. I think I like it!
Read a good book titled Girl Underwater.
The rain has let up so today I'm venturing out to run some errands and see the quilt show held in conjunction with the Utah Quilt Guild's Quilt Festival - an annual event that's being held only 10 minutes away from my house this year. I didn't sign up to take any classes, but I always enjoy shopping the vendor's mall and wandering around looking at people and things. I'm bound to run in to a few people I know and that's always fun too!